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ALUMNI  CANTABRIGIENSES 

A  BIOGRAPHICAL  LIST  OF  ALL  KNOWN  STUDENTS,  GRADUATES 

AND  HOLDERS  OF  OFFICE  AT  THE  UNIVERSITY  OF  CAMBRIDGE, 

FROM  THE  EARLIEST  TIMES  TO  1900 

COMPILED  BY 

JOHN  VENN,  Sc.D.,  F.R.S.,  F.S.A., 

PRESIDENT  OF  GONVILLE  AND  CAIUS  COLLEGE 

AND 

J.  A.  VENN,  M.A., 

GILBEY  LECTURER  IN  THE  HISTORY  AND 
ECONOMICS  OF  AGRICULTURE 


PART  I 
FROM  THE  EARLIEST  TIMES  TO  1751 

VOLUME  III 
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PREFACE 

THE  publication  of  this  Volume  has  been  somewhat  delayed  by  the  death  of  my 
father — si  monumentum  requiris,  per  lege — nevertheless,  continuous  progress  has 
been  made,  both  with  it  and  with  the  final  Volume,  for  nothing  would  have  been  further 
from  his  wishes  than  that  any  departure  from  our  previous  standards  should  be 
permitted.  In  this  connection  I  may  perhaps  draw  the  attention  of  readers  to  the 
fact  that,  in  Volume  I  there  were  on  an  average  forty-three  biographies  per  page  and 
in  Volume  II  forty,  whilst  in  the  present  one  these  figures  have  again  been  reduced 
to  thirty-eight,  showing  that  the  work  gains  steadily  in  fullness  as  it  proceeds. 

Before  referring  most  gratefully  to  the  new  helpers  who  have  come  forward  since 
Volume  II  appeared  I  must  express  deep  regret  that,  by  an  unaccountable  oversight, 
the  Rev.  G.  R.  Woodward,  formerly  of  Gonville  and  Caius  College,  but  now  resident 
at  Highgate,  has  in  the  two  previous  Prefaces  failed  to  receive  that  recognition  which 
his  unstinted  labours  on  behalf  of  the  Alumni  deserve.  This  occasion  also  affords  a 
tardy  opportunity  of  acknowledging  the  help  derived  from  the  invaluable  Indexes  to 
Probate  Acts  published  by  Messrs  Matthews. 

The  following  persons  have  ungrudgingly  placed  at  my  disposal  the  results  of 
their  researches  into  the  biographies  of  alumni  occurring  principally  in  this  Volume 
— information  which  in  the  main  has  been  inserted  in  the  text,  but  which  occasionally, 
owing  to  its  fullness,  has  had  to  be  deferred  for  inclusion  in  the  Appendix:  Miss  Helen 
B.  Cam,  Mr  J.  Beresford,  Mr  J.  R.  Glencross,  Mr  I.  E.  Gray,  Mr  F.  B.  Mason, 
Mr  Carew  Hervey  Mildmay,  Mr  W.  M.  Myddelton,  the  Rev.  B.  A.  Marsden,  Mr 
W.  Pierce,  Mr  H.  A.  Roberts,  Mr  W.  L.  Sargant,  Mr  R.  South,  Mr  C.  J.  Stonebridge, 
Mr  Charles  H.  Thompson. 

The  Appendix  has  again  derived  much  benefit  from  the  work  of  numerous  readers 
interested  in  particular  families  or  in  certain  surnames,  those  whose  names  follow 
having  corrected  or  supplemented  statements  appearing  in  the  first  two  Volumes: 
the  Rev.  H.  E.  D.  Blakiston,  D.D.,  President  of  Trinity  College,  Oxford,  Col. 
Charles  E.  Banks,  the  Rev.  R.  Percival  Brown,  the  Rev.  A.  Curtois,  Mr  Edward  B. 
Driflield,  Dr  Henry  C.  Drury,  Mr  T.  E.  Edmondson,  Mr  F.  R.  Gale,  Mr  C.  S.  James, 
Mr  Walter  J.  Kaye,  the  Rev.  J.  R.  Magrath,  D.D.,  Provost  of  Queen's  College, 
Oxford,  Mr  A.  G.  Matthews,  Dr  G.  C.  Peachey,  Mr  Charles  Sayle,  Mr  W.  F.  C. 
Suter,  Mr  J.  B.  Whitmore,  the  Rev.  R.  J.  Wood. 

Finally,  may  I  take  this  opportunity  to  express  once  more  my  deep  sense  of 
gratitude  to  those  numerous  helpers  already  referred  to  in  past  Volumes  for  the 
continuation  of  their  support  and  encouragement,  and  also  to  remind  all  into  whose 
hands  the  work  may  fall  that  corrections  and  additions  for  inclusion  in  Volume  IV 
will  be  welcomed  during  the  ensuing  year? 

J.  A.  VENN 

Cambridge, 
March,  1924 


ALUMNI   CANTABRIGIENSES 


FROM  THE  EARLIEST  TIMES  TO    1 75 1 


Kaile,  Henry 

KAILE  or  KALE,  HENRY.  FeUow  of  Corpus  Christi  in  1400. 

Benefactor  to  the  College.   (Lamb-Masters.) 
KAYLL  or  KEALE,  JOHN.    Studied  at  Cambridge.    B.Can.L. 

(Oxford)   1513.    Preb.  of  Southwell,   1533-7-    Preb.  of  St 

Paul's,  1536-7.   Died  c.  i537-   {Al  Oxon.) 
KAILL  or  KEILL,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter, 

1584;  B.A.  1587-8;  M.A.  1591.   Fellow,  1592-97.   Probably 

brother  of  Thomas  (1584). 
KEALE,  ROBERT.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  29,  1627.    Of 

Lincolnshire.   Doubtless  s.  of  Robert  (above).   Matric.  1628; 

Scholar,  1630;  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634.   Will  of  one  of  these 

names  (Lincoln)  1652;  of  Moreby,  Linos. 
KEEL,  THOMAS.  Scholar  (age  16)  of  Clare,  1514-  OfWrawby, 

Lines.   B.A.  1516-7;  M.A.  1520. 
KAILE  or  KEILL,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter, 

1584;  B.A.  1587-8;  M.A.  1591.    R.  of  Gawsworth,  Cheshire, 

1596-7.   Received  a  testimonial  from  the  College  of  his  'apt- 
ness for  place  of  good  ministry,'  July  15,  i594-   Died  1597- 

(A.  Gray;  Harl.  MS.,  7038.) 
KAKERAM,  RICHARD,  see  COCKERHAM. 

KALEGREW, .  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1546. 

KAMBTON, .   B.A.  1469-70. 

KARLYLL,  CHRISTOPHER,  see  CARLISLE. 

KARSLAKE,  see  CASSELAKE. 

KATLYN,  see  CATLIN. 

KATSTREY,  see  CATSTREY. 

KAY,  see  KEY. 

KEAKE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1590. 

KEANE,  see  KEENE. 

KEARNEY,  JOHN,  see  CARNEY. 

KEARSLEY,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Feb.  17,  1721-2. 
S.  of  James,  clerk,  deceased.  B.  at  Speldhurst,  Kent.  Ex- 
hibitioner from  Tonbridge  School.  Matric.  1722;  B.A.  1725-6. 
R.  of  Speldhurst,  1729-68.  The  patronage  was  in  the  family. 
Died  Apr.  1768.   {Hasted,  i.  437;  G.  Mag.) 

KEARSLY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  18, 
1672.  Of  Yorkshire.  School,  Guisborough.  Matric.  1672; 
B.A.  1675-6.  Ord.  deacon  (Durham)  Sept.  24,  1676.  V.  of 
Greatham,  Durham,  1678-1722.   Died  1730. 

KEARTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  June  19, 
1622.  S.  of  Christopher,  gent.  B.  at  Hipswell,  Yorks.  School, 
Richmond,  Yorks.  Matric.  1622;  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Mar.  1627-8. 

KEARY,  LOUIS.  Scholar  and  Fellow  of  King's  Hall,  1472-86. 
A  doctor  before  1482-3,  when  he  was  excused  from  Congrega- 
tions. 

KEARY  or  KYRRE,  THOMAS,  see  KERRY. 

KEAT,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  Emmanuel,  1730.  S.  of  Thomas, 
of  Chardstock,  Dorset.  Matric.  from  BaUiol  College,  Oxford, 
Mar.  29,  1709,  age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1712-3-  R-  of  Pitney 
Lortie,  Somerset,  1721.  R.  of  Ashington,  1729-  R-  of  King 
Weston,  1730.    (Al.  Oxon.) 

KEATE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  June  25, 
1698.  S.  of  James,  V.  of  Chardstock,  Dorset.  B.  there. 
School,  Chard.  Matric.  1698;  Scholar,  1698;  B.A.  1701-2. 
The  V.  of  Kimpton,  Herts.,  1725-57,  and  R.  of  Digswell, 
1729-57,  was  another  man.   (Peile,  11.  143.) 

KEBLE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  II,  1521.  Of  Everdon,  Northants.  B.A.  1525-6; 
M.A.  1530.  Fellow,  1524-6.  V.  of  Alverdiston,  Wilts.,  1525- 
38.  Preb.  of  Westminster,  1547-54-  Preb.  of  Salisbury, 
1550-4.  Possibly  also  R.  of  Upminster,  Essex,  1537;  de- 
prived, 1554. 

KEBYLL,  HUGH.  B.A.  1526-7.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1529. 
The  grace  for  M.A.  1530,  has  been  erased.  He  seems  to  have 
remained  B..A.   (T.  A.  Walker.) 

KEBLE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1641.  One  of  these  names,  s.  of  Richard  (?  1602),  adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  15,  1638-9.  Called  to  the  Bar,  1648. 

V.A.C.  III. 


Keckwith,  John 

KEBLE,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Apr.  17,  1646. 

S.  of  James,  Esq.,  of  Halesworth,  Suffolk.  B.  there.  School, 

Moulton,  Norfolk  (Mr  Lancetter).   Matric.  1646,  as  'Kelke.' 

Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  28,  1647.    Of  Halesworth,  gent. 

Died  unmarried,  1652.    Will  proved.  May,  1653.    (Venn,  i. 

362.) 

KEABLE,  NATHANIEL.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Mar. 

21,1620-1.  S.  of  Stephen,  gent.,  of  Bacton,Sufiolk.  B.  there. 

Of  Greeting,  gent.  An  attorney.  Will  proved  (Norwich)  1662. 

(Suffolk  Man.  Fam.,  11.  280.) 

KEABLE,  RALPH.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1606. 

KEABLE,   RICHARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 

Easter,  1602.    Of  Sufiolk.    5th  s.  of  GUes,  of  Old  Newton, 

Suffolk.   B.A.  1605-6.   Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  10,  1609. 

Barrister,  Aug.  14,  1614.  Reader,  1638.  Parliamentary  Chief 

Justice  in  North  Wales,  1647-  Serjeant,  1648.  Commissioner 

of  the  Great  Seal,   1649-54.    Married  Mary,  dau.  of  John 

Sicklemore  of  Sicklemore  Hall,  near  Ipswich.  Date  of  death 

unknown.    M.I.  in  Tuddenham  Church.   Brother  of  William 

(1596).    (D.N.B.;  Suffolk  Man.  Fam.,  11.  279.) 

KEBLE,  RICHARD.    Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Nov.  20,  1730. 

Of  Gloucestershire.    (Perhaps  s.  of  Francis,  of  Lechlade, 

Gloucs.   Colleger  at  Eton,  1722-30.   Matric.  from  Magdalen 

College,  Oxford,  Jan.  10,  1727-8,  age  18.)  Matric.  1730;  B.A. 

1734-5;  M.A.  1738;  B.D.  1747-  Fellow,  1735-  R-  of  Newton 

Toney,  Wilts.,  1772-5.  Died  Apr.  10,  1775-   (G-  Mag-) 

KEBBELL,  ROBERT.  Adm.  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Mar.  20,  1562-3. 

Of  Stowmarket.    S.  of  Henry.   School,  Bury.    Resident  in 

1564. 

KEBLE,  ROBERT.   Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  July  2,  1635. 

Of  Suffolk. 
KEBLE,  ROGER.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  July  5, 
1679.  3rd  s.  of  John,  of  Stowmarket,  Suffolk,  gent.  B.  there. 
Matric.  1679;  B.A.   1683-4.    Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)   May, 
1684.    Brother  of  Thomas  (1675).    (Suffolk  Man.  Fam.,  11. 
277.) 
KEBLE,  SAMUEL.   Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1641. 
Of  Sufiolk.  B.A.  1644-5.  Ord.  priest  by  Bishop  of  Galloway. 
R.  of  Ashingdon,  Essex,   1650-4.    R-  of  South  Shoebury, 
1654-72.    Died  1672.    Admon.  (Cons.  C.  London)  June  4, 
1672. 
KEBLE,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity  Hall,  1637-    Of 
Suffolk.    Migrated  to  Queens',  Lent,  1638-9.   B.A.  1640-1; 
M.A.  1644.   Licensed  to  practise  medicine  from  Caius,  1651. 
See  the  next. 
KEBLE,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1641. 
Of  Suffolk.   (Perhaps  the  above.)   One  of  these  names,  s.  and 
h.  of  Thomas,  of  Newton,  Sufiolk,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug. 
14,  1641. 
KEBLE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  June  ir, 
1647.  S.of  Richard,  Esq.,  of  St  Margaret's,  Ipswich.  B.  there. 
Matric.  1647;  B.A.  1650.  Perhaps  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  6, 
1647;  's.  of  Richard,  reader  of  Gray's  Inn.' 
KEBLE,  THOMAS.   M.A.  1675  (.Lit-  Reg.). 
KEEBLE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Pembroke,  Apr.  29, 
1675.    S.  of  John,  of  Stowmarket,  Suffolk,  gent.    Matric. 
1677-8;  B.A.  1678-9;  M.A.  1682.    Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
June,  1680;  priest,  Dec.  1682.   R.  of  Combes,  Sufiolk,  1682. 
Will  proved  (Sudbury  Arch.)  1686.  Brother  of  Roger  (1679). 
(Suffolk  Man.  Fam.,  11.  277.) 
KEEBLE,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  c. 
1596.    3rd  s.  of  Giles,  of  Old  Newton,  Suffolk.   B.A.  1599- 
1600;  M.A.  1603;  B.D.  1611.  Fellow,  1604-13.  Ord.  deacon 
and  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  21,  1606,  age  26.  R.  of  Ringshall; 
Suffolk,  1613;  ejected,  1645.    There  in  1650.    Will  proved 
(P.C.C.)   1659.    Brother  of  Richard  (1602).    (Suffolk  Man. 
Fam.,  11.  279.) 

KEBYLL, .  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1504-8. 

KECHMER,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1567- 
KECK,  ANTHONY  (i730-i)>  «««  JAMES. 
KECKWITH,  see  also  KEKEWICH. 

KECKWITH,  JOHN.   Matric.  Fell. -Com.  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1611. 


Kedington,  Ambrose 

KEDALL,  BRYAN,  see  KIDDALL. 

KEDINGTON,  AMBROSE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse, 
May  3,  1694.  Only  s.  of  Ambrose,  of  Acton,  Suffolk.  B. 
there,  Jan.  1677-8.  School,  Bury.  Married  Judith,  dau.  of 
Ambrose  Brinkley,  of  Lawshall.   Father  of  Roger  (1729)- 

KEDINGTON,  GILES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Caius,  Sept.  10,  1657.  S. 
of  Robert  (1634-5),  gent.,  of  Rushford,  Norfolk.  Bapt.  there, 
Nov.  8,  1642.  Schools,  Buckenham,  Suffolk  (Mr  Rouse)  and 
Bury  (Mr  Stephens).  Matric.  1657.  Of  Gt  Hockham,  Norfolk, 
gent.  Buried  there  Oct.  5,  1678.  Half-brother  of  Henry 
(1672).    (Venn,  i.  399.) 

KEDINGTON,  HENRY.  Adm.  (age  14)  at  Caius,  July  5,  1564- 
Of  Reed,  Suffolk.  S.  of  Henry.  Schools,  Bury  St  Edmunds 
and  Glemsford.  One  of  these  names  ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Mar.  31,  1574.  R.  of  Bergh  Apton,  Norfolk,  1582-1606.  Died 
1606.   (l^enn,  i.  54.) 

KEDINGTON,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Oct.  5, 
1672.  S.  of  Robert  (1634-5),  gent.,  deceased,  of  Rushford, 
Norfolk.  Bapt.  there.  Mar.  14,  1655-6.  Schools,  Thetford 
(Mr  Keen)  and  Seaming  (Mr  Burton).  Matric.  1672-3; 
Scholar,  1674.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  10,  1674-  Called  to 
the  Bar,  1684.  Of  Hockham,  Esq.  Died  Mar.  21,  1703-4- 
Buried  at  Wilby.  Half-brother  of  Giles  (1657).  (I^enn,  i.  447.) 

KEDINGTON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Mar.  20, 
1634-5-  S.  of  Giles.  B.  at  Tivetshall,  Norfolk.  School, 
Botesdale,  Suffolk.  Matric.  1635.  Of  Gt  Hockham,  Norfolk, 
Esq.  Married  Philippa,  dau.  of  Basqueville  Bacon,  Esq. 
Died  Mar.  28,  1667.  M.I.  at  Hockham.  Father  of  Giles  (1657) 
and  Henry  (1672).   (Venn,  i;  Le  Neve,  Afon.,  in.  69.) 

KEDDINGTON,  ROGER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  July  9,  1716. 
S.  of  Robert.  B.  at  Stansfield,  Suffolk.  School,  Bury  (Mr 
Randall  and  Mr  Kinsman).  Scholar,  1717-9-  (Peile,  u.  igo.) 

KEDINGTON,  ROGER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  June  30, 
1729.  S.  of  Ambrose  (1694),  of  Acton,  Suffolk.  B.  there. 
School,  Bury  (Mr  Kinsman).  Matric.  1729-30;  Scholar,  1729- 
36;  B.A.  1733;  M.A.  1737;  D.D.  1749.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1735-  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  10,  1733-4;  priest,  Mar. 
21,  1735-6.  V.  of  Fordham,  Cambs.,  1738-42.  R.  and  patron 
of  Kedington,  Suffolk,  1750-60.  Author,  religious  works. 
Died  Mar.  25,  1760.  Will  (Archd.  Sudbury)  1764.  (D.N.B.; 
Venn,  11.  30;  Davy  MSS.,  19138,  18.) 

KEDGWIN,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sr  Catharine's,  1630;  B..\. 

1634-5- 
KEDGWIN,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  24, 

1594.  Matric.  1594;  B.A.  1597-8. 
KEEL,  THOMAS,  see  KAILL. 

KELINGE,  ANTELMINELLI.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peter- 
house,  May  22,  1689.  Of  Bedfordshire.  S.  of  Sir  John, 
Serjeant-at-law,  and  Philippa,  dau.  of  Signer  Antelminelli, 
resident  for  the  Duke  of  Tuscany.  School,  Eton.  Colleger, 
1686-8.  Matric.  1689;  Scholar,  1689;  B..\.  1692-3.  Ord. 
priest  (London)  Feb.  17,  1694-5.  R.  of  Campton  and  Shef- 
ford,  Beds.,  1702-26.  Died  1726.  Perhaps  brother  of  John 
(1679). 

KEELING,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  19,  1648. 
Of  Warwickshire.  B.  at  Coventry,  1632.  Matric.  1648,  as 
Keely;  B.A.  1651-2.  'Ordained'  at  Whitchurch.  Chaplain 
to  Sir  Thomas  Wilbraham.  Minister  at  Cockshutt,  Salop; 
ejected,  1662.  Died  at  Kingston-on-Thames,  Apr.  14,  1690. 
(Calamy,  11.  324.) 

KEELING,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1623. 
Probably  s.  of  John,  barrister.  If  so,  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
Jan.  22,  1623-4.  Barrister,  1632.  Serjeant-at-law,  1660. 
Knighted, Mar. 25, 1660-1.  M.P.for Bedford,  1660-1.  Puisne 
judge  of  the  King's  Bench,  1663.  Chief  Justice,  1665.  Died 
May  10,  1671.   (D.N.B.) 

KELYNGE,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Clare,  Dec.  20,  1679. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Sir  John,  Serjeant-at-law  and  grandson  of  Sir 
John,  Chief  Justice  K.B.  Bapt.  at  Southill,  Beds.,  Feb.  15, 
1662-3.  M.A.  1682  (Com.  Reg.).  Of  SouthiU,  Beds.,  Esq. 
One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  15,  1672. 
(Jewitt's  Reliq.  xxiv.  47.) 

KEELING,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Emmanuel,  Apr. 
29,  1748.  Of  Uttoxeter,  Staffs.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.  School, 
Dilhorne.  Matric.  1748;  B.A.  1752.  Thomas  Keeling,  of 
Uttoxeter,  clerk,  was  living  c.  1780. 

KEELING, .  Adm.  sizar  at  Pembroke,  June  29,  1662. 

KEELIR,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1622. 
One  of  these  names  ord.  priest  (St  David's)  Dec.  20,  1635. 
P.C.  of  Pleshy,  Essex,  1646-50-.  C.  of  White  Roding  in  1664. 
(H.  Smith.) 

KEENE,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  25, 
1587.  S.  of  Revell  (?  Raphael),  V.  of  Brent  Pelham,  Herts. 
B.   there.    School,   Hormead,   Herts.    (Mr   Robert   Reve). 


Keightley,  Thomas 

Matric.  1587;  Scholar,  1592-6;  B.A.  1592-3;  M.A.  from  St 
Catharine's,  1596.  Licensed  to  teach  grammar  at  Whittles- 
ford,  Cambs.,  1596.  C.  there  then  and  in  1605.  C.  of  Graveley, 
1614-45.   Buried  there  June  27,  1645.   (Venn,  I.  129.) 

KEENE,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  July 
30,  1681.  S.  of  Benjamin,  of  Lynn,  Norfolk,  gent.  Matric. 
1682;  B.A.  1685-6.   Fellow,  1687-9.   Died  1689. 

KEENE,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  Apr. 
8,  1713.  S.  of  Charles,  mercer,  of  Lyim,  Norfolk.  School, 
Lynn.  Matric.  1713;  LL.B.  1718.  Agent  for  the  South  Sea 
Company  and  Consul  at  ^Madrid,  1724-7.  Minister  pleni- 
potentiary at  Madrid,  1727-39  and  1748-57-  Negotiated  the 
treaty  of  Seville,  1729  and  the  Commercial  treaty  of  1750. 
M.P.  for  Maldon,  Essex,  1740-1;  for  West  Looe,  Cornwall, 
1741-7.  Member  of  the  Board  of  Trade,  1742-4.  F.R.S., 
1745.  Envoy  extraordinary  to  Portugal,  1746-8.  Nominated 
K.B.,  1754.  Invested,  Sept.  23,  by  the  King  of  Spain.  Died 
at  Madrid,  Dec.  15,  1757.  Buried  in  St  Nicholas,  Lynn.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1758.  Brotherof  Edmund  (1730).   (D.N.B.) 

KEENE,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Caius,  Feb.  4,  1651-2. 
Eldest  s.  of  Charles,  Lord  of  the  Manor  of  Filby,  Norfolk. 
School,  Norwich  (Mr  Lovering).  Matric  1652;  Scholar, 
1652-5.  Readm.  as  Fell.-Com.  Oct.  24,  1655.  By  his  father's 
will  (1646)  he  inherited  lands  at  Runham.   (Venn,  i.  383.) 

KEEN,  DANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Jesus,  Jan.  9,  1673-4. 

Of  Hertfordshire.    Matric.   1674;  B.A.   1677-8;  M.A.   1681. 

Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1679;  priest,  Sept.  1682.   Usher  at 

Leeds  Grammar  School,  1678-84.  Usher  at  Wigston's  School, 

Leicester,  1684-9.    (A.  Gray;  M.  H.  Peacock). 
KEENE,  EDMUND.    Matric.  pens,  (age  16)  from  Pembroke, 

Easter,  1636.    Of  Ipswich.    S.  of  Edmund.    B.A.  1639-40; 

M.A.  1643.    Fellow,  1636;  ejected,  1644;  restored,  1660-6. 

V.ofFulham,  1661-6.  R.  of  Hardwick,  Cambs.  R.  of  Newton, 

Isle  of  Ely,  1669. 

KEENE,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  July  2, 1730- 

S.  of  Charles,  mercer,  of  Lynn.  B.  there.  Schools,  Lynn 
(Mr  Home)  and  Charterhouse.  Matric.  173°;  Scholar,  1730-4; 
B.A.  1733-4;  M.A.  1737;  D.D.  from  Peterhouse,  1749-  Fellow 
of  Caius,  1736-9.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1739.  Master,  1748- 
54.  Vice-ChanceUor,  1749-51.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  July 
18,  1736.  Preacher  at  Whitehall,  1738.  R.  of  Stanhope, 
Durham,  1740-71.  Bishop  of  Chester,  1752-71 ;  of  Ely,  1771- 
81.  Married,  May,  1753,  May,  dau.  of  Lancelot  Andrews,  of 
Edmonton.  Author,  Sermons.  Died  at  Ely  House,  London, 
Jvdy  6,  1781.  Buried  in  Ely  Cathedral.  M.I.  there.  He  was 
master  of  Peterhouse  during  Thomas  Gray's  residence,  who 
has  some  not  flattering  remarks  about  him.  Brother  of 
Benjamin  (1713).  (Venn,  11.  33;  D.N.B.) 
KEEN,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Mar.  15,  1670-1.  Of 
Suffolk.  S.  of  Edward,  of  Ipswich,  gent.;  age  8  in  1664. 
Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1674-5;  Scholar,  1675;  M..-\.  1678.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Apr.  1679.  R.  of  Iken  and  Framlingham, 
Suffolk,  1679.   R.  of  Rendlesham,  1679.   (Vis.  of  Suffolk.) 

KEENE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18,  sic)  at  St  John's, 
Oct.  20,  1682.  S.  of  Daniel,  hostler,  deceased.  B.  at  St 
Albans,  Herts.,  Nov.  26,  1661.  School,  Charterhouse, 
London.   Matric.  1683.   (J.  Ch.  South.) 

KEANE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1580. 

KEENE,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Emmanuel,  c.  1615;  B.A.  1618-9. 

KEEN,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  (age  16)  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1634.  Of  Ipswich.  S.  of  Edmund.  B..^.  1637-8;  M.A.  1641. 
Fellow,  1633;  ejected,  1644;  restored,  1660-4. 

KENE,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 

1580. 
KEENE,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  not  recorded;  M.A.  from  Emmanuel, 

1638.   Perhaps  R.  of  Burlingham  St  Edmund  and  St  Peter, 

Norfolk,  1639. 
KEENE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  May  20, 

1715.  S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  Roche,  Comwall.  Matric.  1715; 

B.A.  1718-9. 

KEENE, .   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1582. 

KEEPIS,  MICHAEL.    Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  June  23, 

1621.    S.  of  Richard,  citizen  of  Nor%vich.    School,  Norwich 

(Mr  Bridges).    Matric.  1622.    .A.dm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  20, 

1623.  Called  to  the  Bar,  May  27,  1636.  Ancient,  1645. 
KEGYLL  or  KECHILL, .   D.Can.L.  1468-9.   (Perhaps  grace 

repeated,  1479-80.) 
KEIGHTLEY,  THOMAS.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  14)  at  Peter- 
house, July  12, 1636.  2nds.ofThomas,  merchant  of  London. 

Matric.  1637.    Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  19,  1641. 

Married    Katherine   KnoUys,    Brother  of  William   (1636). 

(Walker,  57.) 


Keightly,  Thomas 

KEIGHLY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i7)  at  Peterhouse,  Mar. 
24,  1732-3;  pens.  Nov.  12,  i734-  Of  Middlesex.  School,  St 
PaiU's.  Scholar,  1733;  Matric.  i734;  B.A.  1736-7;  M.A.  1751. 
V.  of  Low  Leyton,  Essex,  1754-97-  F.S.A.,  1769.  Died  i797. 
Will,  P.C.C. 

KEIGHTLY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Peter- 
house,  July  12,  1636.  1st  s.  of  Thomas,  High  Sheriff  of 
Herts.,  1651.  Matric.  1637.  Of  The  Park,  Hertingfordbury, 
Herts.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1636).  {Vis.  of  London,  1634; 
r.  A.  Walker,  57;  Clutterbuck,  11.  202.) 

KEIGWIN,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  July  22, 
1691.  S.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Moushole,  Mounts  Bay,  Cornwall, 
Esq.  (for  whom  see  D.N.B.).  Matric.  1692.  Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  Jan.  8,  1691-2.  Of  Moushole,  ComwaU. 
Married  Julian,  dau.  of  George  Musgrave,  of  Nettlecombe, 
Somerset.   Died  at  Bath,  July  12,  1710. 

KEIL,  see  also  KALE. 

KEIL,  JAMES.  M.D.  1705  {Com.  Reg.).  B.  in  ScoUand,  Mar.  27, 
1673.  Studied  abroad.  Lectured  on  anatomy  at  Oxford  and 
Cambridge.  F.R.S.,  1712.  Practised  at  Northampton. 
Author,  physiological.  Died  July  16,  1719,  aged  46.  Buried 
in  St  Giles'  Church,  Northampton.  M.I.  Will,  P.C.C.  Brother 
of  John,  the  mathematician,  for  whom  see  D.N. B.  (Martin's 
Biog.,  460;  D.N.B.) 

KEISTON  or  KESHAN,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peter- 
house,  July  15,  1583.   Matric.  1583. 

KEITH,  Sir  ANDREW.   M.A.  1620. 

KEKEWICH,  see  also  KECKWITH. 

KEKEWICH,  JOHN.  B.A.  1529-30;  M.A.  1533.  FeUow  of  St 
John's,  1530. 

KELCHY,  NICHOLAS.   B.Can.L.  1474-5-   Rector. 

KELD,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Christ's,  May 
31,  1639.  S.  of  Christopher.  B.  at  Newby,  Scarborough, 
Yorks.   School,  Beverley  (Mr  Pomeroy).   Matric.  1639. 

KELESEY,  JOHN  DE.  One  of  the  original  'King's  scholars'  at 
Cambridge,  Sept.  10,  1317.   {Trin.  Coll.  Admissions,  I.  83.) 

KELEYE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Clare,  Easter, 
1553- 

KELHAM,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  19, 
1671.  S.  of  John  (?  1631),  clerk,  of  Langham,  Rutland.  B. 
there.  School,  Oakham  (Mr  Love).  Matric.  1671;  B.A. 
1674-5.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  19,  1675;  priest  (Lin- 
coln) Dec.  21,  1679.  V.  of  Skillington,  Lines.,  1679-1728. 
R.  of  Saxby,  Leics.,  1691-1728.  Buried  at  Skillington,  Lines., 
1728.   {Nichols,  11.  312;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

KELHAM,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1492. 
Probably  M.A.  1497-8.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Dec.  17,  1496. 
Probably  V.  of  Prittlewell,  Essex,  1495.  V.  of  Shopland, 
1499-1516.   Died  1516.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KELLAM,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1589. 

KELHAM  or  KELLAM,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr. 
12,  1631.  Of  Lincohishire.  Matric.  1631;  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A. 
(Oxford)  1637;  B.D.  (Oxford)  1642.  Fellow  of  Lincohi  College, 
1637.  ProbablyV.of  Langham,  Rutland ;  of  Stonesby,  Leics.; 
and  father  of  Francis  (1671). 

KELHAM,  JOHN.  Elected  scholar  from  Eton,  at  King's,  1732, 
but  not  admitted,  as  being  over  age.  S.  of  Robert  (1696),  of 
Billingborough,  Lines.  B.  Dec.  25,  1710.  Went  to  Oxford. 
Matric.  from  Exeter  College,  Jan.  15,  1732-3,  age  22;  B.A. 
(Christ  Church)  1736.  Died  Dec.  20,  1736.  Buried  at  St 
Michael  Royal,  London.   {Al.  Oxon.;  Burke,  L.G.) 

KELHAM,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  10, 
1668-9.  Of  Lincolnshire.  2nd  s.  of  Robert,  of  Gt  Gonerby, 
Lines.  Matric.  1669;  B.A.  1672-3.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
May  25,  1673;  C.  of  Aslackby,  Lines.;  priest,  Sept.  20,  1674. 
R.  of  Coningsby,  Lines.,  1684-1720.  Died  1719-20.  Father 
of  Richard  (1710).   (Burke,  L.G.) 

KELLAM,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  May  29, 
1677.  S.  of  Richard.  B.  at  Doncaster,  Yorks.  Taught  by 
Mr  John  Cotterell.  Scholar,  1679;  Matric.  1680;  B.A.  1680-1. 

KELHAM,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  27, 
1710.  S.  of  Richard  (1668-9),  R-  of  Coningsby,  Lines.  Matric. 
1712;  B.A.  1714-5;  M.A.  1718.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Jxme 
12,  1715;  priest.  May  28,  1716.  V.  of  Wood  Enderby,  Lines., 
1715.   R.  of  Lusby,  1717-20.   R.  of  Coningsby,  1720. 

KELHAM,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  3,  1696. 
S.  of  Thomas,  of  Gt  Gonerby,  Lines.  B.  Jan.  28,  1676-7. 
Matric.  1696;  B..A.  1699-1700.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincobi)  May 
26,  1700;  priest.  May  31,  1702.  V.  of  Billingborough,  Lines., 
1702.  V.  of  Threcklngham  and  Walcot.  Died  Apr.  23,  1752, 
aged  76.  Father  of  John  (1732).  (Burke,  L.G. ;  G.  Mflg.) 

KELLAM,  THOMAS,  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1582. 


Kelling,  William 

KELLAM,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1579;  B.A.  1582-3.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  July  13, 
1589.  V.  of  Milton,  Cambs.,  tiU  1620.  Buried  there  Oct.  19, 
1620. 

KELKE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Nov.  15, 
1637.  S.  of  Edward,  Esq.  B.  at  Sandwich,  Kent.  Schools, 
Sandwich  (Mr  Cholfine)  and  Tilmanstone(MrColeby).  Migrated 
to  Emmanuel,  1639.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  2,  1639. 
Called  to  the  Bar,  Feb.  11,  1650-1. 

KELKE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  M.\gdalene,  Easter,  1625; 
B.A.  1628-9;  M.A.  1632;  B.D.  1639.   FeUow. 

KELKE,  NATHANIEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1575. 

KELKE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  i6ix. 
Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Robert,  of  Bametby,  Lines.,  Esq.;  adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  July  6,  1614.  Buried  at  Bametby,  Aug.  21, 
1630.   {Lines.  Pedigrees,  556.) 

KELKE,  ROGER.  B.A.  1543-4.  S.  of  Christopher,  of  Bametby, 
Lines.  M.A.  1547;  B.D.  1560;  D.D.  1563-4-  Fellow  of  St 
John's,  1545.  Retired  to  Zurich  under  Queen  Mary.  Lady 
Margaret  preacher,  1559,  1563.  Master  of  Magdalene,  1559- 
76.  Vice-Chancellor,  1567,  1571-2.  Ord.  priest  (London) 
Jan.  13,  1559-60,  age  36.  Preacher  at  Ipswich,  1560-76. 
Archdeacon  of  Stow,  1563-76.  R.  of  Sproughton,  Sufiolk, 
1568-81.  R.  of  Teversham,  Cambs.,  1572.  Died  Jan.  6, 
1575-6.  Buried  in  Gt  St  Mary's,  Cambridge.  Will  (V.C.C. 
and  P.C.C.)  1576.  His  widow  was  residing  in  St  Margaret's 
parish,  Ipswich,  1580.  {Cooper,  1.  341;  D.N.B.;  Lines. 
Pedigrees,  557.) 

KELKE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1575. 

KELL,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1636. 
Matric.  1636;  B.A.  1639. 

KELLER,  FREDERICK.  (No  record  of  admission  or  matricula- 
tion found.)  B.A.  from  Emmanuel,  1714-5;  M.A.  1718.  R. 
of  Eyke,  Suffolk,  1698.  Perhaps  V.  of  Benhall,  1702.  Died 
before  1732.  Father  of  the  next. 

KELLER,  FREDERICK.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Sept.  21,  1732. 
Of  BenhaU,  Suffolk.  S.  of  Frederick  (above).  Exhibitioner 
from  Bury  School.  Rustat  Scholar,  1732;  Matric.  i735;  B.A. 
1736-7;  M.A.  1740.  Fellow,  1737-55-  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Dec.  24,  1738;  priest  (Norwich)  Feb.  1740-1.  V.  of  Whittles- 
ford,  Cambs.,  1746-8.  V.  of  Hundon,  Suffolk,  1750-4-  V.  of 
St  Peter's,  St  Albans,  1754-63.  R.  of  King's  Langley,  1754- 
85.  R.  of  Kelshall,  1763-85.  Author.  Died  at  Bamwell, 
Cambridge,  Aug.  29,  1785,  aged  68.  Will,  P.C.C.  Benefactor 
to  Jesus  College.   (A.  Gray;  G.  Mag.) 

KELLET,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  5, 
1610.  S.  of  Richard  (1573),  V.  of  Carlton-le-Moorland,  Lines. 
School,  Lincoln  (Mr  Houghton).  Matric.  1610;  Scholar, 
1611-2.  Probably  of  Boston,  Lines.;  will  proved,  1681. 
{Venn,  i.  207.) 

KELLETT,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  15)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  25,  1598.  Of  London.  Matric.  1598;  B.A.  1602-3; 
M.A.  1606;  B.D.  1613;  D.D.  1621.  Fellow,  1601-8.  Incorp. 
at  Oxford,  1617  and  1621.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  20; 
priest,  Dec.  21,  1606,  age  26.  R.  of  West  Bagborough, 
Somerset,  1608.  R.  of  Crocombe,  1615,  ejected.  Preb.  of 
Exeter,  1630.  A  friend  of  John  Selden.  Author,  Seroions,  etc. 
Died  1641.  WiU  proved  (P.C.C.)  May  29,  1641.  {Al.  Oxon.; 
D.N.B.;  Harwood.) 

KELLET,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1606. 
Of  London.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  3,  1608;  'of  St 
Sepulchre's,  gent.'  One  of  these  names  died  Sept.  17,  1635. 
Buried  at  Berkhampstead  St  Peter,  Herts.  M.I.  {Clutterbuck, 
I.  301.) 

KELLET,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  26,  1644. 
S.  of  John,  merchant,  of  Boston,  Lines.  Schools,  Nottingham 
(Mr  Leake)  and  Merchant  Taylors',  London.  Matric.  1644; 
Scholar,  1644-7;  B.A.  1647-8.  Ordained  (presbyterian) 
minister  of  Hawton,  Notts.,  Nov.  22,  1648.  Probably 
ordained  episcopaUy  later;  and  author  of  A  Faitkfull  Dis- 
covery, a  tract  against  the  Quakers,  1653.   {Venn,  1.  352.) 

KELLET,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1573; 
B.A.  1576-7;  M..\.  1581.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  29, 
1579;  priest,  Sept.  22,  1580.  V.  of  Carlton-le-Moorland, 
1579-1610.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1592-1610.  Will  proved 
(Lincoln)  1610.  Father  of  Anthony  (1610). 

KELLET  or  KILLET,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity, 
Feb.  21,  1725-6.  S.  of  Samuel,  of  Gorleston,  Norfolk.  School, 
Norwich  (Mr  Reddington).  Matric.  1726;  LI,.B.  1731-  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  24,  1732;  priest,  Dec.  24,  1732.  R.  of 
Bradwell,  Suffolk,  1733-67-  R-  of  Lound,  1733-67-  Died 
Oct.  6,  1767. 

KEYLETT  or  KELLET, .  B.Can.L.  1504-5- 

KELLING  or  KELYN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June 
29,  1637.  Matric.  1637.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  St  Peter, 
Southgate,  Nonvich,  1673.  R.  of  All  Saints',  1680-3.  Died 
1685- 

I 2 


Kellington,  Richard 

KELLINGTON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's, 
Feb.  26,  1637-8.  S.  of  Richard,  tailor,  of  Beverley.  B.  there. 
School,  Beverley  (Mr  Pomeroy).  B.A.  1641-2. 
KELLOW,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  King's,  1718.  S.  of  Thomas, 
of  Orcheston  St  George,  Wilts.,  gent.  Matric.  from  Trinity 
College,  O.Kford,  Feb.  7,  1710-1,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1714. 
Ord.  deacon  (Salisbury)  Dec.  19,  1714;  priest  (Rochester) 
June  16,  1717.  R.  of  Langton  Matravers,  Dorset,  1720-37. 
Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Essex.  V.  of  East  Morden,  1721-37- 
Died  Sept.  i,  1737.  M.I.  at  East  Morden.  Admon.  (P.C.C.) 
Sept.  1737.  {Al.  Oxon.;  Hutchins,  iii.  512.) 
KELLOW,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1741-  Incorp.  from  Oxford;  but 
not  found  in  Al.  Oxon.  Doubtless  R.  of  Codford  St  Peter, 
Wilts.;  died  1762.  Father  of  William  (i740- 
KELLOW,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1741.  (Perhaps  adm.  as 'William.')  B.A.  i744-  Ord.  deacon 
(Salisbury)  Sept.  21,  1746;  priest,  June  15,  1750.  Probably 
chaplain  in  the  Navy,  1748.  V.  of  Berwick  St  James,  Wilts., 
1757-62.  R.  of  Codford  St  Peter,  1762-77.  Died  1777.  Will 
(PiC.C.)  1777.  {Scott-Mayor,  in.  521.) 
KELLOW,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June 
30,  1741.  S.  of  Thomas,  clerk,  of  Wiltshire.  (Oxonian;  R.  of 
Codford  St  Peter;  died  1762.)  B.  at  Codford.  School,  Salis- 
bury (Mr  Thomas).  (Perhaps  mistake  for  Thomas;  see  above; 
if  not,  he  may  have  been  a  brother,  who  did  not  graduate.) 
KELLY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  1700.  S.  of  Robert, 

of  Ireland. 
KELLY,  JOHN  (JOHN  BAPTIST).  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  7, 
1731.    S.  of  John.    B.  at  Kilkenny,  Ireland.    Matric.  1731; 
B.A.  1734-5;  M.A.  1738.    Fellow  of  Jesus,  1742-75.    Adm. 
attheMiddleTemple,  Mays,  1737-  Barrister,  1741.  Migrated 
to  Lincoln's   Inn,  1744.    Died  s.p.  1775;  'to  be  buried  in 
Savoy  Churchyard.'   (A.  Gray.) 
KELLY,  MALACHI.   Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Lent,  1583-4-  Of 
Ireland.  Ahready  matric.  at  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  Nov.  23, 
1581,  age  24.  B.A.  from  King's,  1583-4;  M.A.  1587. 
KELLIE,  WILLIAM.   '  M.A.  of  Cambridge,'  when  instituted  to 
Wendover,  Bucks.,   1595;  presumably  B.A.   1591-2;  M.A. 
1595;  in  which  years  the  records  are  missing.    A  preacher. 
Ord.  priest  by  Bishop  of  Peterborough.    V.  of  Wendover, 
1595-1615. 
KELSALL,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  June 
12,   1688.    S.  of  John,  clerk.    B.  at  Cheswardine,  Salop. 
School,  Sleaford,   Lines.   (Mr  Smith).    Matric.   1688;   B.A. 
1691-2;  M.A.  1695.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  4,  1693-4. 
Head  Master  of  Boston  School,  1695-1702.    V.  of  Boston, 
1702-19.   Died  1719. 
KELSALL,  HENRY.    Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Trinity,  Feb.  7, 
1707-8.    S.  of   Henry,   of  Chester.    School,   Westminster. 
Matric.  1708;  Scholar,  1709;  B.A.  1711-2;  M.A.  1715.  Fellow, 
1714.  Chief  Clerk  of  the  Treasury.  M. P.  for  Chichester,  1719- 
32;  for  Bossiney,  1722-7;  for  St  Michael's,  1727-34.  F.R.S., 
1736.  Died  Feb.  10,  1762.   (G.  Mag.) 
KELSALL,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1623.  S. 
of  William,  V.  of  Audley,  Staffs.    B.A.  1626-7.    Succeeded 
his  father  as  V.  of  Audley,  1649.    P.C.  of  Rushton  Chapel, 
Leek,  c.  1664.   {Wm  Salt  Arch.  Soc,  1915.) 

KELSALL,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Feb.  10,  1661-2. 
Matric.  1661-2;  B.A.  1665-6.  One  of  these  names  V.  of 
Harrington,  Lines.,  1684-9. 

KELSALL,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Mar.  30,  1722.  S. 
of  John,  o£  Dodleston,  Cheshire.  Matric.  1722.  Adm.  at  the 
Inner  Temple,  Nov.  28,  1724. 

KELSAL,  ROGER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  July  i,  1659.  Of 
Cheshire.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Wormingford,  Essex, 
1662-84.  Perhaps  lecturer  at  Ashbourne,  Derbs.;  and  father 
of  the  next.   (A.  Gray.) 

KELSALL,  ROGER.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  26,  1698.  Of 
Derbyshire.  (?  S.  of  Roger,  above.)  Matric.  1698;  Rustat 
Scholar.  Joined  the  Quakers'  assembly  in  Cambridge.  Ex- 
pelled from  the  College,  Mar.  4,  1698-9.  {Jesus  Coll.  Hist., 
139-) 

KELSALL,  THEOPHILUS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Pembroke, 
Aug.  28,  1706.  S.  of  Theophilus,  of  Stapleford  {sic),  Cheshire. 
B.  there.  Matric.  1707;  B.A.  1710-1.  R.  of  Childwall,  Lanes., 
1722-35.  Died  Feb.  1734-5-  M.I.  at  Childwall.  Will,  Chester. 
{Victoria  Co.  Hist.  Lanes.,  iii.  107.) 

KELSEY,  JOSEPH.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent,  1653-4. 
Of  Lincolnshire.  B.A.  1655-6;  M.A.  1659;  B.D.  1668.  Fellow, 
1658-69.  Junior  Proctor,  1666-7.  Ord.  priest  (.\rdfert)  Nov. 
18,  1658.  R.  of  Framsden,  Suffolk,  1662.  Preb.  of  Sarum, 
1674-1710.  Archdeacon  of  Sarum,  1695-1710.  V.  of  High- 
worth,  Wilts.,  1705-10.  Died  Nov.  1,  1710.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1711. 


Kemish,  Anthony 

KELSTERNE,  RICHARD.  Carmelite  of  Cambridge.  Ord.  deacon 

(Ely)  Mar.  9,  1380-1.  (B.  Zimmerman.) 
KELTON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Oct.  10, 
1581.  Readra.  as  FeU.-Com.  1582.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at 
Albrightlee,  St  Alkmond,  Shrewsbury.  School,  Shrewsbury. 
{Vis.  of  Shrops.,  1623.) 
KELTRIDGE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 
1566.  Probably  s.  of  William,  citizen  of  London,  and  his 
ist  wife  Agnes  Kelsaye.  Bapt.  at  St  Michael's,  Comhill, 
May  22,  1553.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1571;  B.A.  1571-2;  M.A. 
1575.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1579.  Ord.  deacon  and  pnest 
(Lincoln)  1576.  V.  of  Dedham,  Essex,  1577-8-  R-  of  Capel 
St  Andrew,  Suffolk,  1578.  Preacher  in  London,  1581.  R.  of 
Roydon,  Suffolk,  1582.  Author,  rehgious.  Half-brother  of 
Samuel  and  Sidney.  {Cooper,  1.  449;  D.N.B.;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
KELTRIDGE,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1580.  S.  of  Thomas  (so  in  Caius  register,  but  really  WiUiam), 
citizen  of  London.  Bapt.  at  St  Michael,  ComhiU,  Jan.  15, 
1563-4.  B.A.  1583-4;  M.A.  from  Caius,  1587.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Dec.  21,  1588;  priest,  Apr.  18,  1589.  V.  of  Stoke 
Poges,  Bucks.,  1592.  V.  of  St  Botolph,  Aldersgate,  London, 
1598-1601.  Will  (Cons.  C.  London)  1601.  The  father's  will 
(P.C.C.)  1604,  seems  to  prove  the  relationship.  Brother  of 
the  next  and  half-brother  of  John.  (Venn,  i.  127.) 
KELTRIDGE,  SIDNEY.  Matric.  pens,  at  St  John's,  Easter, 
1584,  and  at  Brasenose  College,  Oxford,  Oct.  1584-  S.  of 
'Thomas'  (really  William),  citizen  of  London.  B.  there. 
Bapt.  at  St  Michael,  Comhill,  June  27, 1568.  Schools,  London 
and  Canterbury.  Migrated  to  Caius,  May  23,  1585,  age  18. 
Scholar,  1585-91;  B.A.  1587-8;  M.A.  1591-  Ord.  deacon  and 
priest  (London)  Dec.  21,  1595;  C.  of  Corringham,  Essex.  R. 
of  Bergholt,  1597-1613.  Died  1613.  WiU  (Cons.  C.  London) 
proved,  Jan.  22,  1613-4.  Brother  of  Samuel,  half-brother  of 
John.  {Venn,  i.  124.) 
KELWAY,  AMBROSE.    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 

1553- 
KELWAY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Mar.  22, 
1696-7.  S.  of  Robert,  grocer,  of  Huntingdon.  B.  there. 
School,  Huntingdon  (Mr  Mathews).  Matric.  1697;  Scholar, 
1697-1703;  B.A.  1700-1;  M.A.  1705.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Sept.  20,  1702;  priest  (Peterb.)  June  3,  1705.  R-  of  North- 
bourne,  Kent,  1705-23;  of  Hope  All  Saints',  1709-59;  of 
St  Mary-in-the-Marsh,  1723-59.  Chaplain  to  Lord  Sunder- 
land. Died  Apr.  3,  1759.  Buried  at  Hythe.  Father  of  the 
next.  {Venn,  i.  499.) 
KELWAY,  ROBERT.   Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  8,  1734.   Of 

Northboume.  S.  of  Robert  (above). 
KELWAY,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1685; 
B.A.  1688-9  {Lit.  Reg.)  'for  his  royalty  and  proficiency  in 
learning.'  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  24,  1692. 
KELYNNYN,  RICHARD.    B.Can.L.  1467-8.    Two  years'  study 

at  Oxford,  and  three  at  Cambridge. 
KEMBALL,  STEPHEN,  see  KIMBALL. 
KEMBLE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 

1637- 
KEMBLE,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  9,  1689. 

Of  Middlesex.  Matric.  1690;  B.A.  1692-3;  M.A.  1696. 
KEMBALL  or  KIMBALL,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  at  Queens', 
•June  23,  1714.  Of  .Suffolk.  Matric.  1714;  B.A.  1717-8.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  1718;  priest,  Feb.  1721-2.   Probably 
Master  of  Brandon  School,  Suffolk,  c.  1730-4. 
KEME,  SAMUEL.  B.D.  1658  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of  London, 
gent.    Matric.  from  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford,  June  23,  1621, 
age  i6;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1624-5;  B.D.  1636.    V.  of  Newark, 
Notts.,  1628.    R.  of  Little  Chart,  Kent,  1630.    V.  of  Low 
Leyton,  Essex,  1639-44.    R.  of  Albury,  Oxon.    Joined  the 
Parliamentary  Army.   Chaplain,  and  captain,  of  a  troop  of 
horse.    R.  of  Deal,  Kent,  1651.   Conformed  at  the  Restora- 
tion.   Died  at  Albury,  Oct.  22,  1670.    Buried  there.    Will, 
P.C.C.    {Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 
KEMERLYNGE,  PETER.   Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Pembroke, 

Easter,  1567. 
KEMEYS,  Sir  CHARLES,  Bart.  Adm.  nobleman  (age  18)  at 
Trinity,  June  17,  1706.  S.  of  Sir  Charles,  Bart.,  of  Cefn 
Mabley,  Monmouth.  Bapt.  at  Buperra,  Dec.  8,  1688.  Edu- 
cated at  home.  Matric.  1706.  Succeeded  as  4th  Bart.,  Dec. 
1702.  Sheriff  of  Glamorgan,  1711-3-  M.P.  for  Monmouth- 
shire, 1713-5;  for  Co.  Glamorgan,  1716-34.  Died  unmarried, 
Jan.  29,  1734-5.  Brother  of  the  next.  {G.E.C.;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 
KEMEYS,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1711.  S.  of  Sir  Charles,  3rd  Bart.  B.  at  Monmouth.  Matric. 
Easter,  1712;  B.A.  1715-6;  M.A.  1719-  Fellow,  1715.  Taxor, 
1720.   M.P.  for  Monmouth,  1722-34.   Brother  of  the  above. 

KEMISHE,  ANTHONY.   Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1584- 


Kemish,  Nathaniel 

KEMISH  or  KEYMIS,  NATHANIEL.    B.D.  1604  (Incorp.  from 
Oxford).    Of  Wiltshire,  pleb.    Matric.  from  BaUiol  CoUege, 
Oxford,   July   19,   1583,  age   17;   B.A.   (Magdalen  CoUege, 
Oxford)  1587;  M.A.  1592;  B.D.  1600.    FeUow  of  Magdalen 
College,  1589-1605.   R.  of  Broughton,  Hunts.,  1601-23.   R. 
of  Crick,  Northants.,  1609-23.  Buried  there  Jan.  30,  1622-3. 
WUl,  P.C.C.    (Al.  Oxon.) 
KEMISHE,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1562. 
KEMPE,  ARTHUR.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Caius,  May  14,  1579- 
Readm.   FeU.-Com.   1579.    Eldest  s.  of  John,  citizen  and 
merchant  of  London  (and  of  Cavendish,  Suffolk.  Will,  P.C.C, 
1569).  School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  Perhaps  adm.  at  Lincohi's 
Inn,  1580.   (Venn,  i.  103;  Vis.  of  Suffolk.) 
KEMPE,  ARTHUR.    Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1617.   S.  of  Robert,  of  Gissing,  Norfolk.   B.A.  1620-1;  M.A. 
1624.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1623.    R.  of  Mappiscombe,  Kent, 
1631.    R.  of  Cricksea,  Essex,  1635-41.    R-  of  St  Michael-at- 
Thome,  Norwich.    Will  (P.C.C.)  1645.    Brother  of  Edward 
(1625).   (Suffolk  Man.   Fam.,   11.    237;   Al.   Oxon.;  Vis.  of 
Norfolk.) 
KEMPE,  BARTHOLOMEW.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Easter, 
1613.   S.  of  Francis,  of  Fulham,  Middlesex.  B.A.  from  Pem- 
broke, 1616-7;  M.A.  1620.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1621.    R.  of 
Grayingham.  Lines.,  1628.  Brother  of  Leonard  (1612).   (Vts. 
of  London,  1634.) 
KEMPE,  BARTHOLOMEW.    Adm.  pens,   (age  16)   at  Caius, 
June  29,  1622.   Eldest  s.  of  Bartholomew,  gent.,  of  London 
and   Croydon,    Surrey.     School,    Croydon    (Mr   Nicholson). 
Matric.   1622;   Scholar,   1622-9;  B.A.   1625-6;   M.A.   1629. 
Perhaps  brother  of  William  (1624).   (Vis.  of  Surrey,  1623.) 
KEMP,  BENJAMIN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  June  22, 
1727.    S.  of  Sir  Robert  (1685),  Bart.,  of  Ubbeston,  Suffolk. 
Bapt.  there,  Jan.  4,  1708-9.   School,  Monk  Soham  (private; 
Mr  Ray).   Matric.  1727;  Scholar,  1727-33;  B.A.  1731;  M.A. 
1735.    Fellow,  1733-77.    Afterwards  studied  medicine  and 
surgery.   Practised  as  a  physician  at  Colne  Dean,  Gloucs.  for 
many  years.    Succeeded  his  nephew,  as  7th  Bart.,   1771- 
Died  Jan.  25,   1777.    Buried  at  Cohie  Dean.    M.I.  there. 
Brother  of  Robert  (1718),  Isaac  (1722),  Thomas  (1724)  and 
William  (1732).    (Venn,  11.  27;  Kimber,  I.  439;  F.  Hitchin- 
Kemp.) 
KEMPE,  CALEB  (CALEBRUN).    Adm.  at  King's  (age  19)  a 
scholar  from  Eton,  Aug.  28,   i577-    Of  Godstone,  Surrey. 
Doubtless  s.  of  John,  of  Freshwater,  Isle  of  Wight,  the  noted 
preacher.    Matric.  1577-8;  B.A.   1581-2;  M.A.  1585;  B.D. 
1592.    Fellow,  1580-95.    Subscribed  for  deacon  and  priest 
(Lincoln)  Apr.  21,  1587.  V.  of  Bradford,  Yorks.,  1595-1614- 
Married,  Nov.  2,  1602,  Phoebe,  dau.  of  Thomas  Lister,  of 
Ovenden,    Yorks.     Died    1614.     (F.   Hitchin-Kemp,   Kemp 
Families.) 
KEMPE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1625. 
Of  Norfolk.    5th  s.  of  Robert,  of  Gissing,  Norfolk.    B.A. 
1628-9;  M.A.  1632;  B.D.  1639.    Fellow,  1632-44;  ejected, 
1660-71.    Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  June  16;  priest,  Dec.  22, 
1633.    Granted  license  to  travel  beyond  the  seas,  Feb.  4, 
1637-8.    R.  of  LitUe  Eversden,  Cambs.,   1667-71-    V.  of 
Oakington.   Will  dated  Oct.  23,  1671;  proved  (V.C.C.)  Nov. 
28,  1671.   Brother  of  Arthur  (1617)  and  perhaps  of  Richard 
(1617).    (Suffolk  Man.  Fam.,  11.  235-7-) 
KEMP,  GEORGE.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1547. 
Doubtless  6th  s.  of  William,  of  Spain's  Hall,  Essex.    Of 
Cavendish,  Suffolk,  and  Pentlow  Hall,  Essex.    'Fifty  years 
connected  with  the  Court  of  King's  Bench.'    Died  Mar.  23, 
1606-7,  aged  76.    Buried  at  Pentlow.    M.I.    Will  (P.C.C.) 
1607.    Father  of  the  next.    (Morant,  11.  322;  F.  Hitchin- 
Kemp;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
KEMPE,  GEORGE.    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1586.   S.  of  the  above.    Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
1590.  Of  Pentlow,  Essex.   Of  Wooddalling,  Norfolk,  c.  1620. 
Knighted,   Feb.    11,    1626-7.     Died  c.   1646.    Will  proved 
(Norwich)  1646.   (F.  Hitchin-Kemp;  Vis.  of  Essex,  1612.) 
KEMPE,  HENRY.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
Aug.  22,  1551.   Of  Winchcomb,  Gloucs.   Matric.  1551-   Left 
in  1555- 
KEMP,  ISAAC.    Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  June  15, 
1722.  3rd  s.  of  Sir  Robert  (1685),  of  Ubbeston,  Suffolk,  Bart. 
B.  at  Hoxne,  Suffolk.    Matric.  1722.    Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  Nov.  17,  1721.    Called  to  the  Bar,  May  20,  1726. 
Brother  of  Benjamin  (1727),  etc. 
KEMPE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1551.  2nd 
s.  of  Robert,  of  Gissing,  Norfolk.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple, 
Jan.  26,  1559-60.    Lord  of  the  Manors  of  Flordon,  Gissing 
and  Dagford.   Married  (i)  Anne,  dau.  of  Robert  Cudden,  of 
Weston,  Suffolk,  Esq.;  (2)  Ann,  dau.  of  Robert  Calthorpe, 
of  Antingham.  Of  Antingham.  Buried  there,  Nov.  18,  1610, 
aged  76.   M.I.   Brother  of  Richard  (c.  1551)  and  perhaps  of 
Thomas  (1563)  and  Robert  (1563).   (Peile,  I.  48;  F.  Hitchin- 
Kemp,  Kemp  Families.) 


Kemp,  Robert 

KEMP,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1560; 
B.A.  1563-4;  M.A.  1567.  Perhaps  Fellow  of  St  Catharine's, 
c.  1564;  'of  London.'  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  21,  1567. 
Buried  at  St  Edward's,  Cambridge,  July  14,  i57i-  Will 
proved  (V.C.C.)  as  of  St  Catharine's. 

KEMPE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  14,  1599-1600; 
Scholar;  B.A.  1603-4;  M.A.  1607. 

KEMPE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1604.  One 
of  these  names,  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May 
18,  1604.   (Peile,  I.  248.) 

KEMPE,  JOHN.  M.A.  1634  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  B.A.  from 
Lincoln  College,  Oxford,  1628-9;  M.A.  1631.  Probably  ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (St  David's).  V.  of  Bradford,  Yorks., 
1639-40.   Died  1640. 

KEMPE,  JOSEPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1621; 
B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  23; 
priest,  May  24,  1630.  Schoolmaster  at  Hitchin.  Died  Aug.  3, 
1654.  M.I.  at  Hitchin.  Benefactor  to  the  to^vn.  (Peile,  i. 
341;  Clutterbuck,  in.  38,  53;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

KEMPE,  LEONARD.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1612.  B.  in  London,  c.  1595.  Matric.  1612;  B.A.  1616;  M.A. 
1620.  Fellow,  1615-32.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1621.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  6,  1611,  as  s.  and  h.  of  Francis,  of  Fulham, 
Middlesex.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Rushbrook,  Suffolk, 
1643-69.  Buried  there  Oct.  1669.  Brother  of  Bartholomew 
(1613).   (Vis.  of  London,  i(>^^.) 

KEMP,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  c.  1551.  S.  of 
Robert,  of  Gissing,  Norfolk.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1556. 
Barrister,  1558.  Treasurer,  1586.  Of  Gissing,  Washbrook  and 
Flordon.  Married  Alice,  dau.  of  Phillip  Cockeram,  of  Hamp- 
stead,  Middlesex,  1566.  Buried  at  Gissing,  Apr.  5,  1600. 
Will  proved  (Norwich  C.C),  May  7,  i6oo.  Brother  of  John 
(1551)  and  perhaps  half-brother  of  Thomas  (1563)  and 
Robert  (1563).  (Peile,  i.  48;  Suffolk  Man.  Fam.,  11.  237; 
F.  Hitchin-Kemp,  Kemp  Families.) 

KEMP,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  Apr.  7,  1617.  Doubt- 
less 2nd  s.  of  Robert,  late  of  Gissing,  Norfolk,  Esq.,  deceased. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  8,  1620.  Secretary  of  State  for 
Virginia,  1635-40.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1656.  Doubtless  brother  of 
Arthur  (1617)  and  Edward  (1625).  (Suffolk  Man.  Fam.,  11. 
237;  E.  Alfred  Jones.) 

KEMPE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1563. 
Doubtless  4th  s.  of  Robert,  of  Gissing,  Norfolk.  If  so,  married 
Ann,  dau.  of  William  Staunton,  of  Bury.  Probably  brother 
of  Thomas  (1563),  John  (1551)  and  half-brother  of  Richard 
(155 1).   (Suffolk  Man.  Fam.,  11.  228.) 

KEMPE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  May  19,  1615. 
S.  of  Robert,  husbandman,  of  Dilham,  Norfolk.  Bapt.  there, 
Dec.  16,  1599.  School,  Norwich  (Mr  Townley).  Matric. 
Easter,  1615;  Scholar,  1615-22;  B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1623. 
Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  21,  1623.  R.  of  St  Peter  Hun- 
gate,  Norwich,  1627-36.  C.  of  St  George  Colegate,  Norwich, 
in  1629.    (Venn,  i.  228.) 

KEMPE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1619.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Robert,  late  of  Heydon,  Norfolk, 
Esq.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  20,  1620.  Succeeded  to 
the  estates  at  Finchingfield,  Essex,  on  the  death  of  his  uncle 
WiUiam,  1629.  Of  Spain's  Hall,  Essex.  Knighted,  Aug.  7, 
1641.  Married,  as  his  second  wife,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir 
Robert  Kempe,  Bart.,  of  Gissing,  Norfolk.  Died  1663.  Will 
proved,  Nov.  20,  1663.  (Vis.  of  Essex,  1612;  Morant,  11.  363; 
F.  Hitchin-Kemp.) 

KEMPE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1644.  Of  Gissing, 
Norfolk.  Doubtless  s.  of  Sir  Robert,  ist  Baronet.  B.  at 
Walsingham  Abbey,  Feb.  2,  1627.  Bapt.,  Feb.  14,  1627. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn;  barrister  there.  Succeeded  as  Bart., 
Aug.  20,  1647.  M.P.  for  Norfolk,  1675-9;  for  Dunwich, 
1679-81.  Married  Mary  (2nd  wife),  dau.  of  John  Sone,  of 
Ubbeston,  Suffolk.  Died  Sept.  26,  1710.  M.I.  at  Gissing. 
Father  of  Robert  (1685).  (G.E.C.;  A.  B.  Beaven;  Misc.  Gen. 
et  Her.,  2nd  S.,  i.  382.) 

KEMP,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1680.  Of 
Norwich.  Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas,  clerk,  of  Norwich,  and 
formeriy  of  Thwaite.  Matric.  Lent,  1680-1;  B.A.  1683-4; 
M.A.  1687.  FeUow,  1685-91.  Probably  R.  of  Stretham, 
Cambs.,  1689-96.  Buried  there  May  17,  1696.  For  further 
suggestions  concerning  the  Kempes  of  Thwaite,  Norfolk,  see 
O.  Mag.,  1827,  123.  (F.  Hitchin-Kemp.) 
KEMP,  ROBERT.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  St  Catharine's,  May  23, 
1685  Of  Suffolk.  S.  of  Sir  Robert  (1644),  of  ybbeston, 
Suffolk,  Bart.  B.  at  Ubbeston,  Jan.  25,  1667.  Succeeded  as 
3rd  Bart.,  Sept.  26,  1710.  M.P.  for  Dunwich,  1701-5,  1708-9, 
1713-5;  for  Co.  Suffolk,  1732-4-  Died  Dec.  18,  1734,  at 
Ufford,  Suffolk.  Father  of  the  next,  and  of  Isaac  (1722), 
Benjamin  (1727),  Thomas  (1724)  and  William  (17^2).  (Suffolk 
Man.  Fam.,  11.  237,  date  of  birth  misprinted;  F.  Hitchin- 
Kemp,  where  he  is  said  to  have  graduated  in  1683 ;  apparently 
confused  with  the  above.) 


Kemp,  Robert 

KEMP,  ROBERT.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  i8)  at  Pembroke, 
July  3,1718.  S.  of  Sir  Robert  (above),  Bart.  Bapt.  at  Hoxne, 
Suffolk,  Nov.  28,  1699.  Matric.  1718-9.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  Nov.  17,  1721.  M.P.  for  Orford,  i730-4-  Succeeded 
as  4th  Bart.,  Dec.  18,  i734-  Died  Feb.  15,  1752.  unmarried. 
M.I.  at  Gissing.  (Suffolk  Man.  Fam.,  n.  237,  date  of  birth 
wrong;  Kimber,  i.  440;  G.E.C.) 

KEMPE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1563. 
Perhaps  3rd  surviving  s.  of  Robert,  of  Gissing,  Norfolk. 
Probably  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1569,  from  Staple  Inn.  'Coun- 
cellorof  law,'  practised  at  Ipswich.  Of  Little  Brissett,  1595; 
afterwards  removed  to  Beccles.  Married  Ann,  dau.  of  John 
Moore,  of  Ipswich.  Said  to  have  died  in  1623.  Perhaps 
brother  of  Robert  (1563)  and  half-brother  of  Richard  (1551)- 
(F.  Hitchin-Kemp.) 

KEMPE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  1598,  scholar 
from  Westminster.  Possibly  s.  of  Robert  (1563)-  B.A.  1601- 
2;  M.A.  1605.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  21, 
1606,  age  26.  C.  at  Teversham,  Cambs.,  in  1608.  Doubtless 
the  'Thomas  Kempe  a  schoUer  at  Cambridge'  mentioned  in 
the  wiU  of  Richard  (1551)  Kempe,  of  Gissing,  Norfolk,  1599. 
One  of  these  names  of  Thwaite,  Esq.,  afterwards  of  Norwich, 
clerk.  Will  (P.C.C.)  dated  Mar.  23,  1667;  proved,  1670. 
(Suffolk  Man.  Fam.,  II.  227,  228,  236.) 

KEMPE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Lent, 
1618-9;  B.A.  1621-2;  Scholar,  1622-4. 

KEMP,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1626. 
Matric.  1626. 

KEMPE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  20,  1637. 
S.  of  Thomas,  clerk.  B.  at  Bergh  Apton,  Norfolk.  Bapt. 
there,  Nov.  21,  1620.  School,  Diss  (Mr  Lancetter).  Scholar, 
1640-4;  B.A.  1640-1;  M.A.  1644.  R.  of  SheUhanger,  Norfolk, 
1646.  Ord.  priest  (Joseph  Hall,  Bishop  of  Norwich)  July  26, 
1655.  R.  of  Foxearth,  Essex,  1656-1705.  Died  1705.  (Venn, 
I.  325;  Morant,  11.  327.) 

KEMP,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Oct.  12,  1675.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Finchingfield,  Essex. 
B.  there.  School,  Bishop's  Stortford.  Probably  M.A.  1675 
(Lit.  Reg.).  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov.  28,  1674. 

KEMP,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Mar.  18,  1684-5.  S.  of 
Thomas,  clerk,  of  Wiltshire.  Matric.  1685.  Perhaps  LL.B. 
1703.  One  of  these  names  chaplain  in  the  Navy,  1690. 
Doubtless  V.  of  Pawlett,  Somerset,  1692-1708;  P.C.  of 
Charlton  Adam,  1700-8;  V.ofOtterhampton,  1702-8  (LL.B.). 
Died  1708. 

KEMPE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  July  14, 1708. 
S.  of  Thomas,  tanner,  of  East  Dereham,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
School,  Seaming  (Mr  Lane).  Matric.  1708;  Scholar,  1708-13; 
B.A.  1712.  Fellow,  1713-5.   (Venn,  i.  519.) 

KEMP,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  June  20,  1724. 
S.  of  Sir  Robert  (1685),  Bart.,  of  Ubbeston,  Suffolk.  Bapt. 
there,  Oct.  19,  1706.  Schools,  Flordon  (private;  Mr  Barber) 
and  Bishop's  Stortford  (Dr  and  Mr  Took).  Matric.  1724; 
Scholar,  1724-7;  B.A.  1727-8;  M.A.  1729  (Com.  Reg.). 
Fellow,  1730-2.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  24,  1730-1.  V. 
of  Ubbeston,  Suffolk.  R.  of  Gissing,  1730-61.  R.  of  Flordon, 
1731-61.  DiedMar.  5, 1761.  Brotherof  Benjamin  (1727),  etc. 
(Venn,  11.  21.) 

KEMPE,  WILLIAM.   B.Can.L.  1512-3. 

KEMPE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  June,  1578. 
S.  of  Walter  (living,  1601),  of  Cornwall  or  Devon.  Migrated 
to  Trinity  Hall.  B.A.  1580-1;  M.A.  1584.  Master  of  Ply- 
mouth Grammar  School,  1581-1601.  Author,  educational. 
Will  (P.C.C.)  1601.  Legacies  to  the  poor  of  Budock,  Cornwall, 
and  Stoke  Damerel.  (D.N.B.,  wrong  as  to  date  of  death; 
J.  Ch.  Smith;  Cooper,  11.  41.) 

KEMPE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  1590-1.  B.  in 
London.  School,  Eton.  B.A.  1593-4;  M.A.  1597.  Master  of 
Colchester  Grammar  School,  1598-1637.  Died  Apr.  22,  1637, 
aged  68.  Buried  at  All  Saints',  Colchester.  (Morant,  1. 
176.) 

KEMPE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  July,  1624.  Of 
Surrey.  Matric.  1626.  Perhaps  s.  of  Bartholomew,  of 
Croydon,  Surrey;  15  years  old  in  1623;  and  brother  of 
Bartholomew  (1622).   (Vis.  of  Surrey.) 

KEMPE,  WILLIAM.  LL.B.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1633.  Perhaps 
the  above. 

KEMPE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  i, 
1633,  from  Oxford.  S.  of  Tobias,  yeoman.  B.  at  Stoke 
Damerel,  Devon.  School,  Plymouth.  B.A.  1634;  M.A. 
1638. 

KEMPE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  June  25, 
1644.  Of  Kent.  One  of  these  names,  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  Robert, 
of  Finchingfield,  Essex,  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Jan.  23, 
1646-7. 


Kendall,  John 

KEMPE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Mar.  22,  1655-6. 
Matric.  1656;  B.A.  1659-60;  M.A.  1663.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Dec.  20,  1662;  priest,  Sept.  19,  1663.  V.  of  Swavesey, 
Cambs.,  1665. 

KEMPE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Nov.  3, 
1690.  S.  of  WUliam,  deceased.  Bapt.  at  St  Martin-in-the- 
Fields,  London.  School,  Eton.  Matric.  1690.  Perhaps  brother 
of  John,  F.R.S.,  the  antiquary.  If  so,  inherited  the  residence 
of  his  brother  in  St  Martin-in-the-Fields,  1717,  and  probably 
removed  thither.  Will  probably  proved  (P.C.C.)  Apr.  26, 
1746.   (F.  Hitchin-Kemp.) 

KEMP,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1693.  Of 
Norfolk.  Probably  s.  of  Sir  Robert,  2nd  Bart.  Bapt.  at 
Ubbeston,  Suffolk,  Dec.  5,  1675.  Matric.  1694.  Died  May  12, 
1744.   Father  of  WiUiam,  8th  Bart.   (Davy  MS.,  19138,  79-) 

KEMP,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  Oct.  10, 
1732.  S.  of  Sir  Robert  (1685),  of  Ubbeston,  Suffolk,  Bart. 
Matric.  1733.  Captain  in  the  army.  Died  nearKinsale,  1736- 
Brother  of  Benjamin  (1727),  Thomas  (1724),  Isaac  (1722) 
and  Robert  (1718).   (Kimber,  1.  439;  F.  Hitchin-Kemp.) 

KEMPE, .  Fee  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1493-4. 

KEMP, .  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1594. 

KEMPSALL,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall, 
Michs.  1649. 

KEMPTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  23,  1714- 
Of  the  Isle  of  Ely. 

KEMPTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1749; 
B.A.  1753.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  June  14,  i754- 

KEMSALE  or  KELSALE,  THOMAS.  FeUow  of  Corpus  Christi, 
1396.  Will  of  one  of  these  names  (Comm.  C.  London)  1434; 
chaplain;  to  be  buried  in  the  Church  of  IsUngton,  Middlesex. 
(J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KEMSTER,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  c.  1601; 
B.A.  1605-6.  R.  of  Abberton,  Worcs.,  1622;  perhaps  tiU  1661. 

KENDALL,  ABRAHAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1570. 

KENDALL,  GABRIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Mar.  24, 1625-6. 
S.  of  Henry,  of  Derbyshire.  School,  Repton  (Mr  Whitehead). 
Matric.  1626;  B.A.  1629-30;  M.A.  1633. 

KENDALL,  GEORGE.  M.A.  1634  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
George,  of  Exeter.  B.  at  Cofton,  Dawlish,  1610.  School, 
Exeter.  Matric.  from  Exeter  College,  Oxford,  Feb.  18,  1626- 
7,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1630;  M.A.  1633;  B.D.  1641-2;  D.D. 
1654.  FeUowof  Exeter  CoUege,  1630-46.  Rector,  1645-6.  R. 
of  BUsland,  ComwaU,  1643-55,  deprived.  Preb.  of  Exeter, 
1645.  R.  of  Kenton,  Devon,  1646-62,  deprived.  R.  of  St 
Benet,  Gracechurch  St,  1660.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Periam 
Pole.  Author,  theological.  Died  at  Cofton,  Devon,  Aug.  19, 
1663.  (Vis.  of  Devon,  1620;  Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.;  Walker, 
Sufferings.) 

KENDALL,  GILES.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1576; 
B.A.  1579-80;  M.A.  1583.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1583.  V.  of 
Felkirk,  Yorks.,  1583-1609.  V.  of  Haxey,  Lines.,  1606. 
Licensed,  1595,  to  marry  Beatrice,  dau.  of  James  Denton, 
of  Denton,  Yorks.  Died  1609.   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 

KENDALL,  HE.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1560. 
One  Henry  KendaU,  R.  of  Ickenham,  Middlesex,  1568. 
Admon.  (Cons.  C.  London)  1624,  as  Henry  Kended.  (J.  Ch. 
Smith.) 

KENDOLL,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1572.  One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1575- 

KENDALL,  HENRY.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Pembroke, 
Easter,  1605.  Probably  s.  of  Henry,  of  Smithesby,  Northants. 
B.  1588.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Gabriel  Armstrong,  of 
Rempston,  Notts.  Died  Apr.  18,  1627.  Buried  at  Smithesby. 
But  see  pedigree  (Nichols,  iv.  985)  for  a  contemporary  name- 
sake. 

KENDALL,  HENRY.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Christ's,  Dec. 
1624.  Perhaps  S.  of  Henry  (above),  of  Smithesby,  Northants. 
Age  51  in  1662. 

KENDALL,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse,  Sept. 

24,  1650.  Of  Warwickshire.  School,  Coventry. 
KENDALL,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1570; 
B.A.   1573-4;  M.A.  1577.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,   1584.    Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  Apr.  29,  1576,  age  24;  priest,  Dec.  21,  1576. 
R.  of  Acton,  Middlesex,  1576-1627.   Died  June,  1627. 
KENDALL,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1631; 

B.A. 1633-4;  M.A.  1637. 
KENDALL,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1634; 

B.A. 1636-7;  M.A.  1640. 
KENDALL,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  Apr.  21, 
1663.  S.  of  John,  Esq.  B.  at  Briningham,  Norfolk.   Matric. 
1663;  B.A.  1666-7.  One  of  these  names,  of  London,  adm.  at 
the  Inner  Temple,  Jan.  31,  1661-2. 


Kendall,  John 


KENDALL,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  30, 
1679.  S.  of  John,  husbandman.  B.  at  Belton,  Leics.  School, 
Osgathorpe  (Mr  Smedley).  Matric.  1679;  B.A.  1682-3.  Per- 
haps ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  May  25,  1684.  V.  of  Thornton  by 
Bagworth,  Leics.,  1691-1717.  Died  July  12,  1717.  {Nichols, 
IV.  984.) 

KENDAL,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Mar.  4,  1679- 
80. 

KENDALL,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Jesus,  Jan.  18,  1681- 
2.  Of  Sufiolk.  Matric.  1682;  Rustat  Scholar,  1682;  B.A. 
1685-6.   Perhaps  chaplain  in  the  Navy,  1692-3. 

KENDALL,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1694.  Of  Essex. 
Perhaps  of  Basingboume,  Essex.  F.R.S.,  1723.  Died  1735. 

KENDAL,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  July  5, 
1 72 1.  S.  and  h.  of  Maurice  (1676-7),  of  North  Walsham, 
Norfolk,  Esq.  Matric.  1721.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple, 
Apr.  10,  1723. 

KENDALL,  LEONARD.   B.A.  1530-1. 

KENDALL,  MAURICE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  Jan. 
27,  1676-7.  S.  of  John,  of  Thetford,  Norfolk,  Esq.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  May  14,  1681;  'Maurey,  of  Buckenham,  Norfolk, 
gent.'  Called  to  the  Bar  May  5,  1686.  Ancient,  1704.  Of 
North  Walsham.  Died  1712,  aged  52.  M.I.  at  New  Bucken- 
ham. Father  of  John  (1721).   (Le  Neve,  Mon.,  in.  252.) 

KENDALL,  MILES.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1578; 
B.A.  1582-3;  M.A.  1586.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1586.  V.  of 
Swindon,  Wilts.,  1585-1623. 

KENDAL,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Mar.  23,  1663-4. 
Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1667-8.  Ord.  deacon 
(York)  c.  1670;  priest,  Dec.  1674. 

KENDALL,  NICHOLAS.  M.A.  1699  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Bernard,  of  Lostwithiel,  Cornwall.  Bapt.  at  Lanlivery,  Feb. 
10,  1657-8.  Matric.  from  Exeter  College,  Oxford,  1673;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1677;  M.A.  1679-80.  Fellow  of  Exeter  College, 
1678-81.  R.  of  Sheviocke,  Cornwall,  1680-1740.  V.  of  Lan- 
livery, 1681-1740.  Preb.  of  Exeter,  1688-1740.  Archdeacon 
of  Totnes,  1713-40.  Died  Mar.  3,  1739-40.  Buried  in  Exeter 
Cathedral.   Will,  Exeter.   (Al.  Oxon.;  Burke,  L.G.) 

KENDALL,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Oct.  12, 
1615.  S.  of  John,  merchant,  of  Buckenham,  Norfolk.  School, 
Moulton  (Mr  Matchett).  Scholar,  1616-22;  B.A.  1618-9; 
M.A.  1622.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  18,  1625.  R.  of 
Santon  and  Downham,  Norfolk  and  Sufiolk,  1635-44, 
sequestered.   Died  1689.   {Venn,  i.  231.) 

KENDALL,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse, 
June  24,  1751.  Of  Middlesex.  S.  of  Charles.  Bapt.  at  St 
Catharine  Cree,  Feb.  11,  1732-3.  School,  Eton;  colleger, 
1743-51.  Matric.  1751;  Scholar,  1751;  B.A.  1755;  M.A.  1758. 
Fellow,  1759.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Nov.  1755.  R.  of 
Norton,  Suffolk,  1795-6.  Died  1796.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  Dec. 
1796.    {T.A.  Walker,  301.) 

KENDALL,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Caius,  Apr.  14, 
1575.  (Previously  at  Clare;  matric.  there  Michs.  1573.)  Of 
Brinton,  Norfolk.  S.  of  Thomas.  School,  Holt.  B.A.  1576-7; 
M.A.  1580.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  17,  1581.  R.  of 
Alderford,  Norfolk,  1594.   {Venn,  i.  81.) 

KENDALL,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  July  2,  1664. 
Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1670.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  1670; 
priest,  Sept.  1671.  Doubtless  V.  of  Middleton,  Pickering, 
Yorks.,  1672-1701.  P.C.  of  Roxdale;  resigned  before  1700. 
V.  of  Sinnington,  1701-14.  {Peile,  1.  612.) 

KENDALL,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1628;  B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Feb. 
26,  1631-2;  priest,  Sept.  23,  1632.  Perhaps  usher  of  Boston 
School,  1633-6.  R.  of  Edlington,  Yorks.,  1640-53.  Possibly 
R.  of  Wollaston,  Notts.,  1661. 

KENDALL  or  KYNDAL,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Mar.  i, 
1653-4.  Of  Sufiolk.  Scholar,  1655;  Matric.  1656;  B.A.  1657- 
8;  M.A.  1661.  R.  of  Hessett  and  Creeting  St  Olave,  Sufiolk, 
1662-88.   Died  i688. 

KENDALL,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1572-3;  M.A.  1576. 
Perhaps  ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  Jan.  1577-8. 
Licensed  as  schoolmaster,  1576.  V.  of  Gt  Gidding,  Hunts., 
1579-83.  Perhaps  R.  of  Chislehurst,  Kent,  1583-1604;  of 
Woolwich,  1586-95;  of  St  John,  Watling  Street,  London, 
1590-3;  and  of  Morcott,  Rutland,  1594-1611.  {Peile,  i.  109.) 

KENDALL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1610.  B.  at  Wimbledon,  Surrey.  B.A.  1613-4;  M.A.  1617. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  26,  1616;  priest  (London)  May  23, 
1619,  age  25. 

KENDALL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1735; 
B.A.  1738-9;  M.A.  1761.   Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  July,  1739. 

KENDOLL,  W.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1572. 

KENDALL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  June  15, 
1666. 


Kennington,  Thomas 

KENDALL,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Pembroke, 

June  28,  1673.  S.  of  Ralph,  citizen  of  York.  Matric.  1673. 
KENDALL,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse, 

Apr.  7,  1702.  Of  Essex.  School,  Bishop's  Stortford.  Matric. 

1702;  Scholar,  1702. 
KENDED,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  May,  1560; 

B.A.  1562-3,  as  Kened. 

KENHEAD,  EMMANUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs. 
1580.  B.  at  Braughing  Herts.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Apr. 
15.  1590,  age  28.  V.  of  Shalford,  Essex.  Admon.  (Cons.  C. 
London)  May  5,  1591.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KENIE,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1636, 

KENYNGHALE,  ROGER.   Fellow  of  Gonville  Hall,  c.  1393. 

KENINGHAM  or  CUNINGHAM,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at 
Corpus  Christi,  1548.  B.  c.  1531.  Matric.  Easter,  1551; 
M.B.  1557;  had  studied  at  Heidelberg.  Perhaps  M.D.  there. 
Distinguished  as  a  physician  in  London.  Lecturer  at 
Surgeon's  Hall.   {Cooper,  in.  i;  D.N.B.) 

KENITY,  NAHUM.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  20,  1617. 

Matric.  1617;  B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1629.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 

May  18;  priest.  May  19,  1627.  R.  of  Castle  Camps,  Cambs., 

1643-9.   Died  1649. 
KENNITY,  RALPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  14, 

1638.  S.  of  Marmaduke,  cloth-shearer,  of  Beverley.  B.  there. 

School,  Beverley  (Mr  Pomeroy).  B.A.  1641-2. 
KENN,  THOMAS.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  1586. 

Matric.  1586.   One  of  these  names  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of 

Kenn,  Somerset.  Succeeded  his  father.   {Vis.  of  Somerset.) 

KEN, .   B.Civ.L.  1465-6.    Perhaps  William  Kene,  LL.B.; 

V.  of  Upton,  Norfolk,  1467-82. 

KENNARD,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1611; 
B.A.  1615-6;  M.A.  1619.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  18, 
1618;  priest.  Mar.  10,  1619-20.  R.  of  Fordwich,  Kent, 
1619-27.   Died  1627. 

KENNARD,  SAMPSON.  B.A.  from  Clare,  1606-7.  S.  of 
Sampson,  of  St  Paul's,  Canterbury,  joiner.  M.A.  1610.  R. 
of  St  Mary  Northgate,  Canterbury,  1612-35.  Died  1635. 

KENNEDY,  GILBERT.  Incorp.  M.D.  from  Oxford,  1749.  M.D. 
(Oxford)  by  diploma,  Apr.  10,  1749.  For  many  years  physician 
to  the  British  Factory  at  Lisbon.  F.R.S.,  1737.  Of  Lincoln's 
Inn  Fields.  Died  Dec.  29,  1780,  aged  100.  (G.  Mag.) 

KENNETT,  EDWARD.  Of  Herefordshire.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Oct.  6,  1578,  age  27;  'late  scholar  of  Trinity,  of  Woodham 
Ferrers,  Essex.'  C.  of  Stock-Harward,  Essex,  in  1579.  V.  of 
Ulting,  Essex,  1591-9.  Admon.  (Cons.  C.  London)  1599. 
(J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KENNETT,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  Feb.  3, 
1636-7.  Of  Kent.  Scholar  from  King's  School,  Canterbury. 
Matric.  1637;  B.A.  1640-1;  M.A.  1644;  B.D.  1655.  Fellow, 
1644-50;  ejected;  restored,  1654.  Taxor,  1648-9.  University 
preacher,  1648.  R.  of  East  Hatley,  Cambs.,  c.  1655-62, 
ejected.  Afterwards  kept  school  at  Sutton,  Beds,  with  the 
help  of  Mr  Stillingfleet,  the  rector,  afterwards  Bishop  of 
Worcester.  Died  Jan.  23,  1670.  Buried  at  Sutton.  {Calamy, 
I.  248;  Masters,  325.) 

KENNET,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1607. 

KENNETT,  WHITE.  D.D.  1702  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Basil,  of  Postling,  Kent,  clerk.  Matric.  from  St  Edmund's 
Hall,  Oxford,  1678;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1682;  M.A.  1685;  B.D. 
1694;  D.D.  1700.  V.  of  Ambrosden,  Oxon.,  1685-1700.  R.  of 
Shottesbrooke,  Berks.,  1 695-1 700.  Archdeacon  of  Hunting- 
don, 1701-20.  Preb.  of  Salisbury,  1702-20.  R.  of  St  Botolph, 
Aldgate,  1703-8.  Chaplain  to  Queen  Anne  and  George  I, 
1707-18.  R.  of  St  Mary  Aldermary  and  St  Thomas  Vintry, 
London,  1708-28.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1708-20.  Dean  of 
Peterborough,  1708-18;  Bishop,  1718-28.  Historian,  anti- 
quarian, topographer  and  philologist.  Author,  ecclesiastical, 
etc.  Died  at  his  house,  St  James'  Street,  Westminster,  Dec. 
19,  1728,  aged  68.  Buried  in  Peterborough  Cathedral.  M.I. 
(D.N.B.;  Al.  Oxon.;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

KENNET,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1611.  S.  of  Richard,  Mayor  of  Folkestone.  B.  Aug. 
1589.  Adm.  at  Merchant  Taylors' School,  1604.  B.A.  1614-5; 
M.A.  1618.  V.  of  Folkestone.  V.  of  West  Hythe,  1629-33. 
Died  1633.  Will  proved,  June  22,  1633.  {Misc.  Gen.  et  Her., 
N.S.,  II.  287.) 

KENYNTON  or  KNYVETON,  HENRY.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall. 
Of  Coventry  and  Lichfield  diocese.  Adm.  Oct.  30,  1385.  Left 
Oct.  14,  1396.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  18,  1395.  Also  called 
'Assheboum,  alias  Kenyngton.'   {Trin.  Coll.  Admissions,  i.) 

KENNINGHAM  or  HEVENING,  THOMAS  DE.  Master  of 
Michaelhouse,  1346. 

KENNINGTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  1637. 


Kennington,  William 

KENNINGTON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1591 ; 
B.A.  1594-5.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  May  14,  1595. 
V.  of  Bonby,  Lines.,  1595-1649.  Will  proved  (Lincoln)  1649. 

KENRICK,  CONWAY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Oct. 
22,  1728.  S.  of  John,  husbandman,  of  Cheshire.  B.  at 
Thurstaston.  Private  instruction  by  Mr  Hodson.  Matric. 
1729-30. 

KENRICK,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1601. 
One  of  these  names  'reader'  at  Burtonwood,  Lanes.,  1609. 
Will  of  'Edmund'  Kenrick  (Chester)  1638;  of  Runcorn, 
Cheshire,  clerk.    (E.  Axon.) 

KENRICK,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent,  1578- 
9.  Of  Northamptonshire.  Adra.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  23,  1581. 

KENRICK,  GEORGE.  M.A.  1721  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Robert,  of  Oxford.  Matric.  from  Pembroke  College,  Oxford, 
Mar.  26,  1713,  age  15;  B.A.  1716;  M.A.  1719.  R.  of  All 
Saints',  Moulton,  Norfolk,  1728.  V.  of  Homing,  1730.  V.  of 
Ranworth,  1752-62.   Died  July  12,  1762.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

KENRICKE,  JOHN.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Magdalene, 
Easter,  1588.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  Mayor  of  Reading. 
Citizen  and  draper  of  London.  The  benefactor  of  Reading 
and  Newbury.  Buried  at  St  Christopher's,  Threadneedle 
Street,  London,  Jan.  18,  1624-5.   (f^er.  and  Gen.,  vii.  552.) 

KENRICK,  JOHN.  M.A.  1628  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of  Co. 
Monmouth,  pleb.  Matric.  from  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  Jan. 
22,  1618-9,  age  20;  B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  (Jesus CoUege,  Oxford) 
1625.  V.  of  Longstanton  All  Saints',  Cambs.,  1627-30. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Llanbeulan,  Anglesey,  1630. 

KENRICK,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1714- 
S.  of  John,  of  London.  Matric.  pens.  1714-  Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  Apr.  29,  1715.  Called  to  the  Bar,  May  19, 
1 72 1.  Counsellor  to  the  Governors  of  Queen  Anne's  Bounty. 
Commissioner  of  Stamps,  1737-62.  Died  Nov.  15,  1781,  aged 
84.  Brother  of  Scawen.  (Masters,  326;  Manning  and  Bray, 
II.  306.) 

KENRICK,  RALPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1585; 
B.A.  1588-g;  M.A.  1592.  Ord.  priest  (Worcester)  July,  1594. 
V.  of  Gt  Finborough,  Suffolk,  1600-30.  Married,  Nov.  12, 
1604,  Bridget  Bond.  Buried  Aug.  21,  1630.  {Peile,  1.  184; 
V.  B.  Redstone.) 

KENRICK,  SCAWEN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  Apr.  21,  1713- 
Of  London.  2nd  s.  of  John,  merchant  of  London.  B.  June  3, 
1694.  School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  1713-4;  B.A. 
1716-7;  M.A.  1720;  D.D.  1728  {Com.  Reg.).  Ord.  deacon 
(Ely)  Sept.  21,  1718;  priest.  Mar.  13,  1719-20.  V.  of  Stone, 
Bucks.,  1720.  R.  of  Hambieden,  1722-53.  Chaplain  to  the 
House  of  Commons,  1728.  Preb.  of  Westminster,  1729-53. 
Sub-dean.  R.  of  St  Margaret's,  Westminster,  1734-53.  Died 
May  2,  1753.  Buried  at  Hambieden.  Admon.,  P.C.C.  (G. 
Mag.;  N.  and  Q.,  6th  S.,  viii.  10.) 

KENRICK,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  from  Jesus,  1588-9.  S.  of  Hugh, 
protonotary  of  London.  M.A.  1592.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1597.  Perhaps  R.  of  Llandderfel,  Merion.,  1594;  and  of 
Llandrillo-yn-Edeymion,  1599.  His  father  had  provided  a 
benefice  of  10  marks  a  year  for  him.  Brother  of  JohnKenricks 
(below).   (^/.  0«on.;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KENWRICK,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  20,  1657. 
Of  Kent.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  10,  1657-8,  as  s.  and  h. 
of  William,  of  Boughton-under-Blean.  (Pedigree  in  Vis.  of 
Kent,  1663.) 

KENRICKS,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Caius,  May  4,  1588. 
Previously  matric.  from  Hart  Hall,  Oxford,  Mar.  18,  1585-6, 
age  15.  S.  of  Hugh,  gent.  B.  in  London.  School,  Grey 
Friars'  (Mr  Waddington).  Matric.  1588.  The  will  of  Hugh, 
the  father,  protonotary  (P.C.C.)  1598,  mentions  William,  but 
not  John.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KENRIGG, .  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1624  {Lit.  Reg.). 

KENSEL,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  27,  1662. 
School,  Westminster.   Matric.  1662;  Scholar,  1663. 

KENSEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  21,  1633.  Of 
Hertfordshire.   Matric.  1634. 

KENSHAM,  GEORGE.  Adm.  at  Sidney,  May,  1600. 

KENSHAM,  STEPHEN,    Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Easter, 

I57I. 
KENT,  ABEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  June  28,  1623.  S.  of 

Thomas,  of  Scamblesby,  Lines.,  clerk.   Bapt.  at  Donington- 

on-Bain,  Jan.  26,  1603-4.    Matric.  1623;  Scholar,  1625-29; 

B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1630.    R.  of  Stenigot,  Lines.,  1628-44. 

Buried  there  1644.   Brother  of  Thomas  (1616)  and  perhaps 

of  Timothy  (1598),  father  of  John  (1653)  and  Timothy  (1653). 

(T.  A.  Walker,  27;  Lines.  Pedigrees,  1272.) 
KENT,  ABEL.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  7,  1662.    Of 

Lincolnshire.    Matric.  1662;  B.A.  1665-6;  M.A.  1669.   Ord. 

deacon  (Ely)   Mar.   19,   1 670-1;  priest  (Lincoln)  June  2, 

1672. 


Kent,  Nathaniel 

KENT,  ABRAHAM.  M.A.  1709  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
John,  of  Woolverton,  Warws.,  clerk.  Matric.  from  St 
Edmund's  Hall,  Mar.  11,  1698-9,  age  16.  R.  of  Whitechurch, 
Kent,  1705.  V.  of  Gt  Amwell,  Herts.,  1713-  R-  of  Netteswell, 
Essex,  1716-34.   Died  1734.   M.I.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

KENT,  BARTHOLOMEW.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse, 
Easter,  161 5.  Migrated  soon  after  to  Queens'.  Of  Suffolk. 
B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Norwich) 
Dec.  19,  1619.   R.  of  Knipton,  Leics.,  1620-7. 

KENT,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  5,  1666. 
Of  Suffolk. 

KENT,  Earl  of,  see  GREY,  HENRY. 

KENT,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Jan.  3,  1583-4- 
S.  of  John,  yeoman.  B.  at  Aston,  Herts.  Schools,  Shephall 
and  Hertford  (Mr  Noble).  Scholar,  1584-91;  B.A.  1587-8; 
M.A.  1591.  Married  Jane,  dau.  of  John  Fareclough,  of  Aston. 
Of  Henlovv,  Beds.,  gent.  Probably  buried  there,  Feb.  18, 
1651-2.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1571).  (Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634; 
Venn,  1.  119.) 

KENT,  ELIAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1603; 
B.A.  1606-7;  M.A.  1610.  One  of  these  names  s.  of  Thomas, 
V.  of  Scamblesby,  Lines.  Will  dated,  Feb.  13,  1625-6; 
proved,  Dec.  10,  1628.    (Lines.  Pedigrees,  1272.) 

KENTE,  GABRIEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 
1544- 

KENT,  GABRIEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1587. 

KENT,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  2,  1632-3. 
Of  Essex.  Matric.  1633;  B.A.  1636-7;  M.A.  1640.  Perhaps 
adm.  at  Leyden,  July  12,  1638.  R.  of  Alresford,  Essex, 
1639-45.  Preb.  of  Norwich,  1660-7.  R-  of  Tittleshall, 
Norfolk,  1 661-7.  Perhaps  R.  of  Oakley,  Suffolk,  c.  1644. 
Died  1667. 

KENT,  GREGORY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1591;  B.A. 
1596-7;  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1600.  R.  of  Gt  Sheepy,  Leics. 
(South  mediety),  1620 

KENT,  GREGORY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  1637;  Scholar, 
1641;  B.A.  1641-2.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  25,  1642.  R. 
of  Sheepy  Magna  (Soutli  mediety),  Leics.,  1642.  Buried 
Dec.  5,  1685. 

KENT,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1622.  Of 
Suffolk.  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Sept.  24;  priest,  Dec.  24,  1626.  Perhaps  R.  of  Harleston, 
Sufiolk,  1650  and  1662-7.   Died  1667. 

KENT,  HENRY  Adm.  at  King's  (age  15)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
June  14,  1627.  Of  London.  S.  of  Henry,  haberdasher. 
Matric.  1627;  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634.  Fellow,  1630-47. 
R.  of  Staplehurst,  Kent,  1646-50.  Buried  there  July  25, 
1650.   (Vis.  of  London,  1634;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 

KENT,  JOHN  DE.   Proctor,  1362-3,  1363-4- 

KENT,  JOHN  DE.  Adm.  scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1360.  B.A. 
Promoted  to  a  benefice,  1366.   (Perhaps  same  as  the  next.) 

KENT,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's  Hall,  Mar.  29,  1365,  as  scholar 
in  Civil  Law.   Clerk. 

KENT,  JOHN.  Studied  at  Oxford  and  at  Cambridge.  B.  at 
Kentchurch,  Hereford.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Whickham, 
Durham,  1444-62.   Died  c.  1482.    (Pits,  669.) 

KENT,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter,  1544. 
Perhaps  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1544. 

KENT,  JOHN.   Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  June  15,  1606. 

KENT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  15,  1644.  Of 
Suffolk.  Matric.  1644;  B.A.  1647-8.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1649. 
M.A.  (Oxford)  1650.  Fellow  of  New  CoUege,  1649.  Incorp.  at 
Cambridge,  1653.  Captain  of  horse  in  the  ParUamentary 
army.  Served  in  Ireland,  1655.  Will  (V.C.C,  Oxford)  June 
14,  1659.    (Al.  Oxon.) 

KENT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May  27,  1653. 
S.  of  Abel  (1623),  R.  of  Stenigot,  Lines.  School,  Orby  (Mr 
Nottingham).  B.A.  1656-7;  M.A.  1660;  B.D.  from  Em- 
manuel, 1667.  Fellow  of  Emmanuel,  1660.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1663.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  23,  1660.  R.  of 
North  Luffenham,  Rutland,  1676-81.  Buried  there  May  30, 
i68i.  Brother  of  Timothy  (1653).  (Peile,  i.  554;  T.  P. 
Dorman.) 

KENT,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  King's,  1666.  Matric.  from  Christ 
Church,  Oxford,  June  15,  1657;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1659-60. 
Incorp.  as  M.A.  1669.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Heathfield, 
Somerset,  1685-90.   Died  1690.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

KENTE,  KENELM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Mids.  1553. 
Matric.  pens.  Michs.  1553. 

KENT,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1725.  B.  at  Weedon,  Northants.,  1708.  Matric.  1725;  B.A. 
1729-30;  M.A.  1733.  Fellow,  1728-66.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
June  13,  1731;  priest  (Ely)  Sept.  24,  1732.  C.  of  Kersey, 
Suffolk.  Head  Master  of  Wisbech  School,  1748.  Author, 
classical.   Admon.  (P.C.C.)  Apr.  1766.   (D.N.B.) 


Kent,  Paul 

KENT,  PAUL.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity,  1573.  B.  in  St 
Dunstan-in-the-West,  London.  B.A.  1576-7;  M.A.  1580. 
Fellow,  1579.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1579.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Oct.  16;  priest,  Nov.  28,  1583.  R.  of  Little  Barfield,  Essex, 
1583.   Probably  R.  of  West  Wretham,  Norfolk,  1613. 

KENT,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Crristi,  Easter, 
1553;  B.A.  1555-6;  M..\.  from  Peterhouse,  1559.  Fellow  of 
Peterhouse,  1557.  P.C.  of  Little  St  Mary's,  Cambridge, 
1558-9.  Probably  the  Rob.  Kent,  Cantabrigiensis,  who 
arrived  at  Douay,  from  Malines,  Jan.  1577-8.  Went  on  to 
Rome.  A  priest.  Later  served  on  the  English  Mission. 
{Douay  Diary.) 

KENT,  ROBERT.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1581. 

KENT,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1586;  B.A.  1589-90;  M..\.  1593;  B.D.  1609.  Ord.  priest 
(Norwich)  Sept.  29,  1595;  C.  of  St  Saviour's,  Norwich.  C.  of 
St  Martin  Coslany. 

KENT,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1636.  Of  Norwich. 
B.A.  1639-40;  M.A.  1643. 

KENT,  ROGER.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Michs.  1548. 

KENT,  ROGER.   Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter,  1572. 

KENT,  ROGER.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1576. 
One  of  these  names  first  'accidence  master'  at  Shrewsbury 
School,  c.  1577-88.  Buried  at  St  Mary's,  Shrewsbury,  Nov. 
13,  1588. 

KENT,  THEOPHILUS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 
1606;  B.A.  1609-10;  M.A.  1613.  Ord.  priest  (Chichester) 
1613.  Preb.  of  Chichester,  1618-42,  ejected.  Archdeacon  of 
Sudbury,  1621.  R.  of  Ashby,  Norfolk,  1625.  Admon.  (P.C.C.) 
1653;  as  of  Oby,  Norfolk.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KENT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1571. 
Eldest  s.  of  John,  of  Aston,  Herts.  Schools,  Aston,  Baldock 
and  ShephaU.  Migrated  to  Caius,  May  22,  1572,  age  19.  Of 
Aston,  gent.  Married  Mercy,  dau.  of  Thomas  Clark.  Brother 
of  Edward  (1583-4).   (Venn,  1.  70;  Vis.  of  Beds.) 

KENT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1587. 
Of  Suffolk. 

KENT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter,  1616 
(pens,  in  College).  S.  of  Thomas,  V.  of  Scamblesby,  Lines. 
Bapt.  at  Donington-on-Bain,  Feb.  13,  1596-7.  B.A.  1619-20; 
M.A.  1623.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  8;  priest,  June  9, 
1623.  R.  of  Withcall,  Lines.,  1624.  R.  of  Donington-on- 
Bain,  Lines.,  1624-38.  Buried  there  June  6,  1638.  Will 
proved  (P.C.C.)  June  25,  1638,  by  brother  Abel.  Brother  of 
Abel  (1623)  and  Timothy  (1598).  (Lines.  Pedigrees,  558, 
1272.) 

KENT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Jan.  24, 
1630-1.  S.  of  John,  yeoman,  of  Elton,  Cheshire.  B.  there. 
School,  Nantwich  (Mr  Shenton).  Matric.  1631;  B.A.  1634-5; 
M.A.  1638.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Hardwick,  Warws., 
Apr.  1647. 

KENT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Jan.  20, 
1634-5.  S.  of  Timothy  (1598),  R.  of  Donington-on-Bain, 
Lines.  B.  there.  School,  Lincoln  (Mr  Clarke).  Matric.  1635. 
Married  and  had  issue.  Will  proved,  1654.  Brother  of 
William  (1634-5).   (Lines.  Pedigrees,  558,  1271.) 

KENT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1675.  Of  Derby- 
shire. Matric.  1675;  B.A.  1678-9;  M.A.  1682.  Ord.  deacon 
(York)  Dec.  1679;  priest,  May  29,  1681.  Probably  C.  of 
Macclesfield,  in  1685;  and  R.  of  Eccleston,  Cheshire,  till 
1687.   (E.  Axon.) 

KENT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  25, 
1681.  S.  of  Thomas,  yeoman.  B.  at  Elton,  Warmingham, 
Cheshire.  School,  Audlem  (Mr  Colton). 

KENT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Jan.  14, 
1686-7.  Of  London.  Probably  s.  of  John,  of  St  Michael 
Bassishaw;  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  May  14,  i688. 

KENT,  TIMOTHY,  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1598. 
S.  of  Thomas,  V.  of  Scamblesby,  Lines,  (whose  will,  Lincoln, 
proved,  1623).  B.  1583.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln) 
Sept.  25,  1608.  R.  of  Scamblesby,  Lines.  R.  of  Donington- 
on-Bain,  1609-24.  R.  of  Withcall,  1622-4.  Buried  at 
Donington,  Feb.  20,  1623-4.  Will  proved  (Lincoln),  'of 
Donington,'  1624.  Father  of  Thomas  (1634-5)  and  William 
(1634-5),  brother  of  Abel  (1623)  and  Thomas  (1616)  and 
perhaps  of  Elias  (1603).   (Lines.  Pedigrees,  558,  1271.) 

KENT,  TIMOTHY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  May  27, 
1653.  S.  of  Abel  (1623),  R.  of  Stenigot,  Lines.  B.  there. 
School,  Orby  (Mr  Nottingham).  Matric.  1653.  Brother  of 
John  (1653).    (Peile,  i.  554.)    See  the  next. 

KENT,  TIMOTHY.  M.A.  Emmanuel,  1671  (Incorp.  from  Glas- 
gow). Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1671.  (Probably  same  as  the  last.) 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  1664.  One  of  these  names  C.  at  Denby 
Chapel,  Penistone,  Yorks.,  1665-91.  Died  there  Aug.  21, 
1691.  M.I.  at  Denby.  (M.  H.  Peacock.) 


Kenyon,  John 

KENT,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  1474-5.  S.  of  WiUiam.  M.A.  1478. 
Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  1478.  Died  1485.  He  left,  by 
will,  property  to  the  College,  including  the '  Katherine  Wheel' 
in  Trumpington  Street.   (Masters,  52.) 

KENT,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1547. 

KENT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Peterhouse,  Jan.  19, 
1634-5.  S.  of  Timothy  (1598),  R.  of  Donington-on-Bain, 
Lines.  Matric.  1634-5;  Scholar,  1637;  B.A.  1638-9;  M.A. 
1642.  R.  of  Stenigot,  Lines.,  c.  1644.  Perhaps  R.  of  Beach- 
ampton,  Bucks.,  Nov.  4,  1647.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1634-5). 
(Lines.  Pedigrees,  558,  1271.) 

KENT,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1638.  Of  Lincolnshire.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln) 
June  25,  1644. 

KENT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  Mar.  3, 
1696-7.  S.  of  Thomas,  currier.  B.  at  Porlock,  Somerset. 
Schools,  Taunton  and  Tiverton.  Matric.  1697.  Migrated  to 
St  John's,  Feb.  2,  1697-8,  age  19.  Buried  at  AH  Saints', 
Cambridge,  Jan.  11,  1699-1700. 

KENT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Magdalene,  Oct.  20, 
1714.  S.  of  WiUiam.  B.  at  Littlebury,  Essex.  School,  Walden. 
Matric.  1715;  B.A.  1718-9.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Feb.  22, 
1718-9  (as  of  St  John's). 

M..4.  or  higher  degree,  1473-4. 

.■\dm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1548. 

Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1556. 

Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  1640. 

KENTISH,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May  i, 
1721.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Baldock,  Herts.  School,  Bunting- 
ford  (Mr  England).   Matric.  1721;  Scholar,  1721;  M.B.  1726. 

KENTON,  NICHOLAS.  Carmelite  friar  of  Cambridge.  Of 
Ipswich.  B.  at  Kenton,  near  Framlingham,  Suffolk.  Educated 
at  the  convent  at  Ipswich.  Ord.  priest,  Dec.  i,  1420.  Chosen 
provincial,  1444;  resigned,  1456.  Chancellor  of  the  University, 
1445-6.  Described  as 'D.D.'  Learned  theologian.  Died  Sept. 

4,  1468,  at  Whitefriars.  Buried  in  the  cloisters  there.  (D.N.B. 
Pits,  657;  B.  Zimmerman.) 

KENVYNGE, .  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1544. 

KENWARD,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  25, 1646. 
Of  Kent. 

KENYON,  ADAMSON.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June 
12,  1708.  S.  of  Edward,  draper.  B.  at  Holmfirth-Bank, 
Yorks.  School,  Dronfield,  Derbs.  (Mr  Good).  Matric.  1708; 
B.A.  1712-3;  M.A.  1722.  Ord.  priest  (York)  Dec.  1715.  V.  of 
TidesweU,  Derbs.,  1719. 

KENION,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  12, 
1649.  S.  of  Roger,  gent.,  of  Park  Head,  Whalley,  Lanes. 
B.  there.  School,  Manchester  (Mr  Wickins).  B.A.  1652-3; 
M.A.  1656;  B.D.  1663.  FeUow,  1653.  R.ofSlaidbum,  Yorks., 
1659-1660.  R.  of  Prestwich,  Lanes.,  1660-8.  Married,  at 
Prestwich,  May  15,  1663,  Anne,  dau.  of  Richard  HoUand,  of 
Heaton,  Lanes.  Died  July  15,  1668.  Buried  at  Prestwich. 
Father  of  the  next.  (Seott-Mayor;  J.  Parker;  Vis.  of  Lanes., 
1664.) 

KENYON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  6, 
i68i.  S.  of  Edward  (above),  deceased,  R.  of  Prestwich.  B.  at 
Deane,  Lanes.,  Feb.  17,  1664-5.  School,  Stockport  (Mr  Need- 
ham).  Matric.  1681;  B..\.  1684-5;  M.A.  1688.  Fellow,  1685- 
9.  Died  Feb.  10,  1688-9.  M.I.  at  Stockport.  Brother  of 
Roger  (1682).   (J.  P.  Earwaker,  E.  Clieshire,  i.  358.) 

KENYON,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus.  May  14,  1668.  Of 
Denbighshire. 

KENYON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  May  6, 
1681.  S.  of  Roger,  Esq.,  Clerk  of  the  Peace.  B.  at  Peel,  in 
the  parish  of  Deane,  Lanes.  Bapt.  at  Deane,  Feb.  15,  1665-6. 
School,  Manchester  (Mr  Barrow).  Matric.  i68i;  B.A.  1684-5. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  12,  1684.  Called  to  the  Bar,  June 
30,  1691.  Ancient,  1709.  Bencher,  1715.  M.P.  for  Wigan, 
1713-5.  Of  Peel,  Lanes.,  Esq.,  Clerk  of  the  Peace.  Died  at 
Salford,  Dec.  i,  1728.  Buried  at  Deane.  Father  of  the  next 
and  of  Roger  (1719).   (Baines,  in.  148;  Vis.  of  Lanes.,  1664.) 

KENYON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  26,  1719. 

5.  of  George  (above),  barrister,  of  Peel,  Lanes.  Bapt.  at 
Deane,  Nov.  25,  1702.  School,  Manchester  (Mr  Barrow). 
Matric.  1719;  B..A.  1722-3;  M.A.  1726.  Fellow,  1725-32. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1750.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Apr. 
21,  1719.  Barrister,  1726.  Succeeded  his  father  at  Peel. 
Died  Dec.  28,  1780.  Brother  of  Roger  (1719).  (Al.  Oxon.; 
J.  Parker.) 

KENNION,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1580;  B.A. 
from  St  John's,  1583-4-  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Mar.  5, 1586-7. 
Perhaps  V.  of  Newton,  Norfolk,  1586.  C.  of  Wood  Enderby, 
Lines.,  1604. 


Kenyon,  John 

KENION,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  i6oi;  B.A. 
1604-5;  M.A.  1608.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Norwich)  June 
II,  1609,  age  25.  V.  of  Beniey,  Norfolk,  1611-27. 

KENYON,  LLOYD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  4, 
1714.  S.  of  Thomas,  barrister.  B.  at  Hanmer,  St  Asaph, 
Mar.  17,  1696.  School,  Manchester.  Matric.  1714.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  19,  1715,  as  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Man- 
chester. Of  the  Bryn,  Hanmer.  Married  Jane,  dau.  of  Robert 
Eddowes,  of  Eagle  Hall,  Cheshire.  Died  Dec.  (?  Sept.)  30, 
1773.  His  s.  Lloyd  became  Lord  Kenyon,  in  1788.  (Burke, 
L.G.;  Baines,  iii.  148;  J.  Parker.) 

KENYON,  MICHAEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1565. 
Probably  s.  of  William,  of  Manchester.  Perhaps  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1569.   {Peile,  1.  92.) 

KENION,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1588.  S.  of  Richard,  of  Manchester.  B.A.  1591-2;  M.A.  J595- 
Fellow  of  Manchester  College,  1602-15.  V.  of  Rochdale, 
1607-15.  R.  of  Stockport,  1614-5.  Buried  at  Manchester 
Collegiate  Church,  July  27,  1615. 

KENION,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1572; 
B.A.  1575-6;  M.A.  1579.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1580.  Ord. 
priest  (Norwich)  May  24,  1579.  R-  of  Harpley,  Norfolk,  i579- 

KINYON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  1637. 

KENION,  ROGER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Nov.  8, 
1635.  S.  of  Richard,  yeoman,  of  Billingford,  Norfolk.  B.  at 
Harpley,  Norfolk.  School,  Rudham  (private;  Mr  Robotham). 
Minister  of  Accrington,  Lanes.,  c.  1650-2.  C.  of  Ripponden, 
Yorks.,  1656-63  (according  to  Calamy  he  was  ejected  in  1662). 
V.  of  Orton,  Westmorland,  1663-1703.  Buried  there  Feb.  14, 
1703-4.   (B.  Nightingale;  J.  Parker;  E.  Axon.) 

KENYON,  ROGER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  10, 
1682.  S.  of  Edward  (1649),  deceased,  R.  of  Prestwich,  Lanes. 
Bapt.  there,  Aug.  19,  1666.  School,  Stockport  (MrNeedham). 
B.A.  1685-6.  Fellow,  1687-1713  (medical  fellow).  Perhaps 
adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  12,  1684;  'of  Stockport,  gent.' 
Licentiate  R.C.P.,  1703.  Non-juror,  1690.  Court  physician 
at  St  Germains  for  many  years.  Died  there.  Will  proved 
(P.C.C.)  Jan.  20,  1724-5;  as  of  St  Giles-in-the-Fields, 
Middlesex.  Brother  of  Edward  (1681).  {Munk,  ii.  13;  Vis. 
of  Lanes.,  1664;  J.  Parker.) 

KENYON,  ROGER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  31, 
1719.  S.  and  h.  of  George  (1681),  of  Lancashire.  Bapt.  at 
Deane,  July  2,  1701.  Schools,  Manchester  (Mr  Barrow)  and 
Stockport  (Mr  Dale).  Matric.  1719.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  Apr.  21,  1719.  Died  in  College.  Buried  at  All  Saints', 
Cambridge,  June  4,  1721.   Brother  of  George  (1719). 

KENNYON,  WALTER.  Adm.  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Mar.  24,  1562-3. 
S.  of  Ralph,  of  Winwick,  Lanes.  School,  Winwick.  B.A. 
1565-6.   R.  of  Bury,  Lanes.,  1568-70.   {Venn,  1.  51.) 

KENYTHORPE,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  Caius,  i597-  Of  Lincoln- 
shire. Matric.  from  University  College,  Oxford,  July  23,  159 1; 
B.A.  (St  Alban  Hall)  1594-5-   {Al.  Oxon.) 

KEPPEL,  ARNOLD  JOOST  VAN  (Earl  of  Albemarle).  LL.D. 
1705  {Lit.  Reg.).  S.  of  Oswolt  Van  Keppel,  Lord  of  Voorst  in 
Guelderland.  B.  1670.  Attended  the  Prince  of  Orange  to 
England  in  1688,  and  in  several  of  his  campaigns.  Created 
Baron  Ashford,  of  Ashford,  Kent;  Viscount  Bury,  of  Lanes., 
and  Earl  of  Albemarle,  1697.  K.G.,  1700.  Died  at  the  Hague, 
May  30,  1718.    {G.E.C.;  D.N.B.) 

KER,  see  KERR. 

KERCHER,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1587.  Scholar  from  Westminster.  B.A.  1590-1;  M.A.  1594; 
B.D.  1601;  D.D.  1606.  Fellow.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1594. 
R.  of  Corfe  Castle,  Dorset,  i6oo.  Preb.  of  Winchester,  1603- 
44.  R.  of  Fawley,  Hants.,  1613.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1614-44. 
Of  Norfolk;  grant  of  Arms  confirmed,  1606.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1644-5.  Had  a  son  Robert.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KERCHER,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1632.  Perhaps  s.  of  the  above.  B.A.  1635-6;  M.A.  1639.  Ord. 
priest  (Peterb.)  Dec.  18,  1641. 

KERCHER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  30,  1669; 
Scholar,  1671;  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1672-3;  M.A.  1676. 
Signed  for  deacon's  orders  (London)  June  12,  1674. 

KERCHEVER  or  KIRCHEVALL,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peter- 
house,  Apr.  14,  1582.  Matric.  1582;  Scholar,  1585-8;  B.A. 
1585-6. 

KERCHEVALL,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  5, 
1737-  S.  of  John,  clerk,  of  Lincolnshire.  B.  at  Grantham. 
School,  Oakham  (Mr  Adcock).  Matric.  1737;  B.A.  1740-1; 
M.A.  1744.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  20,  1741;  priest, 
Sept.  25,  1743.  R-  of  Thimbleby,  Lines.,  1743-67.  V.  of 
Scraptoft,  Leics.,  1767-85.  Died  Sept.  19,  1785.  {Scott- 
Mayor,  ni.  484.) 

KERCHIVALL,  ROGER.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  26,  1648. 
Of  Yorkshire.  Perhaps  of  Adwick-le-Street,  Doncaster. 


Kerry,  George 

KERCHEVALL,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's, 
Nov.  2,  1713.  S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  Orstone,  Notts.  School, 
Grantham  (MrTraughton).  Matric.  1714;  B.A.  1718-9.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  9,  1717-8;  priest,  June  22,  1718.  V.  of 
Little  Dalby,  Leics.,  1718-41.  R.  of  Cold  Overton,  1732-49. 
R.  of  Harby,  1740-9.  Died  Feb.  23,  1748-9.  M.I.  at  Cold 
Overton.    {Nichols,  II.  141.) 

KERDINGTON,  RALPH.  Master  of  Clare  Hall,  1342-59.  Had 
been  previously  Fellow  of  University  Hall. 

KERR,  Lord  ROBERT.  Adm.  nobleman  at  Trinity,  Oct.  30, 
1732.  2nd  s.  of  William,  3rd  Marquess  of  Lothian.  Matric. 
1732-3.  Captain  of  Grenadiers.  Killed  at  CuUoden,  Apr.  16, 
1746.    {G.E.C.) 

KERR,  WILLIAM.  'At  Cambridge  University  in  1621.'  Doubt- 
less the  William  CaiT  matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Queens',  Lent, 
1620-1;  as  of  Scotland,    ist  s.  of  Robert,  Earl  of  Ancrum. 

B.  c.  1605.  Accompanied  Buckingham  to  the  Isle  of  Rh6, 
1627.  Served  in  the  Expedition  against  Spain,  1629.  Created 
Earl  of  Lothian,  1631.  Governor  of  Newcastle,  Oct.  1640. 
Commissioner  of  the  Treasury,  1641.  Lieutenant-General  of 
the  Scots  Army  in  Ireland.  Privy  Councillor.  Falsely  accused 
of  treachery  while  abroad  and  imprisoned  on  his  return;  re- 
leased, 1643.  Joined  Argyll  in  the  expedition  against  Mon- 
trose, 1644.  Secretary  of  State  for  Scotland,  1648.  General 
of  the  Scottish  forces.'  1650.  Refused  to  take  the  Abjuration 
Oath,  1662.   Died  at  Newbottle,  Oct.  1675.   {D.N.B.) 

KERRIDGE,  JOHN.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Queens',  Sept.  12, 

1660.   Of  Suffolk. 
KERRICH,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1681.    Of 

Norfolk.    Matric.  Michs.   1683;  B.A.  1684-5.    Ord.  deacon 

(Norwich)  Dec.  1686;  priest,  Dec.  1687.    R.  of  Stamfield, 

Suffolk,  1690. 

KERRICH,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  July  5,  1710. 
S.  of  Walter,  brewer,  of  Harkston,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
Schools,  Gissing  (Mr  Calver),  Beccles  (Mr  Leeds)  and  Bury 
(Mr  Randall).  Matric.  1710;  Scholar,  1710-6;  M.B.  1717; 
M.D.  1722.  Fellow,  1716-30.  Practised  physic  at  Bury  St 
Edmunds.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Simon  Patrick  and  grand- 
dau.  of  the  Bishop.  Died  at  Bury,  Oct.  9,  1762.  M.I.  at  St 
Mary's,  Bury.  Fatherof  Simon  (1747).  (F^nn,  i.  523;  Burke, 
L.G.) 

KERRICH,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May  18,  1725. 
S.  of  Thomas,  druggist,  of  Harleston,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
School,  Harleston  (Mr  Muns  and  Mr  Smith).  Scholar,  1725- 
32;  Matric.  1726.  Adm.  pens.  June,  1726.  B.A.  1728-9; 
Sl.A.  1732.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  20,  1730;  priest 
(Lincoln)  Sept.  14,  1732.  Perhaps  R.  of  South  Elmham, 
Suffolk,  1732;  of  Banham,  Norfolk,  1735-72;  and  of  Win- 
farthing,  1749-74.  V.  of  Buckenham  St  Martin,  1745-74. 
Half-brother  of  the  next.   {Venn,  u.  23;  Burke,  L.G.) 

KERRICH,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1714.  Of 
Norfolk.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Harleston,  Norfolk.  Bapt.  Aug.  6, 
1696.  Matric.  1714,  as  'Kenrick';  B.A.  1717-8;  M.A.  1721; 
D.D.  1735.  Fellow,  1719-29.  V.  of  Dersingham,  Norfolk, 
1729-68.  R.  of  West  Newton,  1729-31.  R.  of  Wolferton, 
1731.  Died  Mar.  8,  1768,  aged  72.  M.I.  at  Dersingham. 
Half-brother  of  John  (above).   (Burke,  L.G.) 

KERRICH,  SIMON.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1747.  Of 
Cambridgeshire.  S.  of  John  (1710),  of  Bury  St  Edmunds, 
M.D.  B.  July  20,  1731.  School,  Bury.  Matric.  1747.  Died 
Sept.  16,  1751,  aged  20.   {Bury  School;  S.H.A.H.) 

KERINGTON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1622; 
B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  30; 
priest.  May  31,  1629. 

KERRINGTON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke, 
Dec.  18,  1672.  S.  of  Henry,  gent.  B.  at  Glemsford,  Suffolk. 
Matric.  1673;  B.A.  1676-7;  M.A.  1680.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Nov.  1679;  priest.  Mar.  1679-80.  R.  of  Tacolneston,  Norfolk, 
1681.   Perhaps  brother  of  William  (1674). 

KERRINGTON,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1623; 
M.A.  1627.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  20;  priest,  Sept.  21, 
1629. 

KERRINGTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  21, 
1644;  B.A.  1648-9. 

KERRINGTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Pembroke,  Oct.  1, 
1674.  S.  of  Henry,  of  Fordham,  Cambs.,  gent.  Matric.  1675; 
B.A.  1678-9;  M.A.  1682.   Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  May,  1684; 

C.  of  Wiston,  Suffolk. 

KERISFORTH,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1576.  Perhaps  2nd  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Keresforth,  Bamsley, 
Yorks.  Described  as  of  the  Isle  of  Ely,  in  1585.  {Vis.  of 
Yorks.,  1665.) 

KERRY,  GEORGE.  M.A.  1726  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
John,  of  Cretingdon,  Oxon.,  clerk.  Matric.  from  Merton 
College,  Oxford,  Jan.  26,  1707-8,  age  14;  B.A.  (All  Souls, 
Oxford)  1715;  M.A.  1719.  V.  of  Islington,  Middlesex,  1720- 
33.  Died  May  13,  1733.  {Al.  Oxon.) 


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Kerry,  Henry 

KERRY,  HENRY.   M.A.  1615  (on  King's  visit). 

KERRY,   JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,   Lent, 

1623-4.   Perhaps  B.A.  1628-9. 
KERRY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1598.  Of  Suffolk. 
B.A.  1606,  as  Kyrre.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  29,  1601, 
age  23;  C.  of  Caston. 
KERY,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1592.    One 

of  these  names  V.  of  Kirk  Ella,  Vorks.,  in  1605. 
KERSEBOOM,   JOHN.    Adm.   at  Corpus  Christi,    i733-    Of 

Nottinghamshire.   Matric.  1733;  B.A.  1737-8- 
KERSEY,  JOHN  (1480),  see  CARSEY. 

KERSEY  or  CAR3EY, .  B.A.  1506. 

KERSHAW,  see  KIRSHAW. 

KERSHEY  or  KIRCHEY,  ABRAHAM.    Adm.  sizar  at  Peter- 
house,  Oct.  16,  1593.  Matric.  i593;  B-A-  1596-7;  M-A.  1602. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1603. 
KERSWELL,  JOHN.   M.A.  1634  (Incorp.  from  0.\ford).  Matric. 
(Oxford)  1621;  B.A.  (Corpus  Christi,  Oxford)  1624-5;  M.A. 
1627-8;  B.D.  1636. 
KESTIAN  or  KESTYN,  NICHOLAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age   17)   at 
Christ's,  Feb.  24,  1630-1.  S.  of  Richard.  B.  at  Gt  Bowden, 
Leics.   School,  Harborough  (Mr  Orpen).   B.A.  1634-5;  M.A. 
1638.    R.  of  Gumley,  Leics.,  1644-62,  ejected.   Afterwards 
pastor  of  a  congregation  at  Leicester.   Died  aged  76.   {Peile, 
1   407.) 
KESTIAN,  RICHARD,  see  KEISTON. 
KETCHENER,  EDWARD,  see  KITCHENER. 
KETERICHE,  EDWARD.    Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Pembroke, 
Apr.  21,  1738.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  London,  gent.   Matric.  1738; 
B.A.  1742-3;  M.A.  1776.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  1743; 
priest,  June,  1745.  R.  of  Water  Newton,  Hunts.,  1755-1807. 
Died  1807. 
KETHER,  THOMAS.   Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  9,  1656.   Of 

Yorkshire.    Perhaps  of  Wheldrake,  Drif&eld. 
KETLAND,  EDWARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1544- 
KETLET,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Peterhousk,  Apr.  12, 

1637.   Of  Kent.  School,  Rochester. 
KETT  or  KETTE,  EDWARD.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's, 

Michs.  1575. 
KETT,  ESAU.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Jan.  21,  1639-40. 
S.  of  Stephen,  butcher,  of  Wymondham,  Norfolk.  Bapt. 
there,  Dec.  30,  1621.  School,  Wymondham  (Mr  Lock). 
Matric.  1640;  B.A.  1643-4.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Norwich) 
Sept.  22,  1644.  C.  of  Crown thorpe,  Norfolk.  V.  of  Wickle- 
wood,  1653-88.  R.  of  Crownthorpe,  1657-88.  Married,  at 
St  Peter's,  Norwich,  1654,  Ann,  sister  of  Richard  Wright. 
Will  dated  June  3,  1687;  proved  (Norwich  C.C.)  1688. 
(Venn,  I.  337;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 
KETT,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1566.  S.  of 
Thomas,  of  Wymondham,  Norfolk,  and  grandson  of  Robert, 
the  tanner.  Migrated  to  Corpus  Christi,  1569.  B.A.  1569-70; 
M.A.  1573;  M.D.  1581.  FeUow  of  Corpus  Christi,  1573-80. 
In  Holy  Orders.  Burnt  for  heresy  at  Norwich,  Jan.  14, 
1588-9.  (Cooper,  II.  38;  D.N.B.;  H.  G.  Harrison;  G.  Kett, 
Pedigree,  1913.) 
KETT,  ROBERT.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  27,  1607. 

Matric.  1607  (entered  in  Matric.  and  Degrees  as  '  Jett'). 
KETT,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1639.   Of  Norfolk.   One  of  these  names  schoolmaster  at  Gt 
Bardfield,  Essex-,  in  1664. 

KETT, .  Fee  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1468-9. 

KETTEN  or  KETEN,  HENRY.    B.A.  of  Peterhouse,  in  1385; 

M.A.  in  1389.  Fellow,  Dec.  23,  1385-1400.  Ord.  priest  (Ely) 

Apr.  7,  1386.    Perhaps  R.  of  St  Mary  Abchurch,  London, 

1425.    (T.  A.  Walker.) 

KETON,  JOHN,  see  KEYTON. 

KETTLE,  HUMPHREY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Feb.  21,  1650-x. 

Matric.  1650-1. 
KETLE  or  KEYTELL,  JOHN.  B.A.  1537-8. 
KETTLE,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  8,  1640. 
S.  of  John,  of  Pulham  Market,  Norfolk.   B.  there.   Schools, 
Pulham  Market  (Mr  Peake)  and  Diss  (Mr  Lancetter).  Matric. 
1640. 
KETTLE,  PHILIP.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1595.   Of 
Norfolk.  B.A.  1599-1600;  M.A.  1603.  Fellow,  1601-6.  Buried 
at  All  Saints',  Cambridge,  Feb.  28,  1605-6.    Will  proved 
(V.C.C). 
KETTLE,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  24,  1575.    Of  King's  Langley,  Herts.    Matric. 
1575;  B.A.  1579-80;  M.A.  1583.    Fellow,  1578-94.    Incorp. 
at  Oxford,  1586.    R.  of  Dunton  Waylett,  Essex,  1593-1622. 
Died  Jan.  1621-2.  Will  (Cons.  C.  London)  1622. 


Kettlewell,  Thomas 

KETTYL, .  Matric.  pens.  Easter,  1344.  Probably  a  scholar 

of  Christ's,  1542-3. 

KETTLEBURGH,  GARDINER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus 
Christi,  Easter,  1657.  Of  Suffolk.  2nd  s-  of  Benjamin,  of 
Elmswell,  Suffolk.  Of  Elmswell,  Esq.  Married  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Thomas  Hall,  of  Drinkstone,  Suffolk,  Feb.  6,  1661-2. 
Will  (Bury)  1671.   (Vis.  of  Suffolk,  1664;  V.  B.  Redstone.) 

KETTLEBOROUGH,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  16, 
1609.  Matric.  1609;  Scholar;  B.A.  1612-3;  M.A.  1616.  One 
of  these  names,  of  Heverland,  Norfolk,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Feb.  16,  1623-4. 

KETTLEBOROUGH,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene, 
Michs.  i6ii;  B.A.  1615-6.  Buried  at  St  Giles",  .Cambridge, 
Apr.  18,  1617. 

KETTLEBY,  FRANCIS.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1619-20.  V.  of 
Chislet,  Kent,  1628-9.  V.  of  Heme,  1629-34  ('D.D.').  One 
Francis  KetUeby,  D.D.,  R.  of  Scotter,  Lines.,  1660.  (H.  G. 
Harrison.) 

KETTLEBY,  HARRINGTON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius, 
Dec.  3,  1692.  S.  of  Richard  (1660),  R.  of  Stonham  Aspall, 
Suffolk.  B.  at  Stonham  Earl.  School,  Stonham  (Mr  Steven- 
son). Matric.  1693;  Scholar,  1693-70;  B.A.  1696-7;  M.A. 
1700.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  23,  1699;  priest  (London) 
Dec.  22,  1700.  R.  of  Gt  Wratting,  Suffolk,  1709;  of  Willingale 
Doe,  Essex,  1715-21.  Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Dysart.  Died 
1721.    (Venn,  i.  492.) 

KETTLEBY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Feb.  8,  1681-2.  S.  of 
John,  of  East  Grinstead,  Sussex,  Esq.  Matric.  1682;  B.A. 
1685-6;  M.A.  1689.   Brother  of  the  next. 

KETTLEBY,  RALPH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  18,  1687. 
S.  of  John,  of  East  Grinstead,  Sussex,  Esq.  Matric.  1687; 
B.A.  1692-3;  M.A.  1706.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  12, 
1692-3;  priest  (London)  June  11,  1693.  Brother  of  John 
(above). 

KETELBY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Sept.  7,  1612. 
Of  Salop.  Perhaps  2nd  s.  of  George,  of  Stepill.  (Vis.  of 
Skrops.,  1623.) 

KETTLEBY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  Apr. 
30,  1660.  S.  of  Walter.  B.  at  Stottesden,  Salop.  School, 
Newport  (Mr  Chaloner).  Matric.  1661-2;  B.A.  1663-4;  M.A. 
1667.  R.  of  Greeting  St  Peter,  Suffolk,  1665-73.  R.  of 
Stonham  Aspall,  1673-1703.  Buried  there  Sept.  11,  1703. 
Father  of  Harrington  (1692).   (Peile,  i.  591.) 

KETTILBY,  WALTER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Feb.  24, 1732-3. 

S.    of    Samuel,    collector    of    customs,    Berwick-on-Tweed. 

Scholar,  1732-3.    Married,  at  Norham,  Oct.  5,  1738,  Mary, 

dau.  of  William  Ord,  of  Norham.    Died  July,  1771.    Will, 

P.C.C.    (H.  M.  Wood.) 
KETTLESTON,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1548.   Migrated  to  Corpus  Christi,  1550.   B.A.  1550-1;  M.A. 

1554.    Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  i555;  refused  to  subscribe 

the  Popish  Articles,  1555-  Fellow  of  Caius  (by  charter),  1557- 

60.   Received  tonsure  (London)   1554;  sub-deacon,  Dec.  21, 

1554.    (Venn,  i.  43.) 
KETTLETON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

1478;  B.A.  1482.  Fellow.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Apr.  3,  1484. 

R.  of  St  Peter's,  Shaftesbury,  1491-1509;  and  of  St  Martin's, 

1494.    ChanceUor  of  Lichfield,  1506-9.    WiU  (P.C.C.)  1510. 

(J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
KETTLEWELL,  FRANCIS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs. 

1571;  B.A.  1576-7.  Ord.  priest  (Durham)  Dec.  21,  1578.   R. 

of   Croxby,   Lines.,    1582-92.     R.   of   Beelsby,    1591-1626. 

Admon.  (Lincoln)  1627. 
KETTLEWELL,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1597. 

School,  Sedbergh. 
KETTLEWELL,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  May  3, 

1667.  S.  of  Arthur,  goldsmith,  of  Gatesend,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 

School,  Lynn  (Mr  Bell).    Matric.   1667;   Scholar,   1668-72; 

B.A.  1670-1.   (Venn,  i.  430.) 
KETTLEWELL,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 

1602;  B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1605-6.    Ord.  deacon  and 

priest  (Norwich)  Jan.  25,  1606-7,  age  24.   C.  of  Gunthorpe, 

Norfolk.  V.  of  East  Rudham,  1612-25.  V.  of  West  Rudham, 

1616-25. 
KETTLEWELL,  SETH.    Adm.  pens,  (age  about  16)  at  Caius, 

Apr.  23,  1623.  S.  of  Valerius  (1589),  R.  of  Tattersett,  Norfolk. 

School,  Lynn  (Mr  Robinson).    Matric.   1623.    Migrated  to 

Trinity,  1625.   B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1630.    Fellow  of  Trinity, 

1627-36.  Buried  in  the  College  Chapel,  July  23,  1635.  Will 

proved  (V.C.C).    (Venn,  i.  262.) 
KETTLEWELL,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 

1602;  B.A.  1607-8;  M.A.  1611.   Ord.  deacon  (Ely);  priest, 

Sept.  25, 1608.  R.ofSwallow,  Lines.,  1612.  R.  of  Saltfleetby 

St  Clement,  1622. 


Kettlewell,  Thomas 

KETTLEWELL,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  i6)  at  Sidney, 

Oct.  5,  1670.  ist  s.  of  Robert,  clerk,  of  Nun-Monkton,  Yorks. 

Schools,   Nun-Monkton   and  Newton.    Matric.   1670;   B.A. 

1674-5.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Feb.  1674-5;  priest,  Feb.  1675-6. 
KETTLEWELL,    VALERIUS.     Matric.    pens,    from    Corpus 

Christi,  Michs.  1589;  B.A.  1594-5;  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1598. 

Ord.   priest  (Colchester)    May   5,    1595.     R-  of  Tattersett, 

Norfolk,  1601.  Father  of  Seth  (1623). 
KETTRING,  THOMAS.   B.D.  1502-3.   A  friar. 

KETTWOOD, .   B.D.  1506-7. 

KETTYL,  see  KETTLE. 

KEWE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1564; 

B.A.  1566-7.  One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1567. 
KEYE,  ALEXANDER.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1561.    Of  Lancashire;  'Caecus  natus.'    B.A.  1563-4;  M.A. 

1567;  B.D.  from  Magdalene,  1574.  Fellow  of  St  John's,  1565. 

University  preacher,  1569.   R.  of  Combes,  Suffolk,  1574-5- 
KEY,  ANTHONY.   Incorp.  D.D.  1682,  from  St  Andrews. 
KAYE,  ARTHUR.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1552. 

Perhaps  scholar  of  Christ's,  1553-4-  Preb.  of  Carlisle,  1571-5- 

R.  of  Hoyland,  1576-92.  V.  of  Doncaster,  Yorks.,  1579-1614. 

R.  of  Rossington,  1591-1614.    Dean  of  Doncaster.    Buried 

Jan.  15,  1613-4.   (Hunter,  i.  36.) 
KAY,  ARTHUR.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Nov.  22,  i745- 

S.  of  William,  of  '  Raythorp,'  Yorks.  (?  Caythorpe,  see  John, 

1723).   School,  Beverley  (Mr  Clark).    Matric.  1746;  Scholar, 

1749;  B.A.  1749-50.   V.  of  Poslingford,  Suffolk,  1767-1804. 

Died  1804.   Probably  brother  of  the  next. 
KAY,  EDMUND.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  June  8,  1737. 

S.  of   William,  of  Caythorpe,  Bridlington,  Yorks.    School, 

Beverley  (Mr  Clark). 
CAYE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1573;  B.A. 

1579-80;  M.A.  1582.   Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  29,  1583. 

R.  of  Earsham,  Norfolk,  1585.   ' 
CAYE   or   KEYE,    EDWARD.     Matric.   pens,   from   Trinity, 

Easter,    1576;    B.A.    1579-80.     Ord.    deacon    (Worcester); 

priest  (Ely)  Dec.  21,  1580,  age  25.  Chanter  at  Ely  Cathedral. 
KAYE  or  CAY,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1616;  B.A.  1618-9;  M..^.  1622.   Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Sept. 

23,  1627.   R.  of  Sotherton,  Suffolk,  1633-44.   R.  of  Tunstall 

and  Dunningivorth,  1638-44,  ejected.    Married,  at  Tunstall, 

Jan.  1638-9,  Mary  Wilbie,  widow.   (V.  B.  Redstone.) 
KEY,   ELLIS.    Adm.  pens,   (age   16)  at  Pembroke,  Jan.   30, 

1698-9.    ist  s.  of  John  (1662),  of  Leadenham,  Lines.,  gent. 

B.  at  Leadenham.    Matric.  1699.   Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Oct. 

22,  1701.    Of  Leadenham.    Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Edward 

Storer,  M.D.,  of  Buckminster,  Leics.  Buried  at  Leadenham, 

Feb.  12,  1723-4.   Will  dated  Dec.  5,  1723.   Father  of  John 

(1741).    {Lines.  Pedigrees,  561.) 
KEYE  or  KAYE,  FRANCIS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  May, 

1574;   B.A.    1577-8;   M.A.    1581.    Ord.  deacon  and  priest 

(Durham)   June,    1584.    Head  Master  of  Durham  School, 

1579-93-     V.   of    Heighington,    Durham,    1584-93.     V.    of 

Northallerton,    Yorks.,    1593-1624.     Died   Sept.    15,    1624. 

(Peile,  I.  129;  H.  M.  Wood.) 
KAYE,   FRANCIS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,   Easter,    1579. 

Probably  s.  of  John,  of  Woodsome,  Yorks.,  Esq.  B.A.  1582- 

3;  M.A.  1586.  V.  of  Long  Sutton,  Lines.,  1591-1601.  Buried 

at  Almondbury,  Yorks.,  Jan.  2,  1600-1.    Admoa.  Lincoln. 

(Lines.  Pedigrees,  555;  C.  A.  Hulbert,  Almondbury.) 
KEY  or  KAYE,  FRANCIS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent, 

1584-5.  Of  Yorkshire.  One  of  these  names  C.  of  St  Margaret, 

Westminster,  c.  1590-5. 
KEY,    FRANCIS.     Matric.   pens,   from   Christ's,   July,    1608. 

Perhaps  s.  of  Francis  (1574),  of  Northallerton.  B.A.  1611-2; 

M.A.    1615.     Ord.   priest    (York)    1620.     R.   of   Wellbury, 

Northallerton,  1622.   (Peile,  1.  269.) 
KEY,  GEORGE.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1563.   Of 

Yorkshire.  B.A.  1565-6;  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1569.  Fellow 

of  St  John's,   1567.    Ord.  deacon  (Ely)   Mar.  23,   1566-7; 

priest,  Sept.  21,   1567.    R.  of  Huggate,   Yorks.,   1572-98. 

Buried  there,  Feb.  7,  1597-8. 
KEY,  GEORGE.    Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  i,   1593.    Of 

Yorkshire.    Matric.  1593;  B..\.  1596-7;  M.A.   1600.    V.  of 

TopcUffe,    Yorks.,    1614.     Will   (P.C.C.)    1655.     Father   of 

William  (1632). 
KEY  or  CAY,  GILES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1563-4; 

B.A.  from  Christ's,  1566-7;  M.A.  from  Clare,  1572.    V.  of 

Elkesley,  Notts.,  1569. 
KAYE,  HENRY  (?  ROGER).    Fellow  of  Pembroke.    Ord.  sub- 
deacon,  1454.   R.  of  Burwell,  Cambs. 
KEY  or  KAY,  HENRY.    Scholar  or  FeUow  of  King's  Hall, 

1447-59.   Of  Yorkshire.   Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  1,  1454-5. 

Will  (P.C.C.)  1484,  of  one  of  these  names;  clerk,  of  Walling- 


Key,  John 

ton,  Herts.,  and  Workington,  Cumberland.  Legacies  to 
Pembroke,  Queens'  and  St  Thomas'  Hostel,  Cambridge. 
(J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KAYES,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Feb.  21,  1693-4.  Of 
Derbyshire.  S.  of  Henry,  of  Hopewell,  Derbs.,  SheriS,  1678. 
Matric.  1694;  Scholar,  1694.  Succeeded  his  father  at  Hope- 
weU.  Married  Margaret,  dau.  of  William  BeUasis,  of  York- 
shire.   (F.M.G.,  458.) 

CAY,  HENRY  BOULT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  2,  1748. 
S.  of  John,  of  Gray's  Inn.  B.  in  London,  May  31,  1731. 
Matric.  1748;  B.A.  1752;  M.A.  1755-  Fellow,  i755-7o.  Of 
the  Middle  Temple.  Steward  of  the  County  Court  of  Middle- 
sex.  Died  in  London,  Feb.  24,  i795- 

KAYE,  HORATIO.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  July  10, 
1657.  S.  of  William,  R.  of  Stokesley,  Yorks.  School,  Don- 
caster (Mr  Rob.  Bower).  Matric.  1657.  V.  of  Bamby,  Yorks. 

KEY,  HUGH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  May  14,  1720. 
S.  of  William,  of  Wigginton,  Yorks.,  clerk.  School,  Shipton 
(Mr  Liddle).   Matric.  1720;  Scholar,  1722;  B.A.  1723-4- 

KEYES,  ISAAC.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1661;  B.A.  1662.  V.  of  Margaretting,  Essex,  1664-72.  R.of 
Stanway  Magna,  167 1-7. 

KEY  or  KAY,  JAMES.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1559.  B.  c.  1536.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1562-3.  Ord.  priest 
(Peterb.)  Mar.  16,  1564-5.  R.  of  Gayton-le-Marsh,  Lines., 
1572.   Admon.  (Lincoln)  1597. 

KEY,  JAMES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1561;  B.A. 
1562-3;  M..\.  1566.   Fellow.   WiU  proved  (V.C.C.)  1569. 

KAY,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  Apr.  8,  1661. 
S.  of  James,  of  Bolton,  Lanes.  One  of  these  names,  school- 
master, buried  at  Bury,  Lanes.,  Dec.  6,  1678.   (E.  Axon.) 

KEY,  JOHN.  Carmelite  of  Cambridge.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Apr. 
14,  1487.    (B.  Zimmerman.) 

KEYS,  JOHN  (1529),  see  CAIUS. 

KEYE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Feb.  1563-4;  B.A. 
1565-6;  M.A.  1569.   Probably  V.  of  ShiUington,  Beds.,  1568. 

KAYE  or  CAY,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1577; 
B.A.  1580-1;  M.A.  1584.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Jan.  10, 
1583-4;  priest,  Jan.  4,  1584-5.  R.  of  Tetford,  Lines.,  1584. 
Admon.  (Lincoln)  1617. 

KEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Clare,  Easter,  1583. 
Probably  migrated  to  Oxford.  Matric.  from  Hart  Hall,  Feb. 
19,  1584-5,  age  15;  B.A.  1586-7.  Of  Berkshire,  gent.  (Al. 
Oxon.) 

KEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  June,  1584;  B.A.  as 
Kaye,  1587-8;  M.A.  1591.  Possibly  V.  of  North  Mundham, 
Sussex,  1612;  and  V.  of  Hunston,  1615-6.  Will  of  John  Keay, 
of  North  Mundham  (Chichester)  1624.    (Peile,  i.  179-) 

KEYES,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1595. 

KEY  or  KAYE,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Queens*,  May  30, 
1595.  Of  Yorkshire.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Robert,  of  Wood- 
some,  Yorks.  Bapt.  at  Almondbury,  Oct.  26,  1578.  Matric. 
1595.  Knighted,  May  27,  1607.  M.P.  for  Eye,  1610-1. 
Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Feme,  of  Temple  Belwood, 
Knt.  Buried  at  Almondbury,  Mar.  9,  1640-1.  Doubtless 
father  of  John  (1633).  (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665;  C.  A.  Hulbert, 
Almondbury.) 

KEYES,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1596.  This,  or 
the  above  (if  two),  B.A.  1599-1600;  M.A.  1603. 

KEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  July  4,  1604.  S.  of 
Edward  (1573),  R.  of  Earsham,  Norfolk.  School,  Bungay 
(Mr  Ward  and  Mr  Smyth). 

KAY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  18,  1622,  S. 
of  Edmund,  gent.  B.  at  Kirkhammerton,  Wetherby,  Yorks. 
School,  Coxwold.  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  One  of  these 
names  minister  of  Dewsbury,  Yorks.,  1656-64.  Lecturer  at 
Leeds  parish  church,  1664-77.  V.  of  St  John's,  Leeds,  1677- 
83.   Father  of  Joseph  (1672).   (A.  Gray;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 

KAYES,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1628.  Of  Derbyshire.   B.A.  1631-2. 

KAY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter,  1628; 
B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635. 

KAY,  JOHN.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1633. 
Of  Woodsome,  Yorks.  Doubtless  s.  of  John  (i595)-  Bapt.  at 
Almondbury,  Aug.  15,  161 6.  Colonel  of  a  regiment  of  horse 
in  the  King's  service.  Suffered  much  during  the  Civil  War. 
Knighted,  May  24,  1641.  Created  Bart.,  Feb.  4,  1641-2. 
Died  July  15,  1662.   Buried  at  Almondbury.   (G.E.C.) 

KEYES,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  18,  1637.  Matric. 
1637;  B.A.  1641-2.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Sandwich, 
Kent,  1643. 

KAIE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  1645. 


Key,  John 

KEY  or  KAY,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Sept.  ii,  1646; 

B.A.  1648-9;  M.A.  1662.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  17; 

priest,  May  25,  1662. 
KAY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Magdalene,  Apr.  8,  1657. 

S.  of  John,   late  of  Almondbury,   Yorks.    School,   Leeds. 

Matric.  1657.   Migrated  to  Clare,  Apr.  23,  1658.   Buried  at 

St  Edward's,  Cambridge,  Sept.  i,  1660. 
KEY,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  ir,  1662. 

ist  s.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Leadenham,  Lines.    B.  there. 

School,  Grantham  (Mr  Stokes).    Matric.  1663;  B.A.  1665-6. 

Of  Leadenham.    Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Thomas  Ellis,  of 

WeUingore, Lines.  Fatherof Eliis(i698-9).  (Litics. Pedigrees, 

56i.) 
KAYE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Jesus,  Apr.  27,  1674. 

Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1677;  B.A.  1677-8. 
KAY,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  14,  1698. 

S.  of  John,  druggist,  deceased.    B.  at  Huddersfield,  Yorks. 

School,  Beverley  (Mr  Lambert).   Matric.  1698;  M.B.  1703. 
KAY,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  22)  at  St  John's,  Nov.  ii,  1701. 

S.  of  Abraham,  deceased.  B.  at  Almondbury,  Yorks.  School, 

Batley   (Mr   Pearson).     Matric.   1702;   B.A.    1706-7.    Ord. 

deacon  (York)  June,  1705. 
KEY,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Mar.  3,  171 1-2. 

S.  of  Jonathan,  of  Newport,  Shrops.    School,  Newport  (Mr 

Greenwood).  Matric.  1712;  Scholar,  1715;  B.A.  1715-6.  Ord. 

priest  (York)  June,  1718. 
KAY,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  26,  1720. 

S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman,  of  Lancashire.  B.  at  Leigh,  near 

Manchester.    School,  Bradford,   Yorks.   (Mr  Hill).    Matric. 

1720;  B.A.  1723-4;  M.A.  1727.  Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Lincoln, 

Liu.  dim.  from  Chester)  Feb.  21,  1724-5.    Probably  P.C.  of 

Ellenbrook  Chapel,  Worsley,  Lanes.,  c.  1725.    One  of  these 

names  (M.A.)  preb.  of  York,  1731-5.   Died  1735. 
KAY,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  July  i,  1723. 

S.  of  William,  of  Caythorpe,  Yorks.    School,  Kirkleatham, 

Yorks.   (Mr  Clark).    Matric.   1724.     Probably  ord.   deacon 

(Lincoln)   Mar.   17,   1727-8;   priest,  June   16,   1728.    V.  of 

Roxton,  Beds.,  1728.   V.  of  Moulton,  Northants.,  1736. 
KEY,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  i,  1726. 

S.  of  William,  of  Derbyshire.    B.  at  Chesterfield.    School, 

Chesterfield  (Mr  Burrow).   Matric.  1726;  B.A.  1729-30. 
KEY,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  July  8,  1741. 

S.  of  Ellis  (1698-9),  of  Grantham,  Lines,  and  Leadenham. 

Bapt.  at  Leadenham,  June  3,  1723.   School,  Grantham  (Mr 

Bacon).  Migrated  to  Oxford.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  College, 

Jan.  20,  1743-4.   High  Sheriff  of  Lines.,  1773.   Died  Apr.  i, 

1789.   {Lines.  Pedigrees,  562.) 
KAYE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Dec.  3,  1751. 

Of  Penn,  Staffs.   Matric.  pens.  Lent,  1752;  B.A.  1756;  M.A. 

1759.   Fellow,  1757. 
KAYE,  JOSEPH.    Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Apr.  12,  1672.    S.  of 

John  (1622),  clerk,  minister  at  Leeds,  Yorks.   Matric.  1672; 

Scholar,  1673;  B.A.  1675-6.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1677; 

priest.   May  29,   1681.    Usher  of  Leeds  Grammar  School, 

1676-8.    (M.  H.  Peacock.) 
KEY,  JOSEPH.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  8,  1720. 

S.  of  Benjamin,  of  Abthorpe,  Towcester,  Northants.    B.  in 

London.   School,  St  Paul's,  London.   Matric.  1720;  Scholar, 

1727;  B.A.  1723-4;  M.A.  1727.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec. 

18,    1726;   priest   (Peterb.,   Litt.  dim.  from  Coventry  and 

Lichfield)  Feb.  18,   1727-8.    V.  of  Monks   Kirby,  Warws., 

1728-83.  V.  of  Austrey.   Buried  at  Abthorpe,  May  31,  1783. 

M.L   Will  (P.C.C.)  1783;  as  of  Austrey.   (H.  L  Longden.) 
KEYE,  MARTIN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1568; 

B.A.  from  Christ's,  1572-3;  M.A.  1576;  B.D.  1583.    Fellow 

of  Christ's,  1578-88.   Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Ely)  Jan.  21, 

1577-8.    Lady  Margaret  preacher,  1586.    Preb.  of  Exeter, 

1596-1630.    V.  of  Staverton,  Devon.    Will  (P.C.C.)    1631. 

{Cooper,  II.  23.) 
KAY,  MAURICE.   Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  18,  1672.    Re- 

adm.  Fell. -Com.  July  9,  1672.  Matric.  1673.  Adm.  at  Gray's 

Inn,  Sept.  17,  1672,  as  s.  and  h.  of  John,  citizen  and  Merchant 

Taylor  of  London. 
KEYE,  RALPH.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1567. 

Ord.  deacon  (Norwich);  applied  for  priest  (Ely)  Dec.  1569, 

but  rejected.   Then  age  25. 
KEYE,  RICHARD.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1554. 
KAYE,   RICHARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.   1571; 

B.A.  1575-6;  M.A.  1579.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Mar.  25,  1586. 

V.  of  Horbling,  Lines.,  1595-6.    Perhaps  R.  of  Toynton  St 

Peter,  1597-1604.  Admon.  (Lincoln)  1604. 
KAYE,  RICHARD.   Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 

1578. 
KAYE,  RICHARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1619; 

B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1627.    Ord. 

deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  24;  priest,  Dec.  25,  1626.   Doubtless 


Key,  Thomas  Milward 

V.  of  Holne,  Devon,  1628.  Sequestered,  and  died  before  the 
Restoration.  Of  a  Devon  family;  owned  property  in  Rattery, 
which  was  forfeited  in  1652.  His  widow,  Averia,  presented 
to  Holne  in  1660.  Possibly  s.  of  Martin  (1568).  (Walker, 
Sufferings.) 

KAYE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Nov.  4, 
1637.  S.  of  Thomas  (i6oi),  R.  of  Bamborough,  Yorks.  B.  at 
'  Ludley,'  Salop.  Schools,  York  and  Coxwold.  B.A.  1641-2; 
M.A.  1646.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  June  28,  1646. 
R.  of  Barnborough,  1662-86.  Died  1686.  Father  of  Thomas 
(1671-2). 

KAY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Oct.  5,  1687. 
Of  Richmondshire,  Yorks.  Matric.  1687;  B.A.  1690-1;  M.A. 
1694.  Ord.  priest  (York)  May  12,  1692-3.  Perhaps  V.  of 
Bilton,  Yorks.;  R.  of  Moor  Monkton;  and  father  of  Richard 
(1723)  and  William  (1728).   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 

KAY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  July  8,  1703. 
S.  of  Thomas,  nonconformist  minister  at  Walton-le-Dale, 
Lanes.  Educated  at  the  Academies  of  R.  Frankland  and 
J.  Chorlton.  Matric.  1704.  In  Jan.  1705-6  was  'now  in 
Chester,  prest  for  a  soldier  and  hurried  to  Ireland.'  {Nichol- 
son and  Axon,  602.) 

KAY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  28, 
1723.  S.  of  Richard,  clerk,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at  Moor 
Monkton,  near  York.  School,  Sedbergh  (Dr  Saunders). 
Matric.  1723;  B.A.  1726-7;  M.A.  1733.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
July  21,  1728;  priest  (Lincoln)  Feb.  22,  1729-30.  P.C.  of 
Kirk  Hammerton,  Yorks.,  1740.  R.  of  Staveley,  1742-65. 
Brother  of  William  (1728).   (Scott-Mayor,  111.  363.) 

KEYE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Feb.  1563-4; 
B.A.  from  Trinity,  1566-7.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  21,  1567. 
V.  of  Ware,  Herts.,  1567-1627.  V.  of  Hayes,  Middlesex, 
1583-1608.   WiU  (P.C.C.)  1627-8. 

KEY,  ROBERT.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1570. 

KEYE,   ROBERT.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.   1578. 

Of  Yorkshire.    Migrated   to  Queens',   1583.    B.A.    1584-5. 

Probably  V.  of  Mitton-in-Craven,  Yorks.,  1604-16.    R.  of 

Emley,  1615.    (M.  H.  Peacock.) 
KEY  or  KAY,  ROBERT.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's, 

Michs.  1583;  B.A.  1587-8.    Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  June  15, 

1606.     Perhaps   R.   of   Bamoldby,   Lines.,    1610-41.    Will 

(Lincoln)  1641. 
KEYE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1589.  Matric. 

c.  1591;  B.A.  1593-4.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  June  24,  age  24; 

priest,  Sept.  29,  1597.    C.  of  Falkenham,  Suffolk.    Parish 

chaplain  of  Honington,  in  1603.    Perhaps  V.  of  Middleton, 

Norfolk,  in  1609. 
KAY,  ROBERT.    Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Mar.  21, 

1694-5- 
KAY,  ROGER.  Member  of  the  University  in  1460.  Archdeacon 

of  Barnstaple,  1450-62.  Precentor  of  Exeter,  1467-77.  R.  of 

Hilgay,    Norfolk.     Died    Nov.    11,    1477.     {Cal.   of  Papal 

Registers,  xi.  592.) 

KAYE,  ROGER.   B.A.  from  Christ's,  1592-3. 

KAY,  ROGER.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  John's,  May  12,  1684.  S.  of 
Roger,  husbandman.  B.  at  Bury,  Lanes.  School,  Bury  (Mr 
Dobson).  Matric.  1684;  B.A.  1687-8;  M.A.  1691.  Fellow, 
1689-91.  R.  of  Fittleton,  WUts.,  1689-1731.  Preb.  of 
Sarum,  1710-31.  Founder  of  the  Grammar  School  at  Bury, 
Lanes.    Died  1731. 

KAYE,  STEPHEN.  M.A.  from  Magdalene,  1671.  From  Glasgow 
University.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1680.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Sept.  24,  1671;  priest,  June  2,  1672.  R.  of  Cadney  and 
Wrawby,  Lines.,  1673.   R.  of  Manton,  1679.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

KAY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  Apr.  1601.  B.  at 
Middleton,  Yorks.  B.A.  1604-5;  M.A.  from  Caius,  1608.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (London)  Dec.  23,  1610,  age  27.  V.  of 
Shambrook,  Beds.,  1612.  R.  of  Bamborough,  Yorks.,  1615- 
42.  Probably  preb.  of  York,  1626-42.  Buried  Mar.  17,  1642. 
Father  of  Richard  (1637). 

KAY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1624; 
B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631.  Perhaps  V.  of  Heath,  Derbs.,  1648 

KAY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  15,  1667.  Matri 
1667. 

KAYE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Mar.  20, 
1671-2.  S.  of  Richard  (1637),  clerk.  B.  at  Bamborough, 
Yorks.  Matric.  1672.  Buried  at  All  Saints',  Cambridge,  Dec. 
24,  1674- 
KEY,  THOMAS  MILWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Dec.  14, 
1745.  Of  Middlesex.  Matric.  1745-6;  B.A.  1749-50;  M.A. 
1758.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  22,  1751.  V.  of  Upton, 
Bucks.,  1754.  Chaplain  of  the  12th  Foot.  Minor  canon  of 
Windsor.  Buried  at  Eton  College,  June  4,  1760,  aged  32. 
His  widow  was  for  long  a  'dame'  at  Eton.  (R.  A.  Austen- 
Leigh.) 


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Key,  William 

KEYE,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  i555; 

B.A.  1557-8;  M.A.  1561  (from  Jesus).  Fellow  of  Jesus,  1558- 

92. 
KAYES,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1593-4; 

B.A.  1597-8;  M.A.  1601.    One  William  Kay  (M.A.)  C.  of 

Halesworth,  Suffolk.  Licensed  to  teach  grammar.  May,  1627. 

KEY,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1613. 

KEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  i,  1616. 
Matric.  1616;  B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625. 

KAY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Nov.  18,  1632. 
S.  of  George  (1593),  M.A.,  V.  of  Topcliffe,  Yorks.  B.  at 
Coxwold.  Schools,  Topcliffe  and  Kilvington.   B.A.  1636-7. 

KEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Magdalene,  July  7, 
1657.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Leadenham,  Lines.  School,  Sleaford. 
Matric.  1657;  B.A.  1660-1.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1662.  M.A. 
(Lincoln  College)  1663.   Perhaps  brother  of  John  (1662). 

KAY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  June  20, 
1662.  S.  of  William,  of  Wakefield,  Yorks.  School,  Wakefield. 
Matric.  1662;  B.A.  1665-6;  M.A.  1669.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
June,  1667;  priest,  June,  1668.  Probably  V.  of  Kirkby 
Wharfe,  Yorks.,  in  1683,  when  he  married,  Oct.  17,  at 
Knapton,  Ruth,  dau.  of  Ralph  Lutton,  Esq.,  his  2nd  wife. 
(M.  H.  Peacock.) 

KAYE  or  KAYES,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  Magdalene,  Apr.  9, 
1668.  S.  of  Michael,  yeoman,  of  Wirksworth,  Derbs.  B. 
there.  School,  Wirksworth.  Matric.  1668.  Migrated  to  St 
John's,  Jan.  18,  1668-9,  age  18;  B.A.  1671-2;  M.A.  i675- 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1672;  priest,  June,  1674- 
KEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  June  19, 
1685.  S.  of  Roger,  brickmaker.  B.  at  Morton,  Yorks.  School, 
Pocklington  (Mr  Elison).  Matric.  1685;  B.A.  1688-9.  Ord. 
deacon  (York)  Sept.  1689;  priest,  Sept.  1690.  Assistant  usher 
at  Pocklington.  R.  of  Skelton,  Yorks.,  1690.  Perhaps  father 
of  the  next. 

KEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  30, 
1709.  S.  of  William  (?  above),  clerk.  B.  at  Pocklington, 
Yorks.  School,  York  (Mr  Thomlinson).  Matric.  1709;  B.A. 
1712-3.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1717;  priest,  Sept.  1719- 
R.  of  Hotham,  Yorks.,  1722-8.  V.  of  Ackworth,  1728-44. 
Died  1744- 

KAY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  20, 
1728.  S.  of  Richard,  clerk,  R.  of  Moor  Monkton,  Yorks. 
B.  there.  School,  Kirk  Leatham  (Mr  Clark).  Matric.  1728; 
B.A.  1731-2;  M.A.  1736.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  18, 
1732-3;  priest  (Chester)  Oct.  6,  i734-  R-  of  Nunnington, 
Yorks.,  1737-98.  V.  of  Ampleforth,  1738-98.  Brother  of 
Richard  (1723)-   (Scott-Mayor,  in.  415.) 

KEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  Apr.  17, 
1739.  2nd  s.  of  William.  B.  at  Alford,  Lines.,  Feb.  25,  1719- 
20.  School,  Alford.  Matric.  1739;  B.A.  1742-3;  M.A.  1746. 
Fellow,  1743.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  25,  1743.  Died 
at  Downham,  unmarried.   (Lines.  Pedigrees,  562.) 

KAY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Trinity,  May  18,  1741. 
S.  of  John,  of  Bumsall,  Yorks.,  farmer.  School,  Bumsall 
(MrAlcock).  Matric.  1741-  Migrated  to  Emmanuel,  Jan.  25, 
I742-3. 

KEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1751-  Of  Kent. 

KEYS, .  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  1658. 

KEYLL,  ROBERT.  B.Can.L.  1476-7.  V.  of  Littleport,  Cambs., 
1477- 

KEYLEY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Clare,  Easter, 
1553.  Possibly  the  matriculation  of  Thomas  Caley  (1553). 
whom  see. 

KEYMER,  see  KYMER. 

KEYNE,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1572. 

KEYNTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  July  7, 
1690.  S.  of  Israel,  J. P.,  Mayor  of  Hertford.  B.  at  Hertford. 
School,  Hertford  (Mr  Battell).  Matric.  1690;  Scholar,  1690; 
B.A.  1693-4;  M.A.  1697.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  19, 
1697;  priest,  Dec.  18,  1698.  R.  of  Bugbrooke,  Northants., 
1705-28.  Married,  Dec.  21,  1699,  Catherine,  dau.  of  John 
Whitfield,  R.  of  Bugbrooke,  Northants.  Died  June  6,  1728. 
Buried  at  Bugbrooke.  M.I.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1728.  (Peile,  11. 
118;  Baker,  i.  124;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

KEYSELL,  NICHOLAS.  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1721.  S.  of 
William,  of  Hawford,  Salop.  Matric.  from  Balliol  College, 
Oxford,  Apr.  16,  1709,  age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1717-8.  Ord. 
deacon  (Hereford)  Sept.  20,  1713-  C.  of  Edgton,  Salop.  (Al. 
Oxon.) 

KEYT,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  14,  1682. 
Matric.  1682;  B.A.  1685-6. 


KiDDEAR,  Hugh 

KEYTON  or  KETON,  JOHN.  D.D.  (probably  of  Cambridge). 
Preb.  of  Salisbury,  1510-37-  Founded  fellowships  and 
scholarships  at  St  John's,  1533.  Master  of  Southwell  School, 
Notts.   (Cooper,  i.  48;  Vict.  Hist.  Notts.,  11.) 

KEYTON  or  KYTON, .  B.Can.L.  1500-1. 

KEYWORTH,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Mar. 
3,  1719-20.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Tuxford,  Notts.  School,  Wake- 
field, Yorks.  (Mr  Clark).  Matric.  1721;  Scholar,  1721.  Adm. 
at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  21,  1720.  Perhaps  barrister,  1727- 
See  Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary. 

KIBARD,  HENRY,  see  KYBARD. 

KIBLE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1572. 

KIBBLE,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1588. 

KIBLEY,  HENRY.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1588. 

KICKINGTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse, 
July  12,  1683.   Of  Yorkshire.  School,  Pocklington. 

KIDBY,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1679,  as  Kitby;  B.A.  1682-3;  M.A.  1686.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Feb.  28,  1685-6.  R.  of  East  Hanningfield,  Essex, 
1689.  R.  of  West  Hanningfield,  1693.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's, 
1698-1713.  Died  before  June  4,  1713-  WiU,  P.C.C.  (Morant, 
1.  427;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KIDBY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1629.  Of 
Suffolk.  B.A.  1633-4;  M.A.  1637.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Sept.  25,  1636;  C.  of  Monks  Eleigh.  V.  of  Kirby-le-Soken, 
Essex,  1639-45.  R.  of  Shenfield,  1645-94.  Died  1694.  Will 
(Cons.  C.  London)  1694;  mentions  son  Edmund,  and  grand- 
son Edmund  son  of  John,   (Morant,  1.  427;  Newcourt.) 

KIDBY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  5,  1673.  Of 
Suffolk.   Matric.  1673;  B.A.  1676-7. 

KIDD,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Lent,  1597-8- 
B.  at  Newark,  Notts.  Scholar;  B.A.  from  Pembroke,  1601-2; 
B.D.  1631-2  (Lit.  Reg.).  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  20,  1607; 
priest  (London)  Dec.  17,  1608,  age  28.  V.  of  Laughton, 
Lines.,  1607-12.  R.  of  Hawton,  near  Newark,  Notts.,  i6n. 
R.  of  Little  Cawthorpe,  1635.  Subscribed  to  the  New  Build- 
ings at  Christ's,  1612.   (Peile,  i.  231.) 

KIDD,  JEROME.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1564;  B.A.  1567-8;  M.A.  from  Magdalene,  1571. 

KIDD,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1599.  Of  Kent.  B.A. 
1603-4;  M.A.  1607.  One  of  these  names  C.  of  Egerton,  Kent, 
tiU  1643,  sequestered.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1648. 

KIDD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  20,  1612-3.  B-  at 
Beverley,  Yorks.  Matric.  1613;  B.A.  1616-7;  M.A.  1620. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  20,  1618,  age  24.  C.  of  White- 
chapel.  One  of  these  names  minister  of  Gt  Crosby,  Lanes., 
1645-50;  perhaps  R.  of  Redmarshall,  Durham;  ejected,  1660. 

KIDD,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter,  1624; 
B.A.  1628-9.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  20;  priest,  Sept.  21, 
1629.   R.  of  Marske,  Yorks.,  1662-85. 

KIDD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  4,  1672.  S.  of 
John,  maltster,  of  Lynn.  School,  Lynn  (Mr  Bell).  Matric. 
1672;  Scholar,  1672-3;  B.A.  1675-6.  Ord.  deacon  (Norsvich) 
Sept.  1683;  priest,  May  30,  1686.  R.  of  Ashill,  Norfolk, 
1687-1729.  Died  June  16,  1729.  M.I.   (Venn,  i.  446.) 

KIDD,  LEONARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Caius,  Oct.  2,  1612. 
Of  Settle,  Yorks.  S.  of  Robert,  husbandman.  School, 
Giggleswick  (Mr  Shute).  Matric.  1612;  B.A.  1615-6;  M.A. 
1620.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  22,  1616;  priest,  Sept.  21, 
1617.  Signs  as  C.  of  Millbrook,  Beds.,  1622-4-;  and  of 
Marston  Morteyne,  1624. 

KYDDALL  or  KEDALL,  BRYAN.  B.A.  1491-2.  Of  Yorkshire. 
M.A.  1494.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1494-1502.  Proctor, 
1498-9.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Apr.  2,  1496.  Will  proved  (V.C.C.) 
1502.  Left  money  to  the  College.  (T.  A.  Walker;  Surtees  Soc, 
Liii.  105.) 

KIDDALL,  GERVASE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  1622-3. 
Matric.  1623;  B.A.  1625-6.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1627; 
priest  (Peterb.)  May  31,  1629.   V.  of  Kirmond,  Lines.,  1628. 

KIDDALL,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1545- 
Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1548-9;  M.A.  1554-  Probationer  feUow 
of  Peterhouse,  1553.  Fellow  of  St  John's,  1554.  Will  proved 
(V.C.C.)  1557- 

KIDDALL,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1563. 
KIDDALL,  ROBERT.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1564- 
KIDDALL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1586; 
B.A.  1589-90;  M.A.  1593.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Rochester) 
May  30,  1608.  R.  of  Greetham,  Lines.,  1608. 
KIDDEAR,  HUGH.  B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1609.  V.  of 
Eastham,  Cheshire,  1613-5-  Inventory  (Chester)  1615.  (E. 
Axon.) 


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Kidder,  Richard 

KIDDER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  5,  1649. 
Of  East  Grinstead,  Sussex.  Matric.  1649;  B.A.  1652-3;  M.A. 
1656;  D.D.  1690  (Lit.  i?«g.).  Fellow,  1655.  R.of  Stanground, 
Hunts.,  1659-62,  ejected.  R.  of  Rayne  Parva,  Essex,  1664- 
74.  Preacher  at  the  Rolls,  1674-  R-  of  St  Martin  Outwich, 
1674-91.  Preb.  of  Norwich,  168 i-g I.  Dean  of  Peterborough, 
1689-91.  Chaplain  to  King  WiUiam  and  Queen  Mary,  1689- 
gi.  Bishop  of  Bath  and  Wells,  1691-1703.  Author,  theo- 
logical. Killed  in  bed  at  the  Palace,  WeUs,  by  the  falling  of 
a  chimneystack  in  the  great  storm  of  Nov.  26,  1703.  Will, 
P.C.C.  {D.N.B.) 
KIDLEY,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  Emmanuel,  1666.  Matric. 
from  Brasenose  College,  Oxford,  Apr.  11,  1660;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1663.  Re-incorp.  at  Oxford,  1666.  Preb.  of  Wells,  1664-1705. 
V.  of  East  Camel,  Somerset,  1666.  Died  1705.  {Al.  Oxok.) 
KIDLEY,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  Magdalene,  1681.  Matric. 
from  New  Inn  Hall,  Oxford,  May  24,  1661,  age  20.  Doubtless 
B.A.  (Oxford).  {Al.  Oxon.) 
KIDMAN,  BREWER.    Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1729; 

B.A.  1742-3- 
KIDMAN,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1679.  Of 
Norfolk.  Matric.  1679;  B.A.  1682-3;  M.A.  1686;  B.D.  1694. 
Fellow,  1685-1710.  President  of  the  College  and  celebrated 
tutor.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln);  priest  (Norwich)  Aug.  1688. 
Chaplain  to  Archbishop  Tenison.  R.  of  Grantchester,  Cambs., 
1703-37.  R.  of  Stisted,  Essex,  1706-7.  R.  of  Banham,  Nor- 
folk, till  1735.  R.  of  Thwaite,  Suffolk,  1722-40.  Died  Sept. 
14,  1740,  aged  77.  Buried  at  Diss.  M.I.  He  was  one  of  the 
first  to  introduce  the  study  of  Locke  into  the  University. 
{Masters,  327.) 
KIDMAN,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 

1587. 
KIDMAN,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Apr.  4,  1665.    Of  Gt 

Gransden,  Hunts. 
KIDMAN,  MARTIN.   Matric.  sizar  from  TRiNixy,  c.  1591. 
KIDMAN,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1552. 
KIDMAN,  RICHARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  c. 

1591;  B.A.  from  Caius,  1592-3. 
KIDMAN,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  over  15)  at  Caius,  Feb.  6, 
1576-7.    s.  of  Thomas,  of  Gissing,  Norfolk.    Bapt.  there. 
Mar.  21,   1561-2.    Schools,  Tibbenham  and  Diss.    Matric. 
1577;  B.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1580-1 ;  Scholar,  May  21,  1581 ; 
M.A.  1584.   Described  as  'a  noted  Papist,'  and  secretary  to 
the  Earl  of  Shrewsbury,  in  1592.    M.P.  for  Retford,  1601. 
{Venn,  I.  89;  Cox,  Annals  of  Derbs.,  i.  272.) 
KYDMAN,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Feb.  28, 
1600-1.   S.  of  William,  yeoman,  of  Gissing,  Norfolk.   Bapt. 
there,  Nov.  14,  1583.  School,  Botesdale,  Suffolk  (Mr  Foule). 
Matric.  1600-1;  Scholar,  1602-6;  B.A.  1604-5;  M.A.  1608. 
Fellow,  1606-25.    University  preacher,  1615.    Ord.  deacon 
and  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  24,   1609.    C.  of  Waterbeach, 
Cambs.,  1609;  of  Borough  Green,   1611.    R.  of  Bincombe, 
Dorset,  1624-9.    Died  1629.    {Venn,  i.  174.) 
KIDMAN,  TITUS.   .-Vdm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  June  9, 
1648.    Of  Sufiolk.    School,  Hoxne,  Sufiolk.    Matric.  1650; 
B.A.  1651-2. 
KIDMER,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  c.  1596. 

KIDSON,  CHRISTOPHER.    Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July, 

1606.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  16;  priest,  Sept.  23,  1610, 

as  B.A.  C.  of  Bowden  Magna,  Leics.,  1613.  Licensed  (Archd. 

Leicester),  as  of  Lubbenham,  1615,  to  marry  Goodith  Green, 

of  South   Kilworth.    {Peile,  1.  260;   J.  Ch.  Smith;   H.   I. 

Longden.) 
KIDSON,  HENRY.   Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec.  14,  1638; 

B.A.  1641-2.   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1648,  as  M.A.   Minister  of 

Hornby,  Lanes.,  in  1650;  'an  honest  godly  man.'    Minister 

of    Gressingham,     1652.     Afterwards    conformed.     R.    of 

Claughton,  Lanes.,   1659-78.    Admon.   (Archd.   Richmond) 

1678.   {Peile,  1.  456.) 
KIDSON,  ROBERT.   Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  1589-90.   Of 

Yorkshire.    Matric.  c.  1591;  Scholar,  1593-7;  B.A.  1593-4; 

M.A.   1597;  B.D.   1606.    Fellow,   1598-1619-    Taxor,   1602. 

Incorp.  at  Oxford,   1602.    R.  of  Fawley,  Bucks.,  1606-30. 

R.  of  Madingley,  Cambs.,  1610-2.   V.  of  Waterbeach,  1614. 

R.  of  Hard\\'ick,  1615.    R.  of  Conington,  1617-30.    Buried 

there  Apr.  13,  1630. 
KIDSON,  ROBERT.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  June  17, 
1624.    Of  Yorkshire.    S.  of  George,  woollen  draper.    School, 

Pocklington  (Mr  Elcock).    Matric.  1624;  Scholar,  1627-31; 

B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631.   R.  of  Barmston,  Yorks.,  1638-70. 

Died  1670.   {Venn,  i.  267.) 
KIDSON,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1612. 

Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  4;  priest,  Sept.  17,  1615. 
KIFFIN,  DAVID.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1579-80;  M.A.  1583. 


KiLBY,  George 

KIFFIN,  EDWARD.  B.  at  Oswestry,  Salop.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  May  14,  1585;  'age  27;  late  of  Jesus  College';  C. 
of  St  Martin  Outwich,  London. 

KYFFIN,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  21, 
1665.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Llanddoget,  near  Llanrwst,  Denbigh. 
B.  there.  School,  Llanrwst  (Mr  Wynn).  Matric.  1665.  Prob- 
ably R.  of  Llanddoget,  168&-1702.  V.  of  Eglwysfach,  1702- 
13.  V.  of  Llandrillo-yn-Rhos,  1713-8. 

KYFFYN, .  Fellow  of  St  John's,  i5I4-5- 

KIFFORD,  HENRY  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Feb.  2, 
1697-8.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Cambridge.  School,  King's 
College  (Mr  Rosewell).  Matric.  1698,  as  'Ketford';  Scholar, 
1700-1;  B.A.  1701-2;  M.A.  1705.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Sept.  1703;  priest,  Sept.  1704.  R.  of  Swefling,  Sufiolk,  1717. 
R.  of  Sotherton  and  Uggeshall,  1736.  R.  of  Dennington, 
1741-51.  Buried  at  Halesworth,  July  13,  1752.  {Petle,  11. 
140-1.) 

KIGHLY  or  KYGHLEY,  JOHN.  B.A.  1495-6;  M.A.  1499.  R.  of 
Coton,  Cambs.,  1506-47-   Rural  dean. 

KIGHLEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Nov.  17,  1690.  Of 
Yorkshire.  Matric.  1691;  B.A.  1694-5.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Sept.  1695;  priest,  1700.  Master  of  Felkirk  School,  1686, 
being  then  a  nonconformist.   (A.  Gray.) 

KIGHLEY  or  KEGKLEY,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from 
Queens',  Easter,  1611.  Of  Lincolnshire.  B.A.  1615-6;  M.A. 
1620.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Oct.  19,  1621;  priest.  Mar.  17, 
1621-2. 

KYGHLEY,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1595. 

KILBACKE,  ROGER.   Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1575. 

KILBURNE  or  KILBARN,  CHARLES.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's, 
Lent,  1667-8;  B.A.  1671-2;  M.A.  1680.  V.  of  Holy  Cross, 
Westgate,  Canterbury,  1679-1737-  Minor  Canon  of  Canter- 
bury. R.  of  St  Peter's,  Canterbury,  1679-1737-  Died  Jan. 
14.  1737.  aged  90.  Buried  at  St  Peter's.  (Musgrave,  Ob.; 
H.  G.  Harrison.) 

KYLBORNE,  JOHN.  M.A.  and  fellow  of  Peterhouse,  when 
ord.  acolyte  (Ely)  Mar.  11,  1418-9.  till  c.  1427.  Ord.  deacon 
(Ely)  June  10;  priest,  Sept.  23,  1419.  Preb.  of  Westminster, 
1438-45.   Precentor  of  Lincoln,  1446-8.   {T.  A.  Walker.) 

KILBURN,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1566. 

KILBURNE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene, 
Easter,  1620.  Perhaps  the  Kentish  topographer.  If  so,  5th  s. 
of  Isaac,  of  London.  Bapt.  Oct.  6,  1605.  Adm.  at  Staple 
Inn,  where  he  was  five  times  Principal.  Became  an  eminent 
solicitor  in  chancery.  Of  'Fowlers,'  Hawkhurst,  Kent.  J.P. 
for  the  county.  Author,  topographical.  Died  Nov.  15,  1678. 
M.I.  at  Hawkhurst.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1679.  Father  of  WUUam 
(1648).    {D.N.B.;  Hasted,  m.  71) 

KILBURN,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  July  25,  1672. 
Of  Derbyshire.   Matric.  1672. 

KILBORN,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Magdalene, 
June  1,  1717.  S.  of  William  (1678),  V.  of  Safiron  Walden, 
Essex.  Bapt.  May  9,  1702.  School,  Eton  (coUeger).  Matric. 
1718;  B.A.  1720-1;  M.A.  1724;  LL.D.  1728  {Cotn.  Reg.). 
Fellow,  1721.  Ord.  priest  (London)  Dec.  18,  1726.  R.  of 
Barnes,  Surrey,  1727-30.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1728-30.  R.  of 
St  Mary  Aldermary,  1729-30.  Chaplain  to  the  Bishop  of 
St  Asaph.  Died  Nov.  12,  1730.  Buried  in  St  Paul's.  Admon. 
(P.C.C.)  1731-    (J-  Ch.  Smith.) 

KILBORNE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Magdalene, 
Nov.  26,  1656.  S.  of  Charles,  of  Louth,  Lines.  School, 
Louth.  Matric.  1656;  B.A.  1660-1.  Signed  for  priest's  orders 
(London)  June  1,  1667.  V.  of  Tolceby  (?),  Lines. 

KILBORN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Sept.  26, 
1589.  Of  Hauxton,  Cambs.  S.  of  Andrew.  School,  Hauxton. 
Matric.  1589;  Scholar,  1589-96;  B.A.  1592-3;  M.A.  from 
St  Catharine's,  1596.  Fellow,  1595.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest 
(Norwich)  Dec.  23,  1604.  R.  of  Wethcrden,  Suffolk,  1604-44. 
Will  proved  (Norwich  C.  C.)  1644.   {Venn,  i.  139.) 

KILBURNE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Oct.  23,  1648.  S.  of  Richard  (?  1620I,  attorney,  of  Hawk- 
hurst, Kent.  School,  Tonbridge.  Of  Hawkhurst.  Married 
and  had  issue.   {Vis.  of  Kent,  1663.) 

KILBORNE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i6)  at  Magdalene, 
Sept.  25,  1678.  S.  of  William,  'artifex.'  B.  at  Louth,  Lines 
School,  Louth.  Matric.  1679;  B.A.  1682-3;  M.A.  1686 
Master  of  Saffron  Walden  School,  1683-1731-  V.  of  Little 
bury,  Essex,  1692-1743-  V.  of  Safiron  Walden,  1714-43 
Died  Apr.  25,  1743.  Buried  at  Safiron  Walden.  M.I.  Father 
of  Robert  (i7i7)- 

KILBY,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1724; 
BjV.  1727-8.  Perhaps  R.  of  Gt  and  Little  Birch,  Essex. 
Died  Aug.  i777-  WiU,  P.C.C.  (G.  Mag.) 

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KiLBY,  Henry 

KILBY,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  29,  1710.  S.  of 
Henry,  of  Northamptonshire.  Matric.  1710;  B.A.  1713-4. 
Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  July  14,  1717.  V.  of  Olney,  Bucks., 
1718-35.  P.C.  of  Weston  Underwood,  1732.  Died  May  2, 
I733.  Buried  at  All  Saints',  Northampton.   (H.  I.  Longden.) 

KILBY,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  29,  i7i5. 
Of  Leicestershire.  School,  Derby  (Mr  Anth.  Blackwall). 
Matric.  1716;  B.A.  1718-9.  Dixie  fellow,  1724.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  May  24,  1719;  priest,  June  4,  1721.  V.  of  Evington, 
Leics.,  1734-8.   V.  of  Knighton,  1734-8. 

KILBYE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  21,  1593. 
Of  Warwickshire.  At  Gloucester  Hall,  Oxford,  for  4  years. 
B.A.  1593-4.  Incorp.  at  Oxford  (?  as  M.A.)  1594.  C.  of  South- 
fleet,  1606.  C.  of  St  Alkmund's,  and  All  Hallows,  Derby. 
Died  Oct.  21,  1617.   Buried  in  All  Hallows.   [Al.  Oxon.) 

KILLBEY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Pembroke, 
June  I,  1652.  S.  of  Richard,  of  Coventry,  Wjutws.  Matric. 
1653-4;  B.A.  1655-6. 

KILCOURSIE,  Viscount,  see  LAMBART,  CHARLES. 

KILDERBEE,  DOVER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Nov.  27, 
1728.  S.  of  Francis,  clothier,  of  FramUngham,  Suffolk.  B. 
there.  Bapt.  Oct.  23,  1710.  Schools,  Monk  Soham  (Mr  Ray) 
and  Eton,  where  he  was  a  colleger,  1725-8.  Scholar,  1728-34; 
Matric.  1729;  M.B.  1734;  M.D.  1739.  Fellow,  1737-47.  Died 
in  College.  Buried  at  St  Michael's,  Mar.  4,  1747-8.  His 
mother  was  a  dau.  of  Samuel  Dover,  of  Ipswich.  (Venn,  u.  29.) 

KILLAM,  ROBERT.   Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  c.  1596. 

KILLIGREW,  HENRY.  'Probably  educated  at  Cambridge' 
{D.N.B.).  4th  s.  of  John,  of  Arwenick,  Cornwall.  Diplomatist 
and  ambassador.  M.P.  for  Launceston,  1553 ;  for  Truro,  1571, 
1572-83.  Employed  by  Queen  Elizabeth  on  various  missions 
notably  to  Scotland,  1558-66  and  1572-91.  Knighted,  Nov. 
22,  1591.  Died  Mar.  2,  1602-3.  Will  proved,  Apr.  16,  1603. 
Benefactor  to  Emmanuel  College.   (D.N.B.) 

KILLIGREW,  Sir  PETER.  M.A.  1635-6  (LU.  Reg.).  Of  Arwenick, 
Cornwall.  S.  of  John,  of  Arwenick.  Knighted,  1625.  Died 
July,  1668,  aged  74.  His  s.  Peter,  succeeded  as  Bart,  in  1665. 
{G.E.C.;  Pepys,  May  9,  1660.) 

KILLIGREW,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  15)  a  scholar 
from  Eton,  Sept.  21,  1615.  Of  London.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of 
William,  of  Lothbury,  London.  If  so,  nephew  of  Henry. 
Matric.  1615;  B.A.  1619;  M.A.  1623.  Fellow,  1618-33.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  1;  priest.  Mar.  2,  1628-9.  Died  in 
Ireland.    (Harwood;  Archaelogia,  xviii.  99.) 

KILLINGBECK,  FRANCIS.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1605.  B.  at 
Lindfield,  c.  1585.  B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609;  B.D.  1618.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (Ely)  Mar.  12,  1608-9.  R.  of  Poynings, 
Sussex,  1610.   V.  of  Heathfield,  1619. 

KILLINGBECK,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July, 
1613.  Perhaps  of  Killingbeck,  Leeds.  George,  s.  of  WilUam, 
was  bapt.  at  Leeds,  May  18,  1593.  (Peile,  i.  291,  by  mistake 
calls  him  Edward;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 

KILLINGBECK,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  11,  1667. 
S.  of  John,  of  Headingley,  Yorks.  (Mayor  of  Leeds,  1677). 
B.  Feb.  II,  1649-50.  Bapt.  at  Headingley.  Matric.  1667; 
B.A.  1670-1;  Scholar,  1671;  M.A.  1674.  Fellow,  1674-82; 
vacated  by  marriage.  Ord.  deacon  (Chichester)  May  23,  1673; 
priest  (York)  Sept.  1675.  Preacher  at  St  Nicholas,  Lynn, 
1682-90.  V.  of  Leeds,  1690-1715.  Preb.  of  York,  1694-1716. 
Died  Feb.  12,  1715-6.  Buried  at  Leeds.  M.l.  in  the' parish 
church.    (Whitaker,  Leeds,  11.  40.) 

KILLINGBACK,  RALPH.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1581.   Of  Cambridge. 

KILLINGBACK,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs. 
1620;  B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628. 

KILLINGBECK,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
Apr.  30,  1670.  S.  of  Richard.  B.  at  Barrowby,  Yorks. 
School,  Bradford  (Mr  Sturdy).   Matric.  1670. 

KILLINGHALL,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Christ's, 
Nov.  2,  1745-  S.  of  Robert,  of  Yarm,  Yorks.  Bapt.  at 
Middleton  St  George,  Durham,  Feb.  27,  1726-7.  School, 
Darlington  (Mr  Addison).  Matric.  1745.  Migrated  to 
Magdalene,  Jan.  19,  1746-7.  Died  June  20,  1762.  Buried  at 
Middleton  St  George.  The  last  heir  male  of  his  family. 
(Peile,  II.  248;  H.  M.  Wood.) 

KILLINGHALL,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
June  7,  1647;  afterwards  pens.  S.  of  William,  of  Middleton 
St  George,  near  Yarm,  Durham,  deceased.  B.  there.  Educated 
at  Farrington  Hall  (Mr  Anderson).  Matric.  1647.  Died  with- 
out issue.  Brother  of  the  next.  (Peile,  i.  514;  Vis.  of  Durham, 
1666;  Surtees,  iii.  222.) 

KILLINGHALL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sx  John's, 
June  28,  1634.  S.  of  William,  Esq.,  of  Middleton  St  George, 
Durham.  Bapt.  at  Sockbum,  Apr.  10,  1617.  School,  Durham 
(Mr  Smelt).  Matric.  1634.  Married,  at  Middleton  St  George, 
Margaret  Pepper,  July  17,  1635.  (Surtees,  in.  222.) 


KlMBERLEY,  WiLLIAM 

KILLINGHALL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
Oct.  31,  1656.  S.  of  John,  of  Middleton  St  George,  Durham. 

B.  there.  School,  Northallerton  (Mr  Smelt).  Matric.  1656. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1656.  Married,  Jan.  30,  1672-3,  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Robert  Dodsworth,  of  Barton,  Yorks.  (Peik,  1.  574! 
Vis.  of  Durham,  1666.) 

KILLINGLY,  RALPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  June  11, 

1638.  S.  of  Ralph.  B.  at  Thorpe  Arnold,  Leics.  School, 
Melton  Mowbray  (Mr  Humfry).   Matric.  1638;  B.A.  1641-2. 

KILLINGWORTH,  EDWARD.   B.A.  1484-5;  M.A.  1489-90. 

KILLINGWORTH,  GILES.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs. 
1588.  Of  Pampisford,  Cambs.  S.  of  John  (?  1564).  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  June  15,  1591  (name  erased).  (Vis.  of  Cambs., 
1619.) 

KILLINGWORTH,  JOHN.  Resident  pens,  at  Queens',  Aug. 
1564.  One  of  these  names,  s.  of  John,  bapt.  at  Cherry  Hinton, 
Cambs.,  in  1546;  another,  s.  of  Robert,  in  1548.  (T.  A. 
Walker.) 

KILLINGWORTH,  JOHN.  M.A.  1634  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
Of  London,  gent.  Matric.  from  Brasenose  College,  June  28, 
1616,  age  16;  B.A.  (BaUiol  College)  1620;  M.A.  1622-3.  C.  of 
Boxworth,  Cambs.,  1638;  R.  1646-67.  Buried  Oct.  13,  1667. 
Father  of  William  (1656). 

KILLINGWORTH,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse, 
Lent,  i6o7~8;  B.A.  1611-2;  M.A.  1615. 

KILLINGWORTH,  ROBERT.    Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  22, 

1639.  Matric.  1639. 

KILLINGWORTH,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Aug.  9, 
1656.  Of  Cambridgeshire,  ists.  of  John  (1634),  of  Boxworth. 
Matric.  1656.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Feb.  11,  1657-8. 
CalledtotheBar,  Nov.  27,  1663.  Will(P.C.C.)  1 704 ;  serjeant- 
at-lav/. 

KILLINGWORTH, .  Pensioner  at  Jesus,  1562-3. 

KILLINGWORTH, .   Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Aug.  25, 

1576. 

KILNER,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  27, 
1704.  S.  of  Edward,  husbandman.  B.  at  Yealand,  Warton, 
Lanes.  School,  Sedbergh  (Mr  Wharton).  Matric.  1704;  B.A. 
1708-9. 

KILNER,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  6, 
1720.  S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman,  of  Lancashire.  B.  in 
Cartmel.  Schools,  Cartmel  (Mr  Roskell)  and  Hawkshead 
(Mr  Hunter).  Matric.  1720;  B.A.  1723-4.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
June  19,  1725;  priest,  July  13,  1728.  V.  of  Wiggenhall  St 
German,  Norfolk,  1740-9.   (Scott-Mayor,  in.  331.) 

KILSBY,  JOHN.  M.A.  1682  (Lit.  Reg.).  S.  of  J.,  of  Crick, 
Northants.  Matric.  from  Wadham  College,  Oxford,  Mar.  10, 
1675-6,  age  18;  B..\.  (Oxford)  1679. 

KILSBY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Oct.  15,  1646.  Of 
Northamptonshire.  B.A.  1650-1.  Intruded  minister  at  Long 
Buckby,  Northants.,  1649-51.  V.  of  Rotherthorpe,  1662 
(M.A.)-76.   One  of  these  names  buried  there  Sept.  13,  1681; 

C.  to  Dr  Edward  Reynolds.   (Al.  Oxon.;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

KILVINGTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  7,  1749.  S.  of  William,  Esq.,  of  Thirsk,  Yorks.  Schools, 
Ottrington  (Mr  Dent)  and  Bumsall  (Mr  Knowles).  Matric. 
1749;  M.B.  1758.  Practised  physic  at  Ripen.  Died  there 
Sept.  13,  1823.   (Scott-Mayor,  in.  588.) 

KIMBALL,  see  also  KEMBALL. 

KIMBALL  or  KEMBALL,  STEPHEN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi, 
1671.  Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  sizar,  1671;  B.A.  1674-5-  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Feb.  1674-5;  priest,  Sept.  1678.  R. 
of  Ufford,  Suffolk,  1678.  R.  of  Eyke,  1689-1713.  Married, 
at  Ufford,  Sept.  12,  1678,  Susan  Luffkin,  dau.  of  Richard  and 
Susan.   Buried  at  Eyke,  c.  1713.   (V.  B.  Redstone.) 

KIMBALL,  THOMAS..  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  1598. 

KIMBALL, .   M.A.  1614-5  (on  King's  visit). 

KlMBERLEY,  JONATHAN.  M.A.  1676  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
S.  of  William,  of  Bromsgrove,  Worcs.  Matric.  from  Pembroke 
College,  Oxford,  June  7,  1667,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1671; 
M.A.  1674;  D.D.  1713.  Minister  of  Stadhampton,  Oxon.  V. 
of  Trinity  Church,  Coventry,  1681-1713.  Preb.  of  Lichfield, 
1684-1713.  R.  of  Baginton,  1699.  Preb.  of  Westminster, 
1711-20.  V.  of  Leamington  Hastings,  1712.  Dean  of  Lich- 
field, 1713-20.  R.ofTatenhill,  Staffs.,  1713-20.  DiedMar.  7, 
1719-20.   Will,  P.C.C.    (Al.  Oxon.) 

KlMBERLEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  May 
17,  1633.  S.  of  Gilbert,  gent.  B.  at  Whitford,  Bromsgrove, 
Worcs.  Schools,  Bromsgrove  (Mr  Joh.  Crump),  Oundle  and 
Stamford.  B.A.  1636-7;  M.A.  1640.  C.  at  Wolverhampton, 
1648.  P.C.  of  Kinver,  Staffs.,  c.  1649.  R.  of  Redmarley, 
Worcs.;  ejected,  1662.  Afterwards  taught  school.  (Calamy, 
II.  546.) 


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KiMBOULD,  Thomas 

KIMBOULD,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Apr.  29,  1637. 

Of  Northamptonshire.   Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Blisworth; 

bapt.  there,  Oct.  8,  1620.  Matric.  1637;  Scholar,  1637;  B.A. 

1640-1. 
KIMBOLDE  or  KIMBALL, .  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  c. 

1597- 
KIME,  PHILIP,  see  KYME, 

KIMPSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  May  22,  1678. 
Of  Lincolnshire.  Matric.  1678;  B.A.  1681-2;  M.A.  1700.  Ord. 
deacon  (York)  June  ir,  1682;  priest.  May  25,  1684.  R.  of 
Brant  Broughton,  Lines.,  1704. 

KYMPTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Apr.  ii,  1632. 
S.  of  Edward,  gent.  B.  at  Little  Birch,  Essex.  School, 
Mercers'  (Mr  Augur).  Matric.  1633;  B.A.  1635-6;  M.A.  1640. 
Ord.  priest  (Winchester)  May  31,  1640.  Referred  to  the 
assembly  of  divines  for  Wixoe,  Suffolk,  Nov.  6,  1646;  ap- 
pointed, Nov.  n.  R.  of  Layer  Breton,  Essex,  1655.  R.  of 
Little  Tey,  1660-89.  WiU  (Archd.  Colchester)  1689.  (Venn, 
I-  304) 

KIMPTON,  LEONARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Sept.  i594- 
Of  Hertfordshire.   Matric.  1595. 

KYMPTON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1564.  Probably  s.  of  Edmund,  of  Weston,  Herts.,  deceased. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1568.  Barrister-at-law.  Married 
Margaret  Hewes.  Died  Feb.  10, 1579-80.  Buried  in  St  John's, 
Friday  Street,  London.   (F.  C.  Cass,  Monken  Hadley,  58.) 

KINASTON,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs. 
1582.  Of  Salop.  B.A.  1586-7;  M.A.  1590.  Perhaps  V.  of 
Rushall,  Staffs,  (as  Edmund),  1596-9.  Will  proved  (Lich- 
field) Feb.  14,  1598-9. 

KYNASTON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Jan.  3,  1725-6.  S.  of  John  (1682-3),  gent.,  of  Hordley, 
Salop.  B.  there.  School,  Eton.  Matric.  1726.  Doubtless 
adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  15,  1726.  M.P.  for  Bishop's 
Castle,  Salop,  1734-41;  and  for  Co.  Montgomery,  1747-72. 
Died  May  12,  1772.   (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  393.) 

KINASTON,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1602;  B..\.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609.  Fellow,  1608.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1611.  Taxor,  1623.  Senior  Proctor,  1634-5.  R.  of 
Theberton,  Suffolk,  1620.  R.  of  Thorington,  1620.  Will 
proved  (V.C.C.)  1641.  (Confused  by  J.  Foster  and  D.N.B. 
with  Sir  Francis  the  poet.) 

KINASTON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Mar. 
30,  1700.  S.  of  Edward,  deceased.  B.  at  Shrewsbury.  School, 
Shrewsbury.   Matric.  1700. 

KYNASTON,  HUGH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  19, 
1669.  S.  of  Roger,  of  Lee,  Salop.  B.  there.  School,  Audley 
(Mr  Vaugham).   Matric.  1669. 

KINASTON,  HUMPHREY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent, 
1577-8.  Of  Salop.  Perhaps  s.  of  Edward,  of  Hordley.  B.A. 
1581-2;  M.A.  1586.   (Vis.  of  Salop,  1623.) 

KINASTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Sx  John's, 
Mar.  I,  1683-3.  S.  of  Edward,  Esq.,  of  Sudome  Castle.  B.  at 
.\brightlee  (his  mother's  home),  near  Shrewsbury,  Salop. 
School,  Eton.  Matric.  1683.  M.P.  for  Co.  Salop,  1710,  1713 
and  1722-7.  Of  Hordley,  Salop,  Esq.  Father  of  Edward 
(1725-6).   (J.  B.  Blakeway,  Sheriffs  of  Shropshire.) 

KINASTON,  ROGER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  22, 
1699.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.  B.  at  Llansaintffraid,  Montgom. 
School,  Ruthin  (Mr  Morgan).  Matric.  1690;  B.A.  1702-3; 
M.A.  1706.  Chaplain  at  King's  College,  1706.  Ord.  priest 
(Lincoln)  June  8,  1707. 

KINASTON,  SAMUEL.  M.A.  1634  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
Salop,  pleb.  Matric.  from  Lincoln  College,  Nov.  9,  1621, 
age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1624-5;  M.A.  (AU  Souls)  1628.  R.  of 
Blackmanstone,  Kent,  1630-7.  R.  of  Somerford  Magna,  Wilts., 
1637.  Died  1637.   (Hasted;  Al.  Oxon.) 

KINASTON  or  KENISTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peter- 
house,  1596-7.  Matric.  1597;  Scholar,  1597-8. 

KYNASTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Jan. 
29,  1750-1.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Panlield,  Essex,  clerk.  Bapt. 
at  St  Paul's,  Covent  Garden,  Mar.  7, 1733-4.  School,  Bishop's 
Stortford,  Herts.  (Mr  Wall).  Matric.  1751;  Scholar,  1751. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Jan.  23,  1749-50;  's.  and  h.  of  Thomas, 
of  Covent  Garden,  Middlesex,  clerk.'   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KINASTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
June  16,  1699.  S.  of  William,  gent.  B.  at  Ryton,  Salop. 
School,  Shrewsbury.  Matric.  1699;  B.A.  1703-4;  M.A.  1707. 
Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Dec.  29,  1699.  Master  in  Chancery, 
1721-49.   Died  Feb.  24,  1748-9. 

KINDE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1576;  B.A. 
1579-80;  M.A.  1583.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1583.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Nov.  21,  1580;  priest  (Lincohj)  Apr.  11,  1582.  R.  of 
Covington,  Hunts.,  1587-8.  Perhaps  V.  of  Greenwich,  1590- 
1616. 

V.  A.  C.  III. 


King,  Benjamin 

KINDE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1606.  Of 
Lincolnshire.  B.A.  1608-9;  M.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1612. 
Perhaps  D.D.  1623;  incorp.  from  St  Andrews.  V.  of  Winter- 
ton,  Lines.,  1612-8.  Perhaps  V.  of  Stamfordham,  North- 
umberland, 1618;  resigned  same  year.  R.  of  Crofton,  Yorks., 
1619-23.  Died  1623.  Al.  Oxon.  seems  to  confuse  him  with 
the  last. 
KINDER,  EDMUND.  Adm.  (age  22)  at  Caius,  June  25,  1564. 
Of  Wath,  Yorks.  S.  of  John,  gent.  School,  Boston,  Lines. 
One  of  this  name  of  St  Mark's,  Lincoln,  where  he  is  described, 
in  Part  of  a  Register,  as  'no  preacher.'  (Venn,  i.  54.) 
KINDER  or  KYNDER,  PHILIP.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke, 
Easter,  1612.  Probably  s.  of  William,  of  Sneinton,  Notts. 
B.  there,  1597.  B..A.  1615-6.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
John  Barkley,  of  Warws.  Miscellaneous  writer;  author  of 
the  curious  MS.  Historie  of  Darbyshire  preserved  in  the 
Ashmolean  Collections.  Brother  of  the  next.  (Jewitt's 
Reliq.,  xv.  168;  D.N.B.) 
KINDER,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1609.  ist  s.  of  William,  of  Sneinton,  Notts.  B.A.  1612-3; 
M.A.  1616.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1614;  priest,  Dec.  1616. 
R.  of  Lambley,  Notts.,  1616.  R.  of  Cotgrave,  1617.  Married 
at  Shelford,  Notts.,  Ursula,  dau.  of  William  Scrimshire,  of 
Cotgrave.  Buried  at  Cotgrave,  May  17,  1645.  Father  of  the 
next  and  brother  of  Philip  (above).  (Godfrey,  Notts.) 
KINDER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  21, 
1638.  S.  of  Robert  (1609),  R.  of  Cotgrave,  Notts.  B.  at 
Lambley,  Notts.  School,  Nottingham.  B.A.  1641-2. 
KINDERSLEY,  RALPH.    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs. 

1585.   Of  Suffolk. 

KINDERSLEY,    SALATHIEL.     Matric.    pens,    from    Corpus 

Christi,  Michs.  1566.    Of  Norfolk.    Migrated  as  FeU.-Com. 

to  Queens',  July  17,  1574.  R.  of  Sculthorpe,  Norfolk,  in  1609. 

KYNDESLE  or  KENEDESLY,  WILLIAM.    Scholar  at  King's 

Hall,  1362.  Promoted  to  a  benefice,  Sept.  1379. 
KINDLETON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  July  3,  1620. 
B.  at  Sutton,  Essex.  Matric.  1620-1;  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A. 
1627;  B.D.  1635.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  20,  age  24; 
priest,  Sept.  23,  1627.  R.  of  Laver  Magdalen,  Essex,  1631, 
sequestered,  and  1662-7.  Died  Jan.  3,  1667,  aged  61.  M.I. 
WiU,  P.C.C.    (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KINDLOSSE, .   M.A.  1612  (fil.  nob.). 

KINE  or  KINNES,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  1629;  B.A.  1633-4;  M.A.  1637.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.) 
Mar.  I,  1639-40. 
KING,  ADAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  13)  at  Christ's,  June  9,  1631. 
S.  of  Sir  John,  Muster-Master-General  in  Ireland  (for  whom 
see  D.N.B.).  B.  near  Dublin.  Schools,  London  (Mr  Famaby) 
and  Repton  (Mr  Whitehead).  Matric.  1631.  Adm.  at  Lin- 
coln's Inn,  Jan.  24,  1634-5,  as  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  John,  of 
Lichfield,  Knt.  Brother  of  Edward  (1626),  Henry  (1631), 
John  (1618),  Roger  (1626),  William  (1618)  and  probably  of 
Robert  (1613-4).  (Repton  Sch.  Reg.;  Lodge,  iii.  223.) 
KING,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1448.  Of  London.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  AU  HaUows-the- 
Great,  1482-7.  Died  1487. 
KING,  ALEXANDER.  M.A.  from  King's,  1739-  B.A.  (Trinity 
College,  Dublin).  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar.  16,  1712-3; 
priest.  May  23,  1714.  R.  of  Souldrop,  Beds.,  1720.  R.  of 
Colly-Weston,  Northants.,  1736-51.  R.  of  Wakerley,  1748- 
51.  Died  1751.  Father  of  Talbot  (1748).  (H.  I.  Longden.) 
KING,  ANDREW.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1565.  One 
of  these  names  schoolmaster  at  Chesham  Wobum,  Bucks., 
1595- 
KING,  ARNOLD.  LL.B.  1749  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Arnold,  of  Bromley,  Kent.  B.  Aug.  29,  1702  (?  1712).  School, 
Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  from  St  John's,  Oxford,  June  30, 
1731,  age  18;  B.C.L.  (Oxford)  1737.  R-  of  St  Michael, 
Comhill,  1749-71.  President  of  Sion  College,  1770.  Died 
June  17,  1771.  Will,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  Edward  (1721-2). 
(Al.  Oxon.;  G.  Mag.) 
KING,  ASAHEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  July  3,  1665.  Of 
Hertfordshire.  S.  of  John,  M.D.,  of  St  Albans.  Bapt.  Feb. 
20,  1647-8.  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1668-9;  M.A.  1672.  Signed 
for  priest's  orders  (London)  Dec.  20,  1673;  C.  of  St  Mildred 
Poultry.  Preb.  of  Gloucester,  1676-8.  R.  of  Doynton, 
Gloucs.,  1677-8.  Admon.  1678  (P.C.C),  as  of  St  Andrew's, 
Holbom.  Brother  of  John  (1655). 
KING,  AUSTIN.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Sept.  11,  1674. 

Matric.  1675. 
KING,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  July  20, 
1627.  S.  of  William  (1600-1),  of  Edmundthorpe,  Leics.  B.  at 
Cottesmore,  Rutland.  School,  Melton  Mowbray  (Mr  Sim. 
Humfry).  Matric.  1628;  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634.  V.  of 
Flamstead,  Herts.  V.  of  Hitchin,  1644.  V.  of  Oakham, 
Rutland,  1645;  ejected,  1662.   (Calamy,  11.  315.) 

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King,  Benjamin 

KING,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  28,  1673. 
Of  Leicestershire.  3rd  s.  of  Benjamin,  of  Kirby  Muxloe, 
Leics.  Bapt.  Dec.  22,  1654.  Matric.  1674;  B.A.  1676-7;  M,.\. 
1680.  Incorp.  at  Exeter  College,  Oxford,  1699.  B.D.  and  D.D. 
(Oxford)  1701.  V.  of  All  Saints',  Northampton,  1690-1716. 
R.  of  Ashton,  Northants.,  1700-17-  Preb.  of  Gloucester, 
1700-28.  V.  of  St  Mary-de-Lode,  Gloucester,  1716-22. 
Married  Sarah,  dau.  of  John  Conant,  D.D.,  V.  of  All  Saints', 
Northampton.  Died  May  3,  1728.  Buried  at  St  Mary-de- 
Lode.  M.I.  in  Gloucester  Cathedral.  Will,  P.C.C.  Father  of 
the  next.   (Al.  Oxon.;  Nichols,  iv.  626;  F.  S.  Hockaday.) 

KING,  BENJAMIN.  M.A.  from  Emmanuel,  1719.  S.ofBenjamin 

(above).  Bapt.  at  All  Saints',  Northampton,  Mar.  4,  1686-7. 

Matric.  from  Exeter  College,  Oxford,  June  17,  1703,  age  16; 

B.A.  (Oxford)  1707.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  26,  1711; 

priest,   Sept.   20,    1712.    V.   of  All  Saints',   Northampton, 

1717-31.   Died  Oct.  25,  1731.   M.I.   {Al.  Oxon.;  Nichols,  iv. 

626.) 
KINGE,  CHARLES.    Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Feb.  10,  1670-1. 

S.  of  John,  of  Much  Hadham,  Herts.,  gent.    Migrated  to 

Oxford.   Matric.  from  Christ  Church,  July  15,  1671,  age  17; 

B.A.  1675;  M.A.  1678.  V.  of  Deddington,  Oxon.,  1697.   (Al. 

Oxon.) 
KING,  CHARLES.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  31, 

1702.    S.  of  John,  deceased.    B.  at  Gt  Stukeley,   Hunts. 

School,  Huntingdon  (Mr  Matthews).  Matric.  1702,  as  'John.' 
KYNGE,  CHRISTOPHER.   Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Lent, 

1580-1;  B.A.  1584-5;  M.A.  1588.    R.  of  Snoreham,  Essex, 

1596.    R.  of  Cricksea,  1610-3.   Of  Purleigh,  Essex,  in  1595, 

when  licensed  (Bishop  of  London)  to  marry  Margaret,  dau. 

of  WiUiam  Dunton,  clerk.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
KING,  EDMUND.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  Aug.  15,  1663; 

M.D.  (Lambeth);  incorp.  at  Cambridge,  1671.   F.R.S.,  1666. 

Hon.  fellow  R.C. P.,  1677;  fellow  (by  charter  of  James  I),  1687. 

Knighted,  Feb.  2,  1685-6.    Physician  to  Charles  11.    Died 

May  30,  1709,  aged  80.  Will,  P.C.C.  (D.N.B.;  Munk,  i.  448.) 
KYNGE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1562. 

KING,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Sx  John's,  c.  1594;  B.A. 
1597-8;  M.A.  1601. 

KING,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1625; 
B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.  Old.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  21; 
priest,  Dec.  22,  1628. 

KING,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Christ's,  June  9, 
1626.  S.  of  Sir  John,  formerly  of  Northallerton,  Yorks. 
B.  at  Boyle,  Connaught.  Matric.  1626;  B.A.  1629-30;  M.A. 
1633.  Fellow,  1630.  Praelector,  1633.  Donor  to  the  New 
Buildings  at  Christ's.  Friend  of  Milton;  commemorated  by 
him  in  Lycidas.  Drowned  at  sea  when  on  his  way  to  Ireland, 
Aug.  10, 1637.  WiU  proved  (V.C.C.  and  P.C.C.)  1637.  Brother 
of  Roger  (1626)  and  Henry  (1631),  etc.  {Peile,  i.  375;  D.N. B.) 

KING,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  24, 
1657.  S.  of  Edward,  of  Martin,  Lines.  B.  there.  School, 
Sleaford.  Matric.  1657.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  28, 
1658-9  ('s.  and  h.  of  Edward,  of  Ashby-de-la-Launde').  Of 
Ashby,  Esq.  Married  Bridget,  dau.  of  Sir  Gervase  Nevile, 
Knt.  and  had  issue.  Died  1692.  WiU  proved,  Dec.  12,  1692. 
Father  of  Nevil  (1695-6).    [Lines.  Pedigrees,  566.) 

KING,  EDWARD.  M.A.  1715  from  St  John's.  S.  of  James, 
farmer.  B.  at  Milton,  Yorks.  Adm.  at  Trinity  CoUege, 
Dublin,  June  30,  1708,  age  19;  B.A.  (DubUn).  Ord.  priest 
(York)  Sept.  1715.  R.  of  Radcliffe,  Lanes.,  1716-9.  Died 
1719.   M.I.  at  Radclifie.   (Victoria  Co.  Hist.  Lanes.,  v.  66.) 

KING,  EDWARD.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  4, 
1721-2.  Of  Bromley,  Kent.  S.  and  h.  of  Arnold,  of  Bromley, 
Esq.  Matric.  1721.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Aug.  8,  1721. 
Brother  of  Arnold  (1749). 

KING,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1621. 
Of  Ireland.  S.  of  Sir  John,  of  Dublin,  Knt.  B.A.  from  Trinity 
Hall,  1624-5.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  3,  1625-6.  Brother 
of  John  (1618),  Robert  (1613-4),  etc. 

KING,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  Apr.  1, 
1646.  S.  of  Francis,  gent.,  of  Watford,  Herts.  School, 
Ampthill.  Matric.  1646;  B.A.  1649-50;  M.A.  1653.  Incorp. 
at  Oxford,  1653.  Perhaps  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  2,  1647, 
as  of  Hempstead,  Herts.,  gent.  Father  of  Thomas  (1681). 

KING,  GEOFFREY.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1583. 
B.  in  St  Sepulchre,  Newgate,  c.  1567.  B.A.  1587-8;  M.A.  1591; 
B.D.  1599.  Fellow,  1586-1603.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1591. 
Regius  Professor  of  Hebrew,  1607-8.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Dec.  5;  priest,  Dec.  6,  1595,  age  29.  C.  of  Chaldwell,  Essex. 
R.  of  Edburton,  Sussex,  1602-6.  V.  of  Horsham,  1605.  V.  of 
Lancaster,  1609-30.  Instituted  to  Aldingham,  Lanes.,  1615 
and  1623,  but  did  not  hold  the  living.  Chaplain  to  James  I. 
Died  1630.  Probably  son  and  executor  of  Richard,  citizen 
and  cordwainer,  of  St  Sepulchre's,  whose  will  (P.C.C.)  1597. 
(J.  Ch.  Smith.) 


King,  James 

KING,  GEORGE.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1569; 

B.A.   1571-2.    Ord.  deacon   (Norwich)   Sept.   29,   as  C.  of 

'Stoven';  priest,  Dec.  23,  1604,  age  50.  R.  of  Holton,  Suffolk, 

1607-20. 

KING,   GEORGE.    M.A.    1650   (Incorp.  from  Oxford).    B.A. 

(Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford)  1646-7.   Created  M.A.  1648.   V.  of 

Netheravon,  Wilts.,  1653.   V.  of  Frampton,  Dorset,  1661-4. 

Subscribed  for  deacon  and  priest  (Bristol)  Aug.  21,  1662. 

R.  of  Langton  Matravers,  Dorset,  1664-1709.  Died  June  21, 

1709,  aged  83.  M.I.  at  Langton.  (^/.  Oxon.;  F.S.  Hockaday.) 

KING,   GEORGE.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.   at  Pembroke,   June   28, 

1684.  S.  of  Gregory,  of  Lichfield,  Stafis.  Perhaps  a  younger 

brother  of  Gregory,  Lsmcaster  Herald.    (M.  Noble,  College 

of  Arms,  335.) 

KING,  GEORGE.   Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1719;  B.A. 

1722-3;  M.A.  1733.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  31,  1724; 

priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  1726.  R.  of  Nowton,  Suffolk,  1728-56. 

R.  of  Southacre,  Norfolk,  1741.   Died  1756.   Father  of  John 

Glen  (1747). 

KING,  GILES.    Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhquse,  Easter,  1611; 

Scholar,  1611-6;  B.A.  1614-5;  M.A.  1618.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 

1618.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24,  1615;  priest.  May  31, 

1618.   R.  of  Bircham  Newton,  Norfolk,  1621.    R.  of  Temf)s- 

ford,  Beds.,  1623-47,  sequestered.    He  was  perhaps  a  son  of 

Richard  (1573)-    (Al.  Oxon.) 

KING,  GODFREY.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Lent, 

1647-8,  as  Geoffrey;  LL.B.  1661.  Ord.  priest  (Bishop  Brown- 

rigg,  of  Exeter)  Apr.  5,  1659.  V.  of  Copdock  and  Washbrook, 

Suffolk,  1661.  Archdeacon  of  Suffolk,  1684-7. 

KING,  GODFREY.    Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  7, 

1678-9.   Matric.  1679;  LL.B.  1684. 
KINGE,   HENRY.     Matric.   sizar  from   Clare,    Easter,    1560. 
Perhaps  ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  19,  1562;  'bred  in  the 
schools';  V.  of  Bromham,  Beds.   V.  of  Stevington,  till  1604. 
Buried  there  Aug.  8,  1604.   (W.  M.  Noble.) 
KINGE,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1584. 
KING,  KENRY.    Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1616;  B.A. 
1619-20;  M.A.  1623.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Norwich)  Dec. 
19,  1624.    R.  of  Hedenham,  Norfolk,  1626.    Perhaps  R.  of 
Tasburgh,  1629.    One  of  these  names  R.  of  Intwood  and 
Keswick  between  1640  and  1662. 
KINGE,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Easter,  1623. 
KING,  HENRY.   Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Christ's,  June  9,  1631. 
S.   of  Sir  John.    B.    near  Dublin.    Schools,   London   (Mr 
Farnaby)  and  Repton  (Mr  Whitehead).  Matric.  1631;  LL.B. 
from  Trinity  Hall,  1637.  Author.  Brother  of  Edward  (1626), 
Roger  (1626),  etc.   (Peile,  i.  411;  Repton  Sch.  Reg.) 
KINGE,  HENRY.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Apr.  19,  1644. 
S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Famham,  Suffolk.    B.  at  Stratford  St 
Andrew.  School,  Benhall  (Mr  White).  Matric.  1644;  Scholar, 
1645-9;   B.A.   1647-8;   M.A.    1651.    R.  of  Mulberton  and 
Warham  St  Mary  Magdalene,  Norfolk,  1661-72.   Died  Mar. 
24,1671-2.  Will  (Ipswich)  1672.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1645). 
(Venn,  i.  352.) 
KING,  HENRY.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  23,  1646.    Of 

Ireland.   Matric.  1646. 
KING,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Feb.  8,  1647-8. 
S.  of  Sir  Robert.    B.  in  Ireland.    Adm.  at  Trinity  College, 
Dublin,  June  16,  1646.    Probably  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May 
27,  1652,  as  s.  of  Sir  Robert,  of  Whitaker,  Warws.  (Peile,  i. 
517.) 
KING,  HEZECHIAH.    M.A.  1623  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).   S.  of 
David  Le  Roy,  or  King,  merchant.    Matric.  from  Christ 
Church,  Oxford,  Feb.  21,   1616-7,  age   16;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1619-20;   M.A.   1622.    R.  of  Deal,   Kent,  in   1638.    R.  of 
FoiJmere,  Cambs.,  1642-66.    Married,  June  1,  1624,  at  St 
Bartholomew  Exchange,  Mar>',  dau.  of  John  Wyboe.    WiU 
(P.C.C.)  1678;  as  of  Homsey,  Middlesex.  (F.  C.  Cass,  Monken 
Hadley;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
KING,  ISAAC.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  1637.   Matric.  1637; 
B.A.  1640-1.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  19,  1641;  priest 
(Peterb.)  June  5,  1642.   Sequestered  to  'Abington,  Cambs.,' 
1645;  ejected,  1662.  Father  of  Samuel  (1670-1).  (Calamy,\. 
245-) 
KING,  J.   B.A.  1469-70. 

KING,  JAMES.    Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1569. 
Native  of  Dublin,  sent  to  Cambridge  by  Patrick  Cusack,  the 
famous  schoolmaster.   Died  1569.   (Cooper,  i.  283.) 
KINGE,  JAMES.   B.A.  from  Trinity,  1606-7. 
KING,  JAMES.   Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1607. 
KING,  JAMES.   Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
Mar.  14,  1608-9.    Of  Durham.    Matric.  1609;  B.A.  1612-3. 
FeUow,  1612,  tiU  1614.    One  of  these  names,  'M.A.,'  ord. 
deacon  (Durham)  Sept.  22,  1622;  priest  (York,  for  Durham) 
Sept.  1626.  C.  of  Wolviston,  Durham,  in  1631. 


King,  James 

KING,  JAMES.   Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1618.  Of 
Ireland.  B.A.  1621-2.  Probably  R.  of  Worlingham,  Suffolk, 
1628  (M.A.). 
KING,  JAMES.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  16,  1645.   Of 
Suffolk.    Probably  s.  of  James  (above).   Matric.  1645;  B.A. 
1648-9.   C.  to  his  father  at  Worlingham,  1650. 
KING,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  {age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  i,  1734- 
S.   of  Thomas,   gent.,   of  Skellands,    Kirkby   Malhamdale, 
Yorks.   B.  there.   Bapt.  Apr.  5,  1716,  at  Skellands.   School, 
Ripon  (Mr  Stephens).  Matric.  1734;  B.A.  1737-8;  M.A.  1741; 
D.D.   1771.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincohi)   Dec.  24,   1738;  pnest, 
June  I,  1740.  V.  of  Clitheroe  and  Downham,  Lanes.,  1743-50. 
Chaplain  to  the  House  of  Commons,  i77i-4-   R-  of  St  Mary, 
GuUdford,    1772-4.     R.    of    Dunsfold,    1774-6.     Canon    of 
Windsor,    1774-6.     Dean    of    Raphoe,    1776-95.     Died    at 
Woodstock,  Apr.  24,  i795-   Buried  there.   M.I.   Will,  P.C.C. 
There  was  an  Oxford  contemporary,  also  D.D.   (Scott-Mayor, 
III.  453;  Burke,  L.G.) 
KYNG,  JOHN.  Of  Foulmere,  Cambs.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Mar.  14, 
1387-8;  title  'the  House  of  B.  Maria  de  Graciis.'   Probably 
fellow  of  Peterhouse. 
KING,  JOHN.    B.A.  1519-20;  M.A.  1523.    Fellow  of  Peter- 
house,  1521.   Bursar,  1524.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  21, 
1522-3;  priest,  Apr.  4,  1523.    Perhaps  R.  of  Booking,  Essex, 
1532-65.   R.  of  Bradfield  Magna,  1556.   {T.A.Walker.) 
KING,  JOHN.    B.A.  1525-6. 
KING,  JOHN.    Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

Aug.  20,  1526.   Of  the  City  of  London.   Left  College,  1529. 
KING,  JOHN.   B.A.  1526-7. 

KING,   JOHN.    B.A.   1547-8   (after  12   terms  at  Oxford  and 

Cambridge);  M.A.  1549.    One  of  these  names  (M.A.),  R.  of 

Kingston,  Kent,  1570. 

KINGE,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter,  1548; 

B.A.  1553-4;  Scholar,  1554;  M.A.  1557.   Fellow,  1556.   Ord. 

deacon  (Ely)  July  7;  priest,  Nov.  24,  1560.    R.  of  Stourton, 

Wilts.,  1565.  R.  of  Taplow,  Bucks.,  1567.  Canon  of  Windsor, 

1580.    Married   Mar>-,   dau.  of  William   Bird,   of  Walden, 

Essex.   Died  May  13,  1607.  Buried  at  St  George's,  Windsor. 

M.I.   WiU  (P.C.C.)  1608.   (Cooper,  11.  452.) 

KING,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1559;  B.A. 

1561-2;  M.A.  1565.    Ord.  deacon  (Worcester)  1573;  priest 

(Exeter)  Mar.  2,  1573-4.   R.  of  St  Anne,  Aldersgate,  London, 

1580-7.    (Cooper,  II.  452.) 

KING,  JOHN.    Adm.  at  King's  (age  19)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

Sept.  22,  1567.  Of  Barley,  Herts.  Matric.  1567;  B.A.  1571-2; 

M.A.  1575.  FeUow,  1570-2.  Lower  Master  at  Eton,  1573-97. 

Will  of  one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.)  1616;  schoolmaster  at 

Ipswich. 

KING,  JOHN.    M.A.  1584  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).    S.  of  Philip, 

of  WorminghaJl,  Bucks.,   Esq.    Adm.  at  Christ  Church,   a 

scholar  from  Westminster,   1576;   B.A.   (Oxford)   1579-80; 

M.A.  1582-3;  B.D.  1591;  D.D.  1601.    Proctor,  1589.    Dean 

of    Christ    Church,     1605-11.     Vice-Chancellor,     1607-11. 

Chaplain  to  James  I.   R.  of  St  Anne  and  St  Agnes,  London, 

1580-1.    Archdeacon  of  Nottingham,  1590-161 1.    R.  of  St 

Andrew,  Holbom,  1597-1611.    R.  of  Black  Notley,  Essex, 

1599.     Preb.   of  St   Paul's,   1599-1611.     Preb.   of  Lincoln, 

1610-1.  Bishop  of  London,  1611-21.    Contributed  poems  to 

the  Oxford  Collections.  Died  Mar.  30,  1621,  aged  62.    Buried 

in  St  Paul's  Cathedral.    WiU,  P.C.C.    (Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.; 

A.  B.  Beaven.) 

KINGE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1603;  B.A. 

1610,  as  Kinges. 
KING,  JOHN.    M.A.  1606  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).    Of  Norfolk, 
gent.    Matric.  from  Queen's  College,  Oxford,  Oct.  17,  1589, 
age  13;  B.A.  1593;  M.A.  1598;  B.D.  1608;  D.D.  1615.  FeUow 
of  Merton,  1594.  Incorp.  at  Cambridge,  1621.  R.  of  Stourton, 
Wilts.,  1605-31.    R.  of  Whitford,  Flints.,  1608.    Preb.  of 
Westminster,  1613-38.    Canon  of  Windsor,  1615-38.    R.  of 
Islip,  Oxon.,  1632.  Died  Aug.  7,  1638.  Buried  in  St  George's 
Chapel,  Windsor.  Will,  P.C.C.   (Al.  Oxon.) 
KING,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  10,  1613.   S.  of 
Ralph,  of  Watford,  Herts.  B.  1597.  B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622. 
V.  of  Abbots  Langley,  Herts.,  1626-62.    Author,  the  Non- 
conformists' Plea.    Died  Sept.  i6,   1679,  aged  82.    M.I.  at 
Abbots  Langley.  (Clutterbuck,  1.  177.) 
KING,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1618.   Of 
Ireland.     Doubtless    2nd   s.    of   Sir   John,    Muster-Master- 
General  in  Ireland.   Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1620.   Clerk 
of  the  Hanaper.  Married  Margaret,  dau.  of  Francis  Edgworth, 
Esq.   Brother  of  William  (1618),  etc.  (Lodge,  iii.  222.) 
KING,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1622;  B.A. 

from  Christ's,  1624-5. 
KINGE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Oct.  24,  1628, 
from  Trinity  College,  Dublin  (adm.  there,  1627).   Probably 
2nd  s.  of  Edward,  Bishop  of  Elphin.  B.  in  Co.  Roscommon. 
(Peile,  I.  394.) 


King,  John 

KING,  JOHN.  M.A.  1637  (Incorp.  from  Geneva).  Probably  ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  22,  1639,  as  'M.A.;  of  Jesus  College'; 
priest.  May  30,  1640. 

KING,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  June  24, 
1639.  S.  of  Abraham,  Esq.  B.  at  Toseland,  Hunts.  School, 
St  Ives  (Mr  Bell  and  Mr  Reynolds). 

KING,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  1643.  Probably 
adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  .\ug.  2,  1647.  Called  to  the  Bar,  Nov.  23, 
1658. 

KING,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  (age  16)  from  Queens',  Michs.  1655. 
Of  Hertfordshire.  S.  of  John,  M.D.,  of  London  and  St 
Albans,  Herts.  B.  Feb.  5,  1639-40.  Schools,  St  Albans  and 
Eton.  B.A.  1659-60.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1660. 
Barrister,  Feb.  9,  1667-8.  Bencher,  1674.  Knighted,  Dec.  10, 
1674.  K.C.,  1674.  Treasurer,  1675.  Attorney-General  to 
James,  Duke  of  York.  Died  June  29,  1677.  Buried  in  the 
Temple  Church.  Will,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  Asahel.  (Le  Neve, 
Knights,  296;  D.N.B.) 

KING,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  June  21,  1666.  S. 
of  John,  M.D.,  F.R.C.P.  B.  in  St  Olave's,  Old  Jewry,  London, 
June  6,  1648.  School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  1667; 
Scholar,  1667-71;  M.B.  1670  (Lit.  Reg.).  Probably  adm.  at 
Leyden,  May  20,  1671.  Rhetoric  Professor  at  Gresham 
College,  1676-86,  when  he  resigned.  F.R.S.,  1676.  (Venn,  I. 
428;  J.  Ward,  Gresham  Professors.) 

KING,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  June  15, 
1682. 

KING,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Peterhouse,  Dec.  21, 
1688.  School,  Bedford.  Matric.  1688;  B.A.  1692-3.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Dec.  20, 1696;  priest  (Lincoln)  May  30, 1697. 
V.  of  Harrold,  Beds.,  1697-1710.  Buried  Mar.  1,  1709-10. 
(W.  M.  Noble.) 

KING,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  May  22,  1688.  Of 
London. 

KING,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  16,  1689.  S. 
of  Sir  Robert,  of  Boyle,  Co.  Roscommon,  Ireland,  Bart.  B. 
there.  Matric.  1689.  Succeeded  as  Bart.,  1708.  M.P.  for 
Boyle,  1695-9,  1703-14;  and  for  Co.  Roscommon,  1715-21. 
Died  Mar.  19,  1720-1.   (Venn,  i.  487;  G.E.C.) 

KING,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Christ's,  Sept.  13,  1692. 
Perhaps  s.  of  John  (1655).  If  so,  b.  Mar.  25,  1675.  (Peile, 
II.  127;  Clutterbuck,  1.  83.) 

KING,  JOHN.  D.D.  from  St  Catharine's,  1698.  S.  of  John, 
of  Manaccan,  Cornwall,  clerk.  Matric.  from  Exeter  College, 
Oxford,  July  7,  1674,  age  20;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1678;  M.A.  1681. 
R.  of  West  Wycombe,  Bucks.,  1684-95.  R.  of  PertenhaU, 
Beds.,  1690-1710.  R.  of  Chelsea,  1694-1732.  R.  of  Harrold, 
Beds.,  1697-1710.  Preb.  of  York,  1718-32.  Married  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Joseph  Aris,  of  Adston,  Northants.,  widow  of  John 
Eston,  R.  of  PertenhaU.  Author,  misceUaneous.  Died  at 
Chelsea,  May  30,  1732.  Buried  at  PertenhaU.  M.I.  Father 
of  John  (1714)  and  WUliam  (1718).   (Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

KING,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  May  7,  i707- 
S.  of  Edward,  of  Canterbury.  Matric.  1707;  B.A.  1710-1; 
M.A.  1714;  D.D.  1728.  FeUow,  1711.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
May  23,  1714;  priest,  Dec.  18,  1715.  One  of  these  names  R. 
of  North  Barsham,  Norfolk,  1723. 

KING,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1714.  B.  at 
Adston,  Northants.,  Aug.  5,  1696.  S.  of  John  (1698).  Matric. 
Easter,  1715;  B.A.  1718-9;  M.A.  1722.  FeUow,  1718. 
Practised  physic  at  Stamford,  Lines.  Married  Lucy,  dau.  of 
Thomas  Morice,  paymaster  of  the  Forces  at  Lisbon.  Author, 
classical.  Died  Oct.  12,  1728.  Buried  at  PertenhaU,  Beds. 
Brother  of  WiUiam  (1718).   (D.N.B.) 

KING,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  22, 
1717.  S.  of  Thomas,  Esq.,  of  Melford,  Suffolk.  B.  at  Bury 
St  Edmunds.  Educated  at  home  (Mr  Sharpe).  Matric. 
1717. 

KING,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Clare,  Nov.  15,  1723.  S.  of 
Peter,  afterwards  Lord  ChanceUor  and  Baron  of  Ockham, 
Surrey.  B.  in  London.  Bapt.  at  St  Clement  Danes,  Jan.  13, 
1705-6.  Matric.  1723;  M.A.  1723.  M.P.  for  Launceston,  1727; 
for  Exeter,  1734.  Succeeded  his  father  as  2nd  Lord  King, 
Baron  of  Ockham,  Surrey,  1734.  Outranger  of  Windsor 
Forest.  Married  EUzabeth,  dau.  of  Robert  Fry,  Esq.,  of 
Devon.  Died  on  the  voyage  to  Lisbon  for  the  recovery  of  his 
health,  Feb.  10,  1739-40.  Brother  of  WiUiam  (1727). 
(Manning  and  Bray,  iii.  124;  G.E.C.) 

KING,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  Mar.  20,  1734-5- 
S.  of  John,  of  Sherborne,  Dorset.  School,  Sherborne  (Mr 
Gayler).  Matric.  1735;  Scholar,  1739;  B.A.  1739-40.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  JiUy,  i739- 

KING,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1742.  Of  Lancashire. 
Matric.  1742;  B.A.  1745-6;  M.A.  1749.  FeUow,  1747-8.  V. 
of  Preston-cttm-Hove,  Sussex,  1748.  R.  of  Waltham.  Preb. 
of  Chichester,  1752. 


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KING,  JOHN.    'Fellow  of  King's'  (see  D.N.B.).   S.  of  John 

(1714).  B.  1727.  Matric.  from  Balliol  College,  Oxford,  Aug. 
12,  1746.  Patron  and  R.  of  Pertenhall,  Beds.,  1752-1800. 
Died  Oct.  6,  1812,  aged  85.   (D.N.B.) 

KING,  JOHN  GLEN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Oct.  9,  1747- 
S.  of  George  (1719),  R.  of  Southacre,  Norfolk.  B.  at  Stow- 
market,  Suffolk.  School,  Swafiham  (Mr  Ri.  Hest  and  Quartus 
Hest).  Scholar,  1747-55;  Matric.  174S;  B.A.  1751;  M.A. 
1763;  D.D.  (Oxford)  1771.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  22, 
1754;  priest  (Ely)  Sept.  19,  1756.  V.  of  Little  Barwick, 
Norfolk,  1760-4.  Chaplain  at  St  Petersbiurg,  1764.  R.  of 
Wortnley,  Herts.,  1783-7.  Preacher  at  Spring  Garden  Chapel, 
London.  F.R.S.  and  F.S.A.,  1771.  Married,  at  Greenwich, 
Aug.  1 776,  Jane  Hyde,  of  Blackheath.  Author,  miscellaneous. 
Died  in  London,  Nov.  3,  1787.  Buried  at  Wormley.  Will, 
P.C.C.   {D.N.B.;  Venn,  11.  60;  F.  Burney,  Diary,  1772) 

KING,  JOSEPH.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1613. 

KING,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  24)  at  St  John's,  May  22, 
i66o.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Middlesex.  B.  there. 

KING,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Christ's,  June  15,  1710. 
S.  of  John  (apparently  dissenting  minister  and  schoolmaster 
at  Wellingborough).  B.  at  Scottow,  Norfolk. 

KING,  JOSIAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  13)  at  Caius,  July  3,  1661.  S.  of 
Josias,  silkweaver,  of  Modbury,  Devon.  B.  there.  Schools, 
Modbury  (Mr  Coyte)  and  Plympton  (private;  Mr  Williams). 
Matric.  1661;  Scholar,  1661-5;  B.A.  1664-5.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1666.  M.A.  (Oxford)  1667-8.  V.  of  Brampford 
Speke,  Devon,  1671.  R.  of  St  Edmund-on-the-Bridge, 
Exeter,  1686-1708.  Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Anglesey. 
Author.  Died  1708.  (Fe«n,  i.  414;  the  author  there  referred 
to  was  probably  his  father.) 

KING,  MICHAEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Mar.  i,  1577-8. 
Matric.  1579;  B.A.  1581-2;  M.A.  1585.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich) 
May  9,  1582.  C.  of  Little  St  Mary's,  Cambridge,  in  1582. 
R.  of  Bradfield  Combust,  Suffolk,  1595.  R.  of  Chedburgh, 
1597-1631.  Died  1631.  Buried  at  Chedburgh.  Will  (Bury) 
1631.   (r.  A.  Walker.) 

KING,  MURDAGH.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1592. 

KING,  NEVIL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  9,  1695-6. 
Afterwards  Fell.-Com.  Of  Leicestershire.  S.  of  Edward  (1657). 
Matric.  pens.  Lent,  1697.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  July  28, 
1696.  Of  Ashby,  Esq.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Richard 
Middlemore,  of  Somerby  Hall,  Grantham.  Buried  Feb.  7, 
1730-1.   Probably  father  of  the  next.   {Lines.  Pedigrees,  566.) 

KING,  NEVILLE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  6,  1739.  Of 
Lincolnshire.  S.  of  Neville  (?  above),  Esq.  School,  Caistor. 
Matric.  1739.  Died  May  30,  1741,  aged  20. 

KING,  NICHOLAS.  B.A.  1504-5.  One  of  these  names  V.  of 
Driffield,  Gloucs.,  1532-50.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1550.  (F.  S. 
Hockaday.) 

KINGE,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1555;  Scholar,  1557;  B.A.  1564-5;  M.A.  1568. 

KING,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1617,  as  'Kingay';  B.A.  1619-20;  M.A.  1623.  Ord.  priest 
(Norwich)  Dec.  i,  1623.  V.  of  Friston,  with  Snape,  Suffolk, 
1623-45,  sequestered. 

KING,  OLIVER.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1449. 
B.  in  London.  Probably  M.A.  1457.  Proctor,  1459-60. 
D.Can.L.  1472-3;  D.Civ.L.  1474-5  (studied  at  Orleans). 
French  secretary  to  Edward  IV,  1476.  Secretarj'  of  State, 
1480-3,  1487-1500,  and  employed  on  embassies.  Preb.  of 
York,  1480-90;  also  of  Hereford,  tiU  1480.  Canon  of  Windsor, 
1480-1503.  Archdeacon  of  Oxford,  1482-93.  Preb.  of  St 
Paul's,  1487-93.  Archdeacon  of  Berks.,  1487-92;  of  Taunton, 
1490-2.  Master  of  St  John's  Hospital,  Dorchester.  Registrar 
of  the  Garter.  R.  of  St  Peter,  Calais.  R.  of  All  Hallows-the- 
Great,  London.  Dean  of  Hereford,  Mar.-June,  1491.  Bishop 
of  Exeter,  1492;  and  of  Bath  and  Wells,  1495-1503.  Died 
Aug.  29,  1503.  Will  (P.C.C);  to  be  buried  in  Bath.  (Cooper, 
I.  7;  Hennessey;  D.N.B.) 

KING,  PEREGRINE.  M.A.  1621  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
Buckinghamshire,  pleb.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  Hall, 
Oxford,  Nov.  3,  1615,  age  17;  B.A.  1616;  M.A.  1619.  R.  of 
Mottistone,  Isle  of  Wight,  1637. 

KING,  PERRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  July  2,  1711.  Of  Cam- 
bridge. Matric.  1711;  B.A.  1714-5;  Scholar,  1715;  M.A.  1718. 
Fellow,  1718-20.   Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  2,  1717. 

KING,  PHILIP.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  as  'M.A.  of  Cambridge,' 
Mar.  23,  1614-5.  Not  found  in  our  records. 

KYNGE,  RALPH.   Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1549. 

KING,  RICHARD.   Fee  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1485-6. 

KING,  RICHARD.    B.Civ.L.  1505-6,  after  five  years'  study  at 

Cambridge.  Ahready  B.A.  of  Oxford.   Perhaps  V.  of  Bourn, 

Cambs.,  1506-27.  Died  1527. 


King,  Robert 

KING,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1556;  B.A. 
1559-60;  M.A.  1563.  Fellow,  1559-61.  Perhaps  will  proved 
(V.C.C.)  1566;  'M.A.  of  Christ's.' 

KYNGE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1567. 
Perhaps  B.A.  1577-8,  but  see  Richard  (1573). 

KING,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1568. 
Migrated  to  Peterhouse,  Mar.  1570-1.  B.A.  1571-2.  One  of 
these  names  R.  of  Creeling  St  Peter,  Suffolk,  1580. 

KING,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1571. 
(Perhaps  adm.  Michs.  1571,  as  'Robert,'  of  Yorkshire.) 

KING  or  KYNGE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec. 
1573.  Probably  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1577-8.  Probably  ord. 
priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  20,  1587.  V.  of  Weasenham,  1587. 
Licensed  to  preach  in  the  dioceses  of  Norwich,  Canterbury, 
London  and  Lincoln,  Aug.  10,  1613.  He  left  by  will  (P.C.C, 
1646)  bequests  to  the  poor  of  Duxford,  Cambs.,  and  St 
Peter's,  Cambridge.  Also  £300  for  erecting  a  free  school  at 
Duxford.  Father  of  Robert  (1611).  {Peile,  1.  128;  J.  Ch. 
Smith.) 

KING,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1581;  B.A. 
from  St  Catharine's,  1586-7;  M.A.  1590.  Perhaps  ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  1587.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Cottesmore, 
Rutland.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1617. 

KYNGE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1598.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Edward,  of  Ashby-de-la-Launde, 
Lines.  If  so,  bapt.  at  St  Olave's,  Silver  Street,  London,  July 
30,  1581.  Will  proved,  June  29,  1653.  Perhaps  father  of 
Roger  (1629).  One  of  these  names,  s.  of  Edward,  of  Ashby, 
Leics.,  Esq.,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  4,  1600.  Perhaps 
called  to  the  Bar,  Oct.  15,  1620.   {Lines.  Pedigrees,  565.) 

KING,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  13)  at  Peterhouse,  Dec.  20, 
1656.   Of  Kent.   Matric.  1658;  Scholar,  1658;  B.A.  1660-1. 

KING,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  May  9,  1663.  Of 
Cambridgeshire.  S.  of  Thomas.  Matric.  1663;  B.A.  1666-7; 
M.A.  1670.  Fellow,  1668-71.  Died  Apr.  28,  1671.  Buried  at 
Duxford,  Cambs. 

KING,  ROBERT.  B.A.  1521-2. 

KING,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1556; 
B.A.  1559-60.  Probably  M.A.  1563.  'Ord.  priest  (Lincohi) 
Dec.  18,  1560,  age  38;  married;  preacher'  {Lib.  Cler.  Line, 
1576).  R.  of  FuUetby,  Lines.,  till  1579.  Preb.  of  Lincoln, 
1576-84.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1577-84.  V.  of  Gt  Dunmow, 
Essex,  1578-84.  R.  of  Orsett,  1579-84.  Died  Nov.  3,  1584, 
aged  43.  M.I.  at  Orsett.   {T.  A.  Walker.) 

KING,  ROBERT.  B.A.  from  Jesus,  1595-6;  M.A.  1599;  B.D. 
1606;  D.D.  1615.  incorp.  at  Oxford,  1615.  R.  of  Tilston, 
Cheshire,  1603-31.  Rural  dean  of  Middlewich.  Perhaps  R. 
of  Whitford,  Flints.,  1608.   Died  before  1635.   (E.  Axon.) 

KING,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  July  8,  1611. 
S.  of  Richard  (1573),  V.  of  Weasenham,  Norfolk.  School, 
Ely  (Mr  Wigmore).  Matric.  1612;  Scholar,  1612-7;  B.A. 
1614-5;  M.A.  1618;  B.D.  1625.  Fellow,  1619-27.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1618.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  1;  priest.  Mar.  2, 
1617-8.  R.  of  St  Michael  Coslany,  Norwich,  1625-46, 
sequestered.  R.  of  South  Walsham,  Norfolk,  1628.  V.  of 
Swafiham,  1629-46.  Licensed,  June  17,  1629,  to  marry 
Frances  Jegon,  of  Sible  Hedingham,  Essex.  Buried  at 
Weasenham,  Dec.  10,  1648.  M.I.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1649;  of 
Swafiham  Market.  Father  of  Robert  (1649)  and  brother  of 
William  (1625-6).   {Venn,  1.  214.) 

KING,  ROBERT.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Queens',  Jan.  19,  1613-4. 
Of  Dublin.  Doubtless  1st  s.  of  Sir  John,  Muster-Master- 
General  of  Ireland.  If  so,  knighted,  Aug.  19,  1621.  M.P.  for 
Boyle,  Roscommon,  1634,  1639;  for  Co.  Roscommon,  1642. 
Entered  the  service  of  the  pariiament;  amemberof  thecouncil 
of  state,  1653.  Died  1657.  Will  proved  (Ireland)  July  8,  1657. 
Brother  of  Edward  (1626),  etc.   {Lodge,  iii.  224;  D.N.B.) 

KING,  ROBERT.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  King's,  Easter, 
1615. 

KING,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1617.  Of 
Kent.  B.A.  1620-1;  M.A.  1624;  LL.D.  1636.  Fellow  of 
Trinity  HaU,  1625-36.  Junior  proctor,  1629-30.  Chosen  as 
Master  of  Trinity  Hall,  1645,  but  refused  by  the  House  of 
Commons.  Master  of  Trinity  Hall,  1660-76.  Proctor  in 
Bishop  of  Ely's  consistorial  court,  1628.  Advocate  of  the 
Court  of  Arches,  1641.  Official  to  the  Archdeacon  of  Sud- 
bury, 1641-62.  Chancellor  of  Ely,  1660-76.  Vicar-general 
and  principal  officiail  to  Bishop  Wren,  1661.  Died  Nov.  5, 
1676,  aged  76.  Buried  in  Trinity  Hall  Chapel.  M.I.  there. 
WiU  proved  (V.C.C)  1676.  Father  of  Robert  (1657).  {Peile, 
I.  318;  D.N.B.;  Hist.  Trin.  HaU.) 

KING,  ROBERT.  M.A.  1622  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of  John, 
Bishop  of  London.  Matric.  from  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  Oct. 
30,  1612,  age  14;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1615;  M.A.  1618. 


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KING,  ROBERT.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May  18,  1649- 

5.  of  Robert  (1611),  late  V.  of  Swafiham,  Norfolk.  Bapt. 
there,  Jan.  8,  1632-3.  School,  Swaffham.  Matric.  1649*. 
Scholar,  1650-1.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  27,  1656.  Of 
Willingham,  Cambs.,  clerk,  in  1671.   {Venn,  i.  379-) 

KINGE,  ROBERT.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  July  4,  1657.    Of 

Norfolk. 
KING,  ROBERT.   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr. 

6,  1657.  S.  of  Robert  (1617),  LL.D.,  of  Gt  Thurlow,  Suffolk. 
B.  there.  School,  Little  Thurlow  (Mr  Billingsley) .  Matric. 
1657;  LL.B.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1662.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1664.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  29,  1658.  Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  20;  priest,  Dec.  20,  1662.  V.  of  Witcham, 
Cambs.,  1673. 

KING,  ROBERT.   Adm.  5)zar  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  15,  1660-1. 

Of  Suffolk.   Matric.  1661.   Died  in  College.   Buried  Sept.  26, 

1663. 
KING,  ROBERT.  B.A.  from  King's,  1673.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 

Dec.  23,  1677. 
KING,   ROBERT.    Mus.Bac.  from  St  Catharine's,   1696.    A 

member  of  the  band  of  music  to  William  and  Mary.   Com- 
posed songs.   {D.N.B.) 
KING,  ROBERT.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  11, 

1736.  S.  of  Edward,  of  London.  School,  St  Paul's.  Matric. 

1736. 
KING,  ROGER.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  June  9,  1626. 

S.  of  Sir  John.   B.  near  Dublin.   School,  under  Mr  Hamabie 

(Farnaby,  in  London).    Matric.   1626.    Said  to  have  died 

young.  Brother  of  Edward  (1626),  Henry  (1631),  etc.   {Peile, 

I-  374) 
KINGE,  ROGER.    Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 

1629.    Of  Lincolnshire.    Perhaps  3rd  s.  of  Richard  (?  1598), 

of  Ashby-de-la-Launde,  Lines.,  Esq.;  adm.  at  Lincoki's  Inn, 

Feb.   24,    1630-1.    Married  and  had  issue.    Living,   1653. 

(Lines.  Pedigrees,  565.) 
KYNGE,  SAMSON.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1570; 

B.A.  1574-5.  Perhaps  V.  of  Dalton-le-Dale,  Durham. 
KING,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  June  24,  1616.   B.  in 

Rutland.  Died  in  College.  Buried  at  All  Saints',  Cambridge, 

Nov.  23,  1616. 
KING,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  29,  1620;  B.A. 

1623-4;  M.A.  1627. 
KINGE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  May  25,  1660.   Matric. 

1660.   One  of  these  names  exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse, 

Apr.  9,  1660. 
KING,  SAMUEL.    Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  9, 

1670-1.  S.  of  Isaac  (1637),  clerk,  of  Abington,  Cambs.   B. 

there.    School,   Shepreth  (Mr  Banks).    Migrated  to  Clare, 

Mar.  14,  1 670-1.  Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1674-5;  M.A.  1678.  Ord. 

deacon  (London)  Feb.  24,  1677-8. 

KING,  SAMUEL.  M.A.  1675  (Lit.  Reg.). 

KING,  SHAW.  Adm.  at  Sidney,  c.  June,  1748.  S.  of  John,  of 
Thorp,  Essex,  gent.  Matric.  1748-9.  Migrated  to  Oxford. 
Matric.  from  St  Mary  Hall,  Aug.  19,  i749.  age  18.  (Al.  Oxon.) 

KING,  TALBOT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  5, 
1748.  S.  of  Alexander  (1739),  clerk,  of  Bedfordshire.  B.  at 
Souldrop.  Educated  at  home,  Matric.  1748;  LL.B.  1756. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincohi)  Sept.  23,  1753;  pnest  (Peterb.)  May  25, 
1755.  V.  of  Ketton,  Rutland,  1758-98.  R.  of  Uffington, 
Lines.,  1780-98.  Died  June  27,  1798.  (Scott-Mayor,  in.  575-) 

KING,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1494.  Of  Canterbury  diocese.  Fellow  of 

Queens',  1496-1501.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Apr.  2,  1496. 
KING,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1520-1.  One  of  these  names  (M.A.),  R. 

of  Dunton,  Bucks.,  1548. 
KINGE,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  c.  159  i.  One  of 

these  names,  of  Althome,  Essex,  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 

1593- 
KINGE,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  c.  1596. 
KING,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

Aug.  23,  1605.  Of  Little  Munden,  Herts.  Matric.  1606;  B.A. 

1609-10;  M.A.  1613.  Fellow,  1608,  till  his  death,  1619.  Ord. 

deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  20;  priest.  Mar.  21,  1613-4.   Preacher 

to  the  Turkey  merchants  at  Constantinople. 
KING,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1615;  B.A. 

1618-9;  M..'^.  1622.  One  of  these  names  ord.  priest  (Norwich) 

1620.   R.  of  Bayfield,  Norfolk,  1626-34.   R.  of  Letheringsett, 

1626-9.   Possibly  R.  of  Sail,  1628-37.   (Peile,  i.  304.) 
KING,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Mar.  11,   1617-8. 

Of  Essex.   B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625. 
KING,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  29,  1620. 

Matric.  1620;  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 

Dec.  20;  priest,  Dec.  21,  1629. 
KINGE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1621. 


King,  William 

KING,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1627. 
Of  Leicestershire.  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  May  27;  priest,  Sept.  23,  1632.  Perhaps  V.  of  Gt 
ChishaU,  Essex,  1637-43,  sequestered;  and  1660-1.  Died 
1661.   (H.  Smith.) 

KING,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1637.  Of  Lincolnshire.   B.A.  1639-40. 

KING,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse,  Sept.  10, 
1639.   Of  Norfolk.   School,  Eton.   Matric.  1639. 

KING,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Jan.  30,  1644-5. 
S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  Stratford,  Suffolk.  Matric.  1645; 
Scholar,  1648-9;  B.A.  1648-9;  M.A.  1652.  V.  of  Mutford, 
Suffolk,  1654-61.  R.  of  Wrentham,  in  1661;  ejected,  1662. 
Afterwards  a  minister  at  Mutford.  Married  a  dau.  of  Humphrey 
Brewster,  Esq.  Buriedat  Wrentham,  Nov.  18,  1683.  Brother 
of  Henry  (1644).    (Venn,  1.  355.) 

KING,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1658. 
B.  at  Harmsworth,  Middlesex.  Matric.  1658;  B.A.  1661-2; 
M.A.  1665.  Fellow,  1661-86.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1671.  Died 
in  1686.  Admon.  granted  in  King's  College.  Brother  of 
William  (1650). 

KING,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Sept.  1,  1676. 
S.  of  John.  B.  at  Greenwich,  Kent.  School,  Lewisham  (Mr 
Millington).  Matric.  1676;  Scholar,  1679;  B.A.  1680-1;  M.A. 
1684.  Perhaps  V.  of  Over,  Cambs.,  1686.  But  see  Al.  Oxon. 
for  a  contemporary. 

KING,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Magdalene,  May  23, 

1681.   S.  of  Francis  (1646),  gent.   B.  at  Hemel  Hempstead, 

Herts.  School,  Harding,  Herts,  (private).  Matric.  1681;  B.A. 

1684-5;  M.A.  1688.    Fellow,  1686.    Ord.  deacon  (London) 

May  26,  1689.   Perhaps  V.  of  EdIesborough,  Bucks.,  1691- 

1702. 
KING,  THOMAS.   Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Nov.  2,  1710. 

B.  in  Worcestershire,  1692.  Matric.  1710;  B.A.  1714-5;  M.A. 

1718.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  23,  1716;  priest,  Sept.  22,  1717. 

One  of  these  names  R.  of  Stanford,  Warws. 
KING,  THOMAS.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1713. 

B.  at  West  Ashton,  Wilts.   Matric.  1713.   Left  as  a  scholar. 

'  Afterwards  kept  the  Coffee-House  in  Covent  Garden,  called 

by  his  name.'    (Harwood,  293.) 
KING,  THOMAS  SLATER.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Trinity, 

Mar.  9,  1748-9.  S.  of  Edward,  of  Catley  (?  Kirtling),  Cambs. 

School,  Bishop's  Stortford,  Herts.  (Mr  Maule). 
KING,  TOBIAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  23,  1606-7. 

Matric.  1606-7. 
KING,  W.  B.Can.L.  1510-1. 
KING,  WILLIAM.   B.A.  1484-5;  M.A.  1488. 
KING,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1548. 

B.  in  London,  c.  1532.  Matric.  1548;  B.A.  1552-3;  M.A.  1556; 

B.D.  1570.  Fellow,  1551-61.  R.  of  Howick,  Northumberland, 

1560-6.   Archdeacon  of  Northumberland,  1561-6.    Preb.  of 

Canterbury,    1565-90.     V.    of   Appledore,    Kent,    1568-76. 

Perhaps  R.  of  Kingston,  Kent,  1569-73.  Canon  of  Windsor, 

1572-90.  Chaplain  to  the  Queen.  Died  at  Windsor,  Sept.  23, 

1590.     M.I.   in   St   George's   Chapel.     Will    (P.C.C.)    1590. 

(Cooper,  II.  95;  Venn,  i.  46.) 
KYNGE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1551. 
KYNGE,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1572; 

B.A.  1576-7; M.A.  1580. 
KING,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  1600-1;  B.A.  1604-5; 

M.A.  1608.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  22;  priest,  Sept.  18, 

1608.    R.  of  Edmondthorpe,  Leics.,  1611-50.   Buried  there 

Sept.  5,  1650.   Father  of  Benjamin  (1627). 
KING,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1618. 

Of    Ireland.     S.    of    Sir    John,    Muster-Master-General    in 

Ireland.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1620.  Brother  of  John 

(1618),  etc. 
KING,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Caius,  Mar.  20, 1625-6. 

S.  of  Richard  (1573),  minister,  of  Norfolk.  B.  at  Weasenham. 

School,  Norwich  (Mr  Stonham).   Matric.  1626;  B.A.  1633-4; 

M.A.  1637.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1664.    V.  of  Wickham  St 

Paul,  c.  1636.   R.  of  St  Olave,  Silver  Street,  1662.   {Venn,  I. 

275-) 
KINGE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 

1632.   Of  Norfolk.   B.A.  1635-6. 
KING,   WILLIAM.     Matric.   sizar   (age    15)    from   Pembroke, 

Easter,  1634.   S.  of  WilUam.   B.  at  Thurlow,  Suffolk.   B.A. 

1637-8;  M.A.   1641.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  5,   1642. 

One  of  these  names  R.  of  Ashtead,  Surrey,  1647. 
KING,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  22)  at  Sidney,  July  4,  1639. 

Previously  matric.  from  Balliol,  Oxford,  Apr.  24,  1635.   S. 

of  Henry,  woollen  dealer.    B.  at  Tiverton,  Devon.    School, 

Tiverton. 


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King,  William 

KING,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  14,  1646.   Of 

Surrey.   Matric.  1646.   One  of  these  names  V.  of  Cobham, 

Surrey,  till  1672.  Died  1672. 
KING,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1650. 

B.  at  Harmsworth,  Middlesex,   1632.    Matric.   1650;  B.A. 

1653-4.  Fellow,  1653-5.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  27,  1653. 

Died  of  smallpox,  1657.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1658).  (Harwood.) 

KING  or  KINGS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
June  8,  1654.  S.  of  William,  deceased,  of  London.  B.  there. 
School,  Chelmsford  (Mr  Peake).  Matric.  1654;  B.A.  1657-8; 
M.A.  1661.  Fellow,  1660.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  July  9; 
priest,  July  11,  1661. 

KING,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  1655  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
George,  organist  of  Winchester  Cathedral.  Adm.  at  Magdalen 
College,  Oxford,  1648;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1649;  M.A.  1652. 
Chaplain,  1652-4.  Fellow  of  All  Souls,  1654.  Organist  at 
New  College,  Oxford,  1664-80.  Composed  Church  music; 
set  to  music  Cowley's  Mistress.  Died  Nov.  7,  1680.  Biuied 
in  New  CoUege  Chapel.  WiU,  Oxford.   (Al.Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

KING,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  11, 
1688-9.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.  B.  at  Wymondham,  Norfolk. 
School,  Wymondham  (Mr  Clark).  Matric.  1688.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln;  Litt.  dim.  from  Ely)  May  31,  1702,  as  'literate'; 
priest  (Ely)  May  30,  1703.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Foxley, 
Norfolk,  1708-11;  and  R.  of  Sparham,  1708-11.  Perhaps 
V.  of  Wroxham,  1711-9. 

KING,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  27, 
1690.  S.  of  Richard,  turner.  B.  at  Horsham,  Sussex.  School, 
Horsham  (Mr  Wickley).  Matric.  1690;  B.A.  1693-4;  M.A. 
1706. 

KING,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  1705  (Com.  Reg.).  Probably  s.  of 
Ezechiel.  B.  1663.  School,  Westminster.  B..\.  (Oxford) 
1685;  M.A.  1688;  LL.D.  1692.  Secretary  to  Princess  Anne 
of  Denmark.  Judge  of  the  High  Court  of  Admiralty.  Vicar- 
general  to  the  Lord-primate  of  all  Ireland,  1692  Died  in 
London,  Dec.  25,  1712.  Buried  in  Westminster  Abbey. 
(D.N.B.;  Al.  Westmon.) 

KING,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  Christ's,  1705.  Matric.  pens. 
1705-6;  B.A.  1708-9;  M.A.  1712.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
May,  1711.  One  of  these  names  chaplain  in  the  Navy,  1711-2. 
Perhaps  V.  of  Mildenhall,  Sufiolk,  1712-4.  Died  1714,  aged 
27.   (Peile,  II.  162.) 

KING,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Mar.  25, 
1718.  S.  of  John  (1698),  D.D.,  of  Chelsea.  B.  1700.  CoUeger 
at  Eton,  1714-7.  Matric.  1717;  B.A.  1721-2;  M.A.  1725- 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  June  28,  1724.  Brother  of  John  (1714)- 

KING,  The  Hon.  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at 
Trinity,  Apr.  21,  1727.  3rd  s.  of  Peter,  Baron  Ockham, 
Chancellor  of  Gt  Britain.  School,  Charterhouse.  Matric. 
1727.  Succeeded  his  brother  Peter  as  4th  Lord  King,  Baron 
of  Ockham,  Surrey,  1754.  Died  Apr.  16,  1767.  Buried  at 
Ockham.  Brother  of  John  (1723).   (G.E.C.) 

KING,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse,  July  i, 
1747.  Of  Cambridgeshire.  School,  Ely.  Scholar,  1747; 
Matric.  1748;  B.A.  1750-1;  M.A.  1754.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Feb.  23,  1752;  priest  (Norwich)  Mar.  1754. 

KING, .  M.A.  1482. 

KING, .  B.Can.L.  1501-2. 

KING, .  B.D.  1522-3.  Augustinian  friar. 

KING, .  B.Civ.L.  1529-30. 

KING,  .    B.A.   1532-3;   M.A.   1536.    Probably  pens,  at 

Gonvii-le  Hall,  1536-7. 

KING, .  Appears  at  Christ's  as  Fellow,  Christmas,  1560-7. 

Perhaps  Richard  of  Jesus;  B.A.  1559-60;  or  Robert,  of 
Peterhouse;  the  latter  died  R.  of  Orsett,  1584.  Probably  the 
'distinguished  preacher'  of  this  College,  mentioned  by 
Andrew  Willet. 

KINGE, .  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  13,  1583. 

KING, .  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1626. 

KING, .  Adm.  at  St  Catharine's,  1675. 

KINGERBY,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1628;  B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635. 

KINGROSS,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Michaelhouse, 
Michs.  1548. 

KINGSBOROUGH,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius, 
Apr.  3,  1688.  S.  of  Edward,  gent.,  of  Walton,  Sufiolk.  B.  at 
Ufiord,  Suffolk.  Matric.  1688;  Scholar,  1688-93;  B.A.  1691- 
2;  M.A.  1695.  Ord.  deacon  (Oxford)  Mar.  12,  1692-3;  priest. 
May  18,  1695.   Preb.  of  Lichfield,  1710-33.   {Venn,  1.  484.) 

KINGSBURY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Christ's,  July 
6,  1702.  S.  of  'Robert'  (Roger,  below).  B.  at  Middleton, 
Essex.  School,  Yeldham  (Mr  Brooks).  Matric.  1704.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  June,  1707,  as  B.A.  {Peile,  11.  155.) 


Kingston,  John 

KINGSBURY,  ROGER.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  20, 
1663-4.  Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1667-8;  M.A.  1672. 
Ord.  priest  (Gloucester,  at  Holborn)  Feb.  27,  1669-70.  R.  of 
Middleton,  Essex,  1669-1700.  Died  1700.  By  will  (P.C.C.) 
he  bequeathed  the  advowson  of  Middleton  to  his  son  Robert 
(above).   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KINGSHAM  (?RINGSHAM),  WILLIAM.  D.D.  of  Cambridge. 
Dominican  friar.   Flourished,  c.  1262.   {Pits,  344.) 

KINGSLEY,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse, 
June  18,  1 74 1.   Of  Bedfordshire. 

KINGSLEY,  HEYLOCK.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  23, 

1703.  S.  and  h.  of  Henry,  of  Hitchin,  Herts.,  Esq.   Matric. 

1704.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Mar.  14,  1703-4.  Of  Hasell 
Hall,  Sandy,  Beds.,  Esq.  {Clutterbuck,  iii.  546;  Beds.  N. 
and  Q.,  II.  152.) 

KINGSLEY,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  5, 

1706.   Of  Hertfordshire.    Matric.  1708;  B.A.  1710-1;  LL.B. 

1714.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  23,  1714;  priest.  Mar.  13, 

1719-20.    R.  of  Caldecot,   Herts.,  1719-24.    R.  of  Willian, 

1725-39-   Died  1739- 
KINGSMAN,  CHARLES.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall, 

Michs.  1654. 
KINGSMAN,  JASPER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  20,  1669. 

Probably  s.  of  Jasper,  of  the  Middle  Temple.   Matric.  1669. 

Died  July  24,  1686,  aged  36.  Buried  at  Horndon,  Essex.  M.I. 

{Morant,  1.  217.) 
KINGSMAN,  JASPER.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Oct. 

15,  1712.  S.  of  Josiah,  gent.  B.  at  Bumham,  Essex.  School, 

Eton.   Matric.  1712.   Brother  of  Josiah  (1707-8)  and  father 
'     of  Jasper  (next). 

KINGSMAN,  JASPER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Nov. 
14,  1739.  S.  of  Jasper  (1712),  Esq.,  of  Middlesex.  B.  in 
London.  School,  Hackney  (Mr  Newcome).  Matric.  I740- 
One  of  these  names,  of  Stratford,  Essex,  died  Nov.  14,  1784. 
(G.  Mag.) 

KINGSMAN,  JOSIAH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Feb. 
18,  1707-8.  S.  of  Josiah,  gent.  B.  at  Burnham,  Essex. 
School,  Eton.  Matric.  1708;  B.A.  1711-2.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1717.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  June  13,  1707.  Died 
Oct.  8,  1735,  aged  46.  M.I.  at  Horndon.  Brother  of  Jasper 
(1712).    {Morant,  i.  217.) 

KINGMAN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  July  i,  1671. 
Matric.  1671. 

KINGSMAN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse, 
May  30,  1744.  Of  Hampshire.  School,  Southampton.  Matric. 
1744;  Scholar,  1744;  B.A.  1747-8.  Probably  V.  of  Homing- 
hold,  Leics.,  1769. 

KINGSMILL,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1568;  B.A.  1573-4;  M.A.  from  Magdalene,  1577-  V.  of 
Monkton  and  Birchington,  Kent,  1579-85-  V.  of  Milton  by 
Sittingboume,  1585-1616.   Died  1616. 

KINGSMILL,  ANTHONY.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1596; 

B.A.  1598-9;  M.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1602.   Ord.  deacon 

(Peterb.)  July  25;  priest,  Nov.  4,  1599. 
KINGSMILL,    AS-GOD-WILL.     Matric.    sizar    from    King's, 

Easter,  1605;  B.A.  1607-8;  M.A.  from  Clare,  1611.    Ord. 

deacon  (Peterb.)  May  19,  1611. 

KINGSMILL,  AUGUSTINE.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Easter, 

1603. 
KINGSMILL,   THOMAS.     Matric.  sizar  from   King's,   Easter, 

1607;  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1609-10;  M.A.  from  King's,  1619. 

C.  of  Ickham,  Kent,  in  1616.  V.  of  Lymne,  1620-37.  Admon. 

(Canterbury)  1640;  as  C.  of  Hythe. 

KINGSTON,  Earl  of,  see  PIERREPONT, 

KINGSTON,  CHRISTOPHER.  B.A.  1514-5;  M.A.  1518.  FeUow 
of  Peterhouse,  1517. 

KINGESTON,  EDWARD  DE.    '  King's  scholar'  at  Cambridge, 

1319- 
KINGSTON,  JOHN.    One  of  the  original  'King's  scholars'  at 

Cambridge,  Sept.  10,  1317. 

KINGSTON,  JOHN.  B.Can.L.  1517-8,  after  four  years'  study  at 
Cambridge  and  one  in  his  priory.  A  monk  from  Lewes 
Priory.  Probably  R.  of  Easthorpe,  Essex,  1528-58.  R.  of 
Much  Birch,  Essex,  1557-8.  Commissary  to  Bishop  Bonner. 
Died  1558.  Will  (Comm.  C.  Essex) ;  to  be  buried  at  Easthorpe. 
{Cooper,  1.  181;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KINGSTON,  JOHN.   B.Civ.L.;  LL.B.  1544- 

KINGSTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  Apr.  10, 
1623.  S.  of  Felix,  of  St  Faith's,  London,  stationer.  Matric. 
1623;  B.A.  1626;  M.A.  1630;  M.D.  1637.  Admon.  (P.C.C.) 
1666;  as  of  St  Katherine  Cree,  London.  Father  of  John  (1658). 


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Kingston,  John 

KINGSTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Peterhouse,  June 
30,  1658.  S.  of  John  (1623),  of  London,  M.D.  School, 
Wormley,  Herts.  Matric.  1658.  Migrated  to  Magdalene, 
Feb.  23,  1660-1.  B.A.  1661-2;  U..\.  1665.  Admon.  (P.C.C.) 
May  25,  1666;  of  St  Katherine  Cree,  London,  M.D.  Will 
proved  (V.C.C.)  1667.   (J-  Ch.  Smith.) 

KINGSTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1585.   Of  Surrey.   B.A.  1588-9. 

KINGSTON, .   B.A.  1460-1. 

KINGSTON, .  Fee  for  B.A.  1478-9. 

KINGSTON, .  Student  at  Jesus,  i539-40- 

KINGWELL,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  2, 
1636.  S.  of  Vincent,  shoemaker.  B.  at  Tiverton,  Devon. 
School,  Tiverton.   B.A.  1639-40. 

KINNERSLEY,  CLEMENT.   M.A.  1614-5  (on  King's  visit). 

KINNERSLEY,  FRANCIS.  B.Can.L.  1533-4-  Doubtless  s.  of 
Thomas,  of  Loxley,  Staffs.  R.  of  Leigh,  Staffs.,  1526-50. 
R.  of  Blithfield,  1533-50.  Will  proved  (Lichfield)  Feb.  16, 
1549-50.  (Wm.  Salt  Arch.  Soc,  1915;  Vis-  ofWartjs.,  1619.) 

KYNNERSLEY  or  KENNERSLEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com. 
at  Emmanuel,  June  27,  1672.  Of  Staffordshire.  Probably 
s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Loxley,  Staffs.  Age  8  in  1663. 
Married  Mary,  dau.  of  John  London,  of  Islington.  {Vis.  of 
Staffs.,  1664;  Burke,  L.G.) 

KINNERSLEY,  THOMAS.  M..A.  1714  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
Matric.  from  Gloucester  Hall,  Oxford,  Nov.  15,  1694;  B..^. 
(Oxford)  1698;  M.A.  1701.  Ord.  deacon  (Oxford)  Dec.  21, 
1701;  priest,  Dec.  20,  1702.  R.  of  Lavenham,  Suffolk,  1710. 
Minister  of  Trinity  Minories. 

KINNES,  WILLIAM,  see  KINE. 

KINNIER,  DAVID.   M.A.  1704  (Incorp.  from  Glasgow). 

KINNS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Sept.  21, 
1696.   Matric.  1698. 

KINSCOT,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1578; 
B.A.  1582-3. 

KINSEY,  NATHAN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Pembroke,  Apr.  11,  1665. 
Previously  matric.  from  Brasenose,  Oxford,  May  22,  1663. 
S.  of  John,  of  Blackden,  Cheshire.  Matric.  1665;  B.A.  1666-7. 
Probably  Nathaniel  Kinsey,  V.  of  Hartley  Wintney,  Hants., 
1675.   Brother  of  Noah  (1666).   (Al.  Oxon.) 

KINSEY,  NOAH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  May  18, 
1666.  S.  of  John,  of  Blackden,  Cheshire,  gent.  Bapt.  at 
Goostrey,  Oct.  4,  1649.  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1669-70;  M.A. 
1677.  Master  of  Macclesfield  Grammar  School.  V.  of 
Mottram,  Cheshire,  1682-95.  P.C.  of  Denton,  Lanes.,  1695-6. 
Buried  there  May  22,  1696,  'aged  56.'  Brother  of  Nathan 
(above).    (R.  Stewart-Brown.) 

KINSEY,  ROBERT.  M.A.  1544-  (B.A.  of  Oxford,  1541-2-)  B.  at 
Warmingham,  Cheshire.  One  of  the  original  fellows  of 
Trinity,  1546.  Ord.  priest  (London)  Dec.  21,  1552,  age  31. 
V.  of  Ware,  Herts.,  1552-8.  V.  of  Framfield,  Sussex,  1553-60. 
Preb.  of  Salisbury,  1554-  Will  (P.C.C.)  i577- 

KYNNESMAN,  ARTHUR.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity, 
June  30,  1702.  S.  of  Harold,  of  London,  citizen  and  mercer. 
B.  Dec.  25,  1682.  Exhibitioner  from  Christ's  Hospital. 
Matric.  1702;  Scholar,  1703;  B.A.  1705-6;  M.A.  1709.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  23,  1710;  priest  (London)  Mar.  22, 
1712-3.  Usher  at  Westminster  School.  Head  Master  of 
Bury  St  Edmund's  School,  1715-45.  Benefactor,  and  Governor 
of  Christ's  Hospital.  R.  of  Bamham,  Suffolk,  1751-  Reader 
of  St  James',  Bury.  R.  of  Eriswell,.  1766.  Died  at  Bury, 
July  10,  1770.  Buried  at  Bamham,  July  17.  {D.N.B.; 
Davy  MSS.,  19 108.) 

KINSMAN,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1623, 
scholar  from  Westminster.  2nd  s.  of  Harold,  of  Broughton, 
Northants.,Esq.  Bapt.  there,  July  6,  1605.  B.A.  1627-8;  M..^. 
1631.    R.  of  Clipston,  Northants.,  in  1640.   (H.  I.  Longden.) 

KINSMAN,  HAROLD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Aug.  13, 
1650.  S.  of  Richard  (1619).  B.  at  StockweU,  Surrey.  Schools, 
Cheam,  Surrey  (Mr  Poynings),  Brixworth,  Northants.  and 
Oundle.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Dec.  i,  1654,  as  s.  and  h.  of 
Richard,  of  Broughton,  Northants.,  Esq.  Succeeded  his 
father  at  Broughton.  Buried  there  July  30,  1691.  Father  of 
Richard  (1689).   (H.  I.  Longden.) 

KINSMAN,  MAURICE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent, 
1577-8.  Of  Northamptonshire.  1st  s.  of  William,  of  Lodding- 
ton.  Married  Margaret,  dau.  of  Ambrose  Saunders,  of  Welford. 
Of  Loddington,  Esq.  One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Apr.  30,  1594;  of  Northants.,  gent.  Brother  of  William 
(1577-8).  {Vis.  of  Northants.) 
KINSMAN,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  June  19,  1619. 
S.  of  Harold,  of  Broughton  and  Loddington,  Northants.  B. 
in  Northamptonshire.  Bapt.  at  Broughton,  Jan.  16,  1602-3. 
Buried  there  June  28,  1666.  Father  of  Harold  (1650).  {Vis. 
of  Northants.,  1618.) 


KiRBY,  Bartholomew 

KYNNESMAN,  RICHARD.  Adm.  scholar  (age  17)  at  Sidney, 
July  2,  1689.  S.  of  Harold  (1650),  gent.  Bapt.  at  Broughton, 
Oct.  4,  1672.  School,  Harborough,  Leics.  (Mr  Horn).  Matric. 
1691.   Buried  at  Broughton,  Nov.  3,  1727-   (H.  I.  Longden.) 

KINSMAN,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent, 
1577-8.  Of  Northamptonshire.  2nd  s.  of  William,  of 
Loddington.  Of  London,  in  1618.  Brother  of  Maurice 
(1577-8).   {Vis.  of  Northants.) 

KYNSON, .  Grace  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1463-4. 

KINWARD,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1610;  B.A.  1613-4;  M..A.  1617.  V.  of  Tibberton,  Worcs., 
1617-9- 

KIPLINGE,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Oct. 
i7i  1635.  S.  of  John,  yeoman,  of  Baldersdaile,  Richmonds., 
Yorks.  B.  there.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1635,  as  'John.' 
V.  of  Crosby  Ravensworth,  Westmorland,  in  1657.  (B. 
Nightingale.) 

KIPPAX,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  June  23,  1660. 
Matric.  1661.  One  of  these  names  (B.A.),  R.  of  Addingham, 
Yorks.,  1665-74.   Died  1674.   (Whitaker,  Craven,  292.) 

KIPPAX,  ARCHIPPUS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  20,  1678. 
S.  of  John  (1652-3),  of  Haslingden,  Lanes.  Matric.  1678; 
B.A.  1681-2;  M.A.  1685.  Ord.  deacon  (Chester)  Sept.  24, 
1682;  priest  (Carlisle)  Sept.  19,  1686.  V.  of  Ormskirk,  Lanes., 
1692-1718.  Archdeacon  of  Man,  1696-1700.  Died  May  6, 
1718.   Buried  at  Ormskirk.   M.I.   (J.  Parker.) 

KIPPAX,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  July  6,  1731- 
Of  Lancashire.  Matric.  1731;  B.A.  1734-5-  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Mar.  2,  1734-5 ;  priest,  Dec.  19,  1736.  V.  of  Duxford 
St  John,  Cambs.,  1741.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1794,  of  one  of  these 
names;  of  Doddinghurst,  Essex,  clerk. 

KIPPAX,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Mar.  22,  1652-3;  B.A. 
1656;  M.A.  1660.  P.C.  of  Haslingden,  Lanes.,  1658;  probably 
suspended  through  lack  of  episcopal  ordination,  1662.  Ord. 
priest,  1662;  had  license  to  preach  at  Haslingden,  1665; 
mentioned  in  the  Bishop's  Visitations  down  to  1677.  Father 
of  Archippus  (above).   {Victoria  Co.  Hist.  Lanes.,  vi.  432.) 

KIPPAX,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  June  18, 
1698.  S.  of  Richard,  C.  of  Burnley,  Lanes.  B.  there.  School, 
Burnley  (Mr  Robertshaw).  Matric.  1698;  B.A.  1701-2;  M.A. 
1707.  Head  Master  of  Rochdale  Grammar  School,  1706. 
P.C.  of  Littleborough,  Rochdale,  1727-30.  Archdeacon  of 
Man,  1727-60.  Died  May  11,  1760,  aged  79.  Father  of  the 
next  and  of  Richard  (1723).  {G.  Mag.;  H.  Fishwick,  Rochdale, 
211.) 

KIPPAX,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Jan.  27,  1727-8.  B.  at 
Rochdale,  Lanes.  S.  of  John  (above).  Matric.  1728;  B.A. 
1731-2;  M.A.  1735;  B.D.  1747;  D.D.  1753.  Fellow,  1736-55. 
Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  19,  1731.  V.  of  Everton 
and  Tetworth,  Hunts.,  1754-5-  R-  of  Brington,  1755-77. 
WiU  (P.C.C.)  1777.  Brother  of  the  next. 

KIPPAX,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Oct.  5,  1723.  S.  of 
John  (1698).  B.  at  Rochdale,  Lanes.  Matric.  1724;  B.A. 
1727-8;  M.A.  1731.  Fellow,  1730.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Mar. 
14,  1730-1.  Died  in  College,  1731.  Brother  of  John  (alsove). 

KIPPEY,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Oct.  16,  1732. 

Of  Cambridgeshire.   Matric.  1732;  B.A.  173&-7;  M.A.  1740. 

Fellow,  1740-57.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  19,  1736;  priest, 

Dec.  24,  1738.  Probably  will  (P.C.C.)  1780;  of  Hagworthing- 

ham.  Lines. 
KIPPING,  RICHARD.    B.A.  1491-2.    R.  of  BardweU,  Suffolk, 

1504-41. 
KIPPIN,  RICHARD.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  27,  1662. 

Of  Norfolk.   Matric.  1662;  B.A.  1665-6;  M.A.  1669. 

KIPPINGE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1624. 
Perhaps  matric.  from  Lincoln  College,  Oxford,  Oct.  13,  1620, 
age  15.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  8,  1623,  as  s.  and  h.  of 
Walter,  of  Tewdeley,  Kent,  Esq. 

KIPPINGE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1609.  Of  Norwich.  B.A.  1612-3;  M.A.  1616. 

KIPPON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Magdalene,  June  9, 
1690.  S.  of  Edward.  B.  at  Featherston,  Yorks.  School, 
Wakefield.   Matric.  1690. 

KIPPYS,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  May  13,  1581. 

Matric.  1581;  B.A.  1583-4,  as  'Kippest.' 
KYPPES,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  c.  1590;  B.A. 

1593-4;  M.A.  1597. 
KIRBY,  ALEXANDER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1628 ; 

B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  1637; 

priest,  Sept.   1638.    R.  of  Catfield,  Norfolk,   1641.    V.  of 

Reydon  and  Southwold,  1659-63.    R.  of  Benacre,  Suffolk, 

1661-7.    {Peile,  1.  395.) 
KIRKBY,  BARTHOLOMEW.  B.A.  1533-4- 


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KiRBY,  Benjamin 

KERBY  or  KIRKBY,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  20, 
1620.   Of  Bristol.   Matric.  1620;  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627- 

KIRBY,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Apr.  4, 1679. 
Matric.  1679. 

KIRKBY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse, 
June  25,  1664.  Of  Durham.  School,  Durham.  Matric.  1664; 
Scholar,  1664;  B.A.  1667-8;  M.A.  1671.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
May  29;  priest,  Sept.  24,  1670.  P.C.  of  Witton  Gilbert, 
Durham,  1671-84.  Minor  canon  of  Durham,  1674-88; 
Sacrist,  1674-6;  Precentor,  1676-88.  V.  of  Heighington, 
1684-5.  Married,  at  Durham  Cathedral,  May  27,  1674, 
Elizabeth  Thompson.  Buried  in  Durham  Cathedral,  Mar.  ig, 
1688-9.  M.I.  there.  (Le  Neve,  Mon.,  v.  105;  T.  A.  Walker, 
126.) 

KIRBY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  22, 
1710.  S.  of  William,  clerk.  B.  at  Ruston  Parva,  near  Hull, 
Yorks.  School.York  (Mr Gordon).  Matric.  1710;  B.A.  1713-4- 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  19, 1714;  priest  (York)  Sept.  1717- 
Chaplain  at  King's  College,  1714.  R.  of  Tetford,  Lines.,  1721. 

KIRKBIE,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs. 
1561. 

KIRBYE,  GREGORY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1580; 
B.A.  1583-4;  M.A.  1589,  as  George.  Perhaps  R.  of  South 
Walsham,  Norfolk,  1586;  and  C.  of  St  Botolph,  Bishopsgate, 
1593-5. 

KYRKEBIE,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Nicholas  Hostel, 
Michs.  1555. 

KIRKBY,  JOHN.  Fellow  and  Principal  of  St  Edmund's  Hostel, 
in  1405.    {Ely  Reg.) 

KIRKBY,  JOHN.  One  of  the  original  scholars  of  King's  College, 
1441.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1449-51.  Perhaps  R.  of  St  Pancras, 
SoperLane,  London,  1450-2.  Canon  of  Windsor,  1455.  Preb. 
of  Lincoln,  1456-62.   (King's  College  Hist.,  5.) 

KIRKBY,  JOHN.   B.Can.L.  1488-9. 

KIRKBY,  JOHN.  B.A.  1527-8.  R.  of  Gonalston,  Notts.,  1527- 
86.   Buried  there  1586. 

KIRBYE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1563. 

KIRKBY,  JOHN.  Matric.  from  Christ's,  c.  1593;  B.A.  1597-8; 
M.A.  1601. 

KIRKBYE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  May  14, 
1631.  S.  of  Roger,  of  Kirkbye  Ireleth,  Lanes.,  Esq.  B.  there. 
School,  Sedbergh  (Mr  Nelson).  B.A.  1634-5.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Mar.  3,  1639-40.  Died  1680.  Brother  of 
Richard  (1640). 

KIRKBY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  4,  1723. 
S.  of  Thomas,  clerk,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at  Londesborough. 
Educated  at  home.  Matric.  1723;  B.A.  1726-7;  M.A.  i745- 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  28,  1727.  C.  of  Pilham,  Lines. 
Perhaps  V.  of  Stoke  High  Cross;  and  of  Trowse,  Norfolk, 
1729-54.  Died  May  21,  i754-  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1754".  of  tl^e 
Cathedral  precincts,  Norwich.  (Not  the  author,  and  tutor  of 
Edward  Gibbon,  as  in  D.N.B.;  see  Scott-Mayor,  iii.  361.) 

KIRBY,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1670.  B.  in  London.  Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4;  M.A.  1678; 
D.D.  1690  {Com.  Reg.).  Fellow.  R.  of  Shepperton,  Middlesex, 
1704-7,  deprived. 

KIRBY,  MICHAEL.  M.A.  from  King's,  1728.  S.  of  William,  of 
London,  gent.  Matric.  from  Hart  Hall,  Oxford,  May  7,  1701, 
age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1704-5.  R.  of  Tidmarsh,  Berks., 
1707-30.  R.  of  Sulham,  1728-30.  Admon.  (Cons.  C.  Sarum) 
1730.    {Al.  Oxon.) 

KIRBY,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Magdalene,  June  10, 
1668.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Shefheld.  School,  Sheffield.  Matric. 
1669;  B.A.  1673-4.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  1674;  priest, 
Sept.  1677. 

KIRBIE,  RALPH.   Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1579. 

KIRKEBY,  RICHARD.  Carmelite  of  Cambridge.  Ord.  sub- 
deacon  (Ely)  May  25,  1415.   (B.  Zimmerman.) 

KIRKBIE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1564. 

KIRBYE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1565.  S.  of  Robert,  of  London.  B.A.  1567-8.  Migrated  to 
Caius,  Jan.  18,  1568-9,  age  20.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1569-70. 
M.A.  (Oxford)  1573.  Fellow  of  Oriel,  1570-5.  R.  of  West 
Bergholt,  Essex,  1575-97.  V.  of  White  Notley,  1588-99;  of 
High  Easter,  1597-1608.  Died  1608.  Admon.  (Cons.  C. 
London)  1608.    {Venn,  i.  64.) 

KIRKBIE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Caius, 
Nov.  5,  1573.  S.  of  Roger,  Esq.,  of  Kirkby,  Lanes.  Schools, 
St  Bees  and  Giggleswick.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  from  Barnard's 
Inn,  Jan.  30,  1576-7.   {Venn,  1.  76;  Vis.  of  Lanes.,  1616.) 

KIRBY,  RICHARD.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1578. 

KIRBY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Nov.  3,  1601. 
S.  of  Richard,  of  Norwich.  School,  Norwich  (Mr  Swan). 


Kirk,  Henry 

KIRKBYE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  St  John's,  Apr. 

24,  1640.    S.  of  Roger,  Esq.,  of  Kirkby,  Lanes.    B.  there. 

School,  Muncaster,  Cumberland  (private;  Mr  Rutter).  Adm. 

at  Gray's  Inn,  June  13,  1640.   M.P.  for  Lancaster,  1661-81. 

Or  Kirkby,  Esq.   Married  three  times;  issue  by  each.   Died 

Sept.  9,  1681.  Brother  of  John  (1631).  {Vis.  of  Lanes.,  1664.) 
KIRKBY,   RICHARD.     Adm.   pens,   at   Emmanuel,   Mar.   15, 

1730-1.  Of  Nottinghamshire.  Matric.  1731;  B.A.  1734-5,  ist 

in  the  tripos;  M.A.  1746.  Subscribed  for  deacon  (Gloucester) 

June  4,  1737;  for  priest.  May  26,  1738  {Litt.  dim.  from  York). 

R.  of  Gedling,  Notts.,  1745-84.   Died  Feb.  10,  1784-5,  aged 

68.   M.I.   Wm  (P.C.C.)  1786.   (F.  S.  Hockaday.) 
KIRBY,  ROBERT.  B.A.  1516-7. 
KIRKBY,  ROBERT.   B.D.  1538-9.   A  monk. 
KIRBYE  or  KERBY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Pembroke, 

Sept.  2,  1617.  S.  of ,  of  Henham,  Essex.   Matric.  1617. 

KIRKBY,  ROBERT.   Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1633. 

Of  Leicestershire.    B.A.  1636-7;  M.A.  1661.    Ord.  deacon 

(Peterb.)  June  4,  1637;  priest.  May  20,  1638.   R.  of  Saxelby, 

Leics.,  i66o-8.  Died  Aug.  28,  1680,  aged  67.  M.I.  at  Saxelby. 

{Niclwls,  III.  404.) 
KYRBYE,  ROGER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1551. 
KYRBY,  THOMAS.    Adm.  at  King's  (age  iS)  a  scholar  from 

Eton,  Aug.   13,   1547.    Of  Tuxford,  Notts.    Matric.   1547. 

Fellow,  1550.   Died  in  College,  before  graduation,  1550-1. 
KIRBY,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1580. 
KIRKBY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  15, 

1697.  S.  of  John,  husbandman.  B.  at  Thornton  in  Pickering, 

Yorks.   School,  Thornton  (Mr  Garnet).    Matric.  1697.   Ord. 

deacon  (York)  May,  1702;  priest,  1703.  Perhaps  V.  of  Sutton, 

Northants.,  1710-4.  Buried  there  Feb.  13,  1713-4.  (Baker,  1. 

699.) 
KIRBY,  WALTER.    Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.   1582; 

B.A.  1586-7.    Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Nov.  25,  1591.   V.  of 

Seaming,  Norfolk,  1600. 
KIRBY,  WALTER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  June  12, 1723; 

pens.  Apr.  8,  1724.  S.  of  Francis,  gent.,  of  Lynn.   B.  there. 

Schools,  Wymondham   (Mr  Sayer)   and  Lexham   (private; 

Mr  George).    Matric.  1724;  Scholar,  1724-31;  B.A.  1727-8. 

Doubtless  mayor  of  Lynn,  1744.   (Venn,  11.  18.) 
KIRKBY,  WILLIAM.    B.Can.L.  1531-    Prior  of  the  house  of 

Austin  Canons  at  Kirkby  Sellers,  Leics.;  surrendered,  1534. 

(Cooper,  I.  51.) 
KIRBIE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1551. 

Of  Kent.  B.A.  1553-4.  Fellow,  1554.  One  of  these  names  R. 

of  East  Donniland,  Essex,   1571-90.    Licensed  (Bishop  of 

London)  Jime  2,   1578,  to  marry  Joan  Amewaye,  widow. 

Died  1590. 
KYRKBIE,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  pens,  from  Nicholas  Hostel, 

Michs.  1555. 
KIRBY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 

1655;   LL.B.   1660.    One  of  these  names,  of  Cripplegate, 

Middlesex,  gent.,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  9,  1656-7.   Ord. 

deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  25,   1661-2;  priest,  May  25,   1662. 

Perhaps  V.  of  Brent  Pelham,  Herts.,  1661-5. 
KIRBY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  14, 

1676.   S.  of  Francis,  of  Ellerburne,  in  Pickering,  Yorks.   B. 

there.  School,  Thornton.  Matric.  1677;  B.A.  1679-80;  M.A. 

1684.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June  6,  i68o;  priest.  May  29,  1681. 

V.  of  Reighton,   Yorks.,   1683-91.    V.  of  Newton-on-the- 

Wold,  1685-91. 

KIRKBY, .   B.A.  1481-2. 

KIRBY, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  St  Catharine's,  1659. 

KIRCHEVALL,  see  KERCHEVER. 

KIRK,  ARUNDEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  King's,  1672-3. 

KIRKE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1571. 

B.  in  London.   School,  St  Anthony's.   Migrated  to  Caius,  c. 

1574-5,    age    19;    B.A.    1574-5;    M.A.    1578.     Ord.    priest 

(Norwich)  May  22,  1580.    R.  of  Risby,  Suffolk,  1580-1613; 

and  of  Lackford,  1587.    Chaplain  to  Lord  Darcy,  in  1603. 

Friend  of  the  poet  Spenser.  Doubtless  wrote  the  preface  and 

a  verbal  commentary  to  The  Shepheardes  Calender  under  the 

initials  'E.K.'   Died  Nov.  10,  1613.   Buried  at  Risby.  Will, 

P.C.C.   (Venn,  1.  80;  D.N.B.) 
KIRKE,  GEORGE.    Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  10, 

1718.    S.  of  Matthew,  of  Brigg  (Glandford  Bridge),  Lines. 

School,  Glandford  Bridge  (Mr  Waterivorth).    Matric.  1718; 

Scholar,  1721;  B.A.  1721-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  18, 

1721-2;  priest,  June  9,  1723.  Brother  of  Robert  (1722)  and 

William  (1726). 
KIRK,  HENRY.   Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  June  18,  1718. 

Of  Harwich,  Essex.  Matric.  1717;  B.A.  1721-2.  Ord.  deacon 

(London)  Dec.  22,  1723;  priest  (Norwich)  June,  1725.   C.  of 

Brantham,  Sufiolk.  R.  of  Martlesham,  1725. 


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Kirk,  John 

KIRKE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  July  2,  1635. 
S.  of  John,  yeoman,  of  Greenhill  in  Norton,  Derbs.  B.  at 
Southkirkby,  Yorks.  School,  Roecliffe,  near  Boroughbridge, 
Yorks.  (private;  MrTomson).   B.A.  1638-9. 

KIRKES,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  20, 
1689-90.  S.  of  John,  currier.  B.  at  Chester.  School,  private 
(Mr  Goleborne).  Matric.  1690;  B.A.  1693-4.  C.  of  St 
Bridget's,  Chester,  1694. 

KERKE,  RALPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1576. 
Perhaps  C.  of  Manchester.  Died  of  the  plague,  with  his  wife 
and  four  children,  July,  1605.   (E.  Axon.) 

KIRKE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1607;  B.A.  1613-4;  M.A.  1617.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept. 
19;  priest,  Sept.  21,  1613.  C.  of  Gayton,  Staffs.,  in  1620. 

KIRKE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  15, 
1717.  S.  of  William,  butcher,  of  Lincolnshire.  B.  at  Grant- 
ham. School,  Grantham  (Mr  Ellis).  Matric.  1717;  B.A. 
1720-1.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  4,  1721;  priest,  June  1, 
1729.  R.  of  South  Reston,  Lines.,  1729-31-  R-  of  South 
Thoresby,  1730-1.   (Scott-Mayor,  in.  312.) 

KIRK,  ROBERT.  Student  of  St  John's.  Buried  at  St  Clement's, 
Cambridge,  Mar.  31,  1577- 

KIRCKE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Apr.  7,  1659.  Of 
Lincohishire.  Matric.  1659.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  29, 
1661-2,  as  s.  and  h.  of  Matthew,  of  Gainsborough. 

KIRKE,  ROBERT.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Jan.  3, 

1721-2.    S.  of  Matthew.    School,  Brigg  (Mr  Waterworth), 

Lines.  Matric.  1722;  Scholar,  1725;  B.A.  1725-6;  M.A.  1729. 

Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  5,  1726;  priest,  Sept.  22,  1728. 

Brother  of  George  (1718)  and  William  (1726). 
KIRKE,  SAMUEL.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1594. 
KIRK,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  13,  1680.   Of 

Leicestershire.   Matric.  1680;  B.A.  1683-4;  M.A.  1702.   Ord. 

deacon  (Norwich)  May,   1686;  priest.  Mar.   1687-8.    R.  of 

Topcroft,    Norfolk,    1693-1723.     R.    of    Ashby,    1701-23. 

Perhaps  R.  of  Helhoughton,  till  1723-   Died  1723. 
KIRK,  THEOPHILUS.   Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  22,  1745-  Of 

Immingham,  Lines.  S.  of  (?  William  (1705)),  clerk,  deceased. 

Matric.    1745;    Rustat  Scholar,    1745;   B.A.   1748-9-    Ord. 

priest  (Lincohi)  Sept.  22,  1751-   (A-  Gray.) 
KIRKE,  THOMAS.    Matric.   pens,    from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1615. 
KIRKES,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  Jesus,  1663.  Of  Cheshire.  B.A. 

of  three  years'  standing  from  Trinity,  College,  Dublin.    In- 

corp.  at  Oxford,  1672.   Probably  R.  of  St  Mary-on-the-Hill, 

Chester,  July  29,  till  Nov.  23,  1673.  V.  of  Acton,  Cheshire. 

Died  Nov.  23,  1673.  Will,  1673. 
KIRKE,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  28,  1668. 

Perhaps  s.  of  Gilbert,  of  Cookridge,  Leeds.  B.  Dec.  22,  1650. 

Matric.  1668.   Of  Cookridge,  Esq.   J.P.   Died  Apr.  24,  1706. 

(Due.  Leod.,  158.) 
KIRKE,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Apr.  3,  1673.    Of 

Calthorpe,  Leics.  Matric.  1675;  B.A.  1678-9. 
KERKE,  URIAN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1567; 

B.A.  from  Christ's,  1571-2;  M.A.  i575-    Ord.  deacon  and 

priest  (Lincohi)  June  1,  1575-   R-  of  Langton  by  Homcastle, 

1577.   R.  of  Conisholme,  1582. 
KERK,  W.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1544. 

KIRKE,  WILLIAM,  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  25,  1705.  Of 
Nottinghamshire.  Matric.  1705;  Scholar;  B.A.  1708-9;  M.A. 
1712.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  May  24,  1719-  R-  of  North  and 
South  Somercotes,  Lines.,  1719-  Perhaps  father  of  Theophilus 
(1745)- 

KIRKE,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  14, 

1726.  S.  of  Matthew,  of  Glandford  Bridge,  Lines.  School, 
Glandford  Bridge  (Mr  Waterworth).  Matric.  1726;  B.A.  1729- 
30.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  24,  1730;  priest,  June  4,  1732- 
Brother  of  George  (1718)  and  Robert  (1722). 

KIRKE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Oct. 

5.  1733-  S.  of  John,  of  Gt  Markham,  Notts.  School,  Newark. 

J.P.  for  Notts.    Of  Markham,  Esq.    Died  May  25,   1773- 

Buried  at  Markham.   (Burke,  L.G.) 
KIRKBANK,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  21)  at  Trinity,  Oct.  7, 

1727.  S.  of  William,  of  Whicham,  Cumberland.  School, 
Heversham,  Westmorland  (Mr  Watson).  Brother  of  the  next. 

KIRKBANK,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  Feb. 
16,1731-2.  S.  of  William,  of  Whicham,  Cumberland.  School, 
St' Bees  (Mr  Jackson).  Matric.  1732;  B.A.  1735-6-  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  1735-6.  Brother  of  the  above. 

KYRKBREDE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Mar. 
1557-8. 


Kirketon,  Edward 

KERKBRYDE,  PERCIVAL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs. 

1559.   Doubtless  3rd  s.  of  Richard,  of  Cumberland.   Scholar 

of  Christ's.   Migrated  to  Jesus,  1561-2  and  graduated  there. 

B.A.  1563-4.   R.  of  Asby,  Westmorland,  1563-72-   (Vis.  of 

Yorks.,  1563-4.) 
KIRKBRIDE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Mar.  9, 

1750-1.   Of  Westmorland. 
KIRKBRIDGE,  BARNABY.    Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  July  3, 

1591.   Matric.  1591.  Of  Cumberland. 
KIRKHAM,  CHARLES.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar  from 

Eton,  Aug.  13,  1564.  Of  Drayton,  Middlesex.  Matric.  1564; 

B.A.  1568-9;  M.A.  1572.  Fellow,  1567-81.   (Cooper,  \\.  120.) 

KIRKHAM,  CHARLES.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
July  5,  1680.  1st  s.  of  Walter  (1637),  Esq.  B.  at  Fineshade 
Abbey,  Northants.  School,  Oundle  (Mr  Speed).  Matric.  1681. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  29,  1682.  Of  Fineshade,  Esq. 
Married  Margaret  Spurstow,  of  Spurstow,  Cheshire.  Died 
1727.  Buried  at  Cotterstock,  Northants.,  Feb.  23,  1727-8. 
Father  of  the  next.  (Vis.  of  Northants.,  1618;  H.  I.  Longden.) 
KIRKHAM,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Feb. 
17,  1703-4.  S.  of  Charles  (above),  gent.  B.  at  King's  Chffe, 
Northants.  School,  Stafford  (Mr  Turner).  Matric.  1704.  Adm. 
at  the  Middle  Temple,  Dec.  1,  1704. 
KIRKHAM,  GEORGE.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs. 

1556. 
KIRKHAM,  GEORGE.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1616.    2nd  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Cotterstock,  Northants.,  Esq. 
B.A.   1618-9;  M.A.   1622.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  4; 
priest,  June  5,  1626.   V.  of  Bicker,  Lines.,  1631-6.   Married 
Amy,  dau.  of  George  Lynne,  of  Southwick,  Northants.  Died 
1636,  aged  c.  37.    Will  proved  (Lincoln)   1636.    Father  of 
James  (next).   (Vis.  of  Northants.,  1618;  H.  I.  Longden.) 
KIRKHAM,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  30, 
1649.   S.  of  George  (1616),  V.  of  Bicker  in  Holland,  Lines. 
B.  at  Southwick,  near  Oundle,  Northants.   (his  mother's 
home).  School,  Oundle.   B.A.  1652-3;  M.A.  1656.   Intruded 
V.  of  Southwick,  1657.    Described  as  'aged  48;  coelebs'  in 
the  Vis.  of  Northants.,  1682.   (H.  I.  Longden.) 
KIRKHAM,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  12, 
1642.    S.  of  Robert,  Esq.,  of  Fineshade,  Northants.    B.  at 
Stamford,  Lines.   School,  Stamford  (Mr  Humphreys).   B.A. 
1646-7;  M.A.  1650.   Brother  of  Walter  (1637). 
KIRKHAM,  WALTER.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  30, 
1595-6.    S.  and  h.  of  William  (1546),  of  Fineshade  Abbey, 
Northants.   Matric.  1596.   (Vis.  of  Northants.,  i(>i&.) 
KIRKHAM,  WALTER.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
May  26,   16^7.    S.  of  Robert,  Esq.,  of  Fineshade  Abbey, 
Northants.  'B.  at  Stamford.    School,  Oundle   (Mr  Cobb). 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  4,  1638.  Of  Fineshade  Abbey,  Esq. 
Married,  at  Brampton,  Mar.  14,  1653-4,  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir 
John  Norwich,  of  Brampton  Ash,  Bart.    Father  of  Charles 
(1680).   (Vis.  of  Northants.,  1618.) 
KIRKHAM,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1546.     S.    of    WiUiam,    of    Fineshade    Abbey,    Northants. 
Married  Martha,  dau.  of  Christopher  (?  John)  Payton,  of  Bury, 
SuffoUs.  Succeeded  to  Fineshade.  One  of  these  names  adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  1547.    Father  of  Walter  (i595-6).    (Vts.  of 
Northants.,  1618;  Bridges,  11.  408.) 

KIRKHAM, .  B.Can.L.  1477-8  (similar  grace,  1482-3). 

KIRKLAND,  CHRISTOPHER.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 

Michs.  1559.    Of  Westmorland.    B.A.  1562-3;  M.A.  1566; 

B.D.  1573.  FeUow,  1563.   R.  of  Fladbury,  Worcs.,  1573-84- 

KIRKLAND,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1572. 

B.  at  Kendal.  School,  Sedbergh.  B.A.  1576-7;  M.A.  1580. 
KIRKLAND,  RICHARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's, 

Michs.  1628. 
KIRKLAND,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1571.  Probably  V.  of  Oadby,  Leics.,  1575  ('he  is  under  bond 
for  the  exercise  of  study').  Age  31  in  1576;  'married,  meanly 
learned  in  the  Latin  tongue;  ordained  by  Abp.  of  Canterbury 
(Lib.  Cler.  Lincoln).  One  of  these  names  assistant  master  at 
Derby  School,  in  1602. 
KERKMAN,   JOHN.     Matric.  pens,   from   St   John's,  Michs. 

1565- 
KIRKMAN,  ROGER.  Adm.  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1603;  B.A. 
1608-9;  M.A.  from  Sidney,  1612.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Oct. 
24,  1613.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Yatton,  Somerset.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1635. 
KIRKETON,  EDWARD  or  EDMUND.  Adm.  FeUow  of  Peter- 
house,  Oct.  17,  1384,  as  B.A.  Master  of  Glomery,  1386.  Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  14,  1387-8;  priest.  Mar.  28,  1388.  Of 
Lincohi  diocese,  in  1395,  when  he  is  caUed  D.D.  Probably 
of  Boston.  Gave  books  to  the  CoUege  Library.  (T.  A. 
Walker.) 

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KiRLEw,  Joseph 

KIRLEW,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  14, 

1659.  Of  Selby,  Yorks.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Woodhall,  Yorks., 

gent.   School,  Sedbergh  (Mr  Buchanan).   Matric.  1659;  B.A. 

1663-4.   Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  25,  1664. 
KIRLEWE  or  KERLEW,  PETER.    B.A.  from  Trinity  Hall, 

1642-3.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  July  19,  1646;  priest  (Peterb.) 

Sept.  15,  1648. 
KIRRILL,  THOMAS.   Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  King's,  Easter, 

1678. 
KIRSHAW,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  June  23, 

1645.   S.  of  John.   B.  at  Hoyland,  Yorks.    School,  Halifax 

(Mr  Wood).   Matric.  1645.   Migrated  to  Oxford.   B.A.  from 

Brasenose,  1648;  M.A.  1651.    R.  of  Ripley,  Yorks.   Married 

Rebecca,  dau.  of  Richard  Sykes,  R.  of  Kirkheaton,  Yorks. 

Died  1684.   Father  of  Richard  (i68i).   (Peile,  i.  498.) 
KIRSHAW,  RICHARD.    Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  July  2,  1681. 

(Previously  matric.  from  Brasenose  College,  Oxford,  Mar.  22, 

1677-8,  age  13.)    S.  of  John  (1645),  R.  of  Ripley,  Yorks. 

School,  Wakefield.    Matric.  1681;  B.A.  1681-2;  M.A.  1685; 

D.D.  1702.   Ord.  deacon  (York)  May  22,  1692;  priest,  1695. 

V.  of  Martock,  Somerset,   1692-4.    R.  of  Ripley,  Yorks., 

1694-1736.  Died  1736,  aged  72.  Father  of  Samuel  (1723)  and 

WUUam  (1723).    (F.M.G.,  i.  156.) 
KIRSHAW,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  July  ii, 

1723.    S.  of  Richard  (above),  D.D.,  R.  of  Ripley,  Yorks. 

Matric.  1724;  B.A.  1727-8;  M.A.  1731;  D.D.  1760.    Incorp. 

at  Oxford,  1732.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  4;  priest,  Sept. 

24, 1732.  R.of  Coningsby,  1732.  V.  of  Leeds,  Yorks.,  1751-86. 

R.  of  Ripley,   1759.    Married  Ann,  dau.  of  Sam.   Brooke, 

D.D.,  V.  of  St  John's,  Leeds.    Died  Nov.  i,  1786.   M.L  at 

Leeds.   Will,  P.C.C.   {F.M.G.,  i.  156.) 
KIRSHAW,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  June  8, 

1723.  S.  of  Richard  (1681),  of  Ripley,  Yorks.,  D.D.  Matric. 

1723.    Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  21,  1723-4.   Died  without 

issue.    (F.M.G.,  i.  156.) 
KIRTLETON,  MATTHEW.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's, 

Michs.  1569;  B.A.  from  Jesus,  1573-4. 
KIRTLETON,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 

Jan.  25,   1636-7.    S.  of  Thomas,  blacksmith,  of  Hinkley, 

Leics.  B.  there.  School,  Nantwich,  Cheshire  (Mr  Simonds). 
KIRTON,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Michs. 

1674;  B.A.  1677-8;  M.A.  1684.    Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept. 

1678.  V.  of  St  Mary-le-Bow,  Durham,  1687-9.  V.  of  Norham, 

Northumberland,  1689.   Minor  canon  of  Durham  Cathedral, 

till,  1 714.   Buried  May  4,  1714,  at  Norham. 
KIRTON,  CHRISTOPHER.    Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 

Apr.  23,  1659.    S.  of  John,  clerk,  of  Aycliffe,  Durham.   B. 

there.    School,    Richmond   (Mr  Parvin).     Died  in  College. 

Buried  at  All  Saints',  Cambridge,  July  21,  1659. 
KIRTON,  JOHN.    B.Can.L.  1500-1.    Prior  of  the  Carmelites  of 

Stamford;  surrendered,   1538.    Possibly  committed  to  the 

Fleet,  Sept.  25,  1552,  for  political  assertions.  (Cooper,  1.  112; 

B.  Zimmerman.) 
KIRTON,  JOHN.   Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 

1584.   Perhaps  s.  of  William,  of  Leadenham,  Lines.  Married 

Frances,  dau.   of   Dr  NichoUs,   Master  of  Magdalene.    Of 

Grimsby,  Esq.    (Lines.  Pedigrees,  569.) 
KERTON,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 

1672;  B.A.  1675-6.    Ord.  deacon  (Chester)  May  21,  1676; 

priest,  Aug.  9,  1677.   P.C.  of  Easby,  Yorks.,  1678-1725. 
KIRTON,  ROBERT.    Studied  at  Cambridge.   A  Benedictine  of 

Peterborough.    Ord.  priest   (Lincoln)    1473.    Abbot  of  the 

monastery,    1496-1527.     Added    largely    to    the    monastic 

buildings.   Died  c.  1527.   (Cooper,  i.  38.) 
KIRTON,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  23,  1612. 

Matric.  1612;  B.A.  1615-6;  M.A.  1619.    Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1619. 
KYRTON,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1550.  One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1553. 
KYRTON,  .    B.A.   1473-4;  M.A.   1476.    Perhaps  Robert 

(above),  the  Benedictine.  (Cooper,  m.  99.) 
KITCHELL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1646.  Of  Kent.  B.A.  1649.  Will  of  one  of  these 
names;  of  the  Middle  Temple,  Esq.  (P.C.C.)  1655.  (Pedigree 
of  Kitchell,  of  Dover  and  Canterbury  in  Vis.  of  Kent,  1663.) 
KITCHENER,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Sept.  9, 1703. 

Of  Bedfordshire.  Matric.  1704;  B.A.  1707-8. 
KITCHENER,  NATHAN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1594; 
B.A.  (?  1594-5);  M.A.  1598.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln) 
Mar.  4,  1603-4.  R.  of  Lower  Gravenhurst,  Beds.,  1604-20. 
Buried  at  Blunham,  Nov.  16,  1620. 
KITCHENER,  THOMAS.  LL.B.  1626  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
Of  Devon,  fil.  cler.  Matric.  from  New  College,  Oxford,  Oct. 
23,  1618,  age  19;  B.C.L.  1625-6.  V.  of  Steeple  Morden, 
Caiiibs.,  1637-44,  sequestered.  {Al.  Oxon.) 


KiTCHINGMAN,  ROBERT 

KITCHIN,  ANTHONY,  alias  DUNSTAN.  Educated  at  Oxford 
and  Cambridge.  A  monk  of  Westminster.  B.D.  (Oxford) 
1525;  D.D.  1538.  AbViotof  Eynsham,  Oxon.,  1530;  surrendered 
1539.  Bishop  of  LlandafI,  1545-65.  Died  Oct.  31,  1565, 
aged  86.    (Cooper,  i.  238;  D.N.B.) 

KITCHING,  JEREMIAH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  Oct. 
30,  1695.  S.  of  Abraham.  B.  at  Wilsden,  Yorks.  School, 
Bamsley,  Yorks.  (Mr  Sim.  Jenkinson).  Matric.  169&-7;  B.A. 
1699-1700.   Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  1700. 

KYTCHYN,  JOHN.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1578.   Perhaps  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1580. 

KITCHIN,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1612;  B.A. 
1615-6;  M.A.  1619.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  25,  1616. 
(Peile,  I.  288.) 

KITCHIN,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1647,  as  'Kicking.'  Of  Derbyshire.  B.A.  1650;  M.A.  1654- 
Fellow,  1650-5.  R.  of  St  Mary  Abchurch,  London,  1655-60. 
Author,  Sermon. 

KITCHEN,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1544; 
B..'^.  1547-8;  M.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1551.  Fellow  of 
Corpus,  1548,  ejected  by  Queen  Mary's  visitors.  R.  of 
Stisted,  Essex,  1561-99.  R.  of  Inworth,  1562-99.  Died 
1599-   (Peile,  i.  37;  Cooper,  11.  281.) 

KITCHIN,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1580. 
Of  Essex.  ML-^rated  to  Queens',  Feb.  1585-6.  B.A.  1587-8. 
R.  of  Hadleigh,  Essex,  1591. 

KITCHIN,  RICHARD.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1610. 

KITCHING,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  17, 
1747.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Norton,  Durham.  School,  Westminster. 
Matric.  1747;  Scholar,  1748.  One  of  these  names  V.  of 
Kirkby  Wharfe,  Yorks.,  in  1777. 

KITCHIN,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1544 
Of  Skipton,  Yorks.  B.A.  1547-8;  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1551 
Fellow  of  St  John's,  1549.   Ord.  deacon  (London)  1552. 

KITCHIN,  THOMAS.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1591,  from  West 
minster;  B.A.  1595-6;  M.A.  1599.  Fellow,  1597-  Taxor, 
1611.  Proctor,  1614-5.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Norwich) 
June  15,  1606,  age  24  (stc).  V.  of  Trumpington,  Cambs.; 
1611.  V.  of  Bottisham,  1612.  R.  of  Gnmdisburgh,  Suffolk, 
1617. 

KITCHIN  or  KECHYN, .   B.Can.L.  1491-2. 

KITCHINMAN,  BRIAN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Mar.  4, 
1693-4.  S.  of  John  (1655),  clerk.  B.  at  Chatham,  Kent. 
School,  Blandford,  Dorset  (Mr  Gerhard).  Matric.  1694;  B.A. 
1697-8;  M.A.  1701.  Ord.  priest  (London)  May  23,  1703. 

KICHINMAN,  CLEMENT.    Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Apr. 

16,  1635.   S.  of  John,  woollendraper.   B.  at  Norwich.   Bapt. 

at  St  Peter  Mancrott,  Mar.   13,   1620-1.    School,  Norwich 

(Mr  Stonham).  Matric.  1635;  Scholar,  1635-42;  B.A.  1638-9; 

M.A.  1642.   Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Feb.  25,  1642-3;  priest, 

May  28,   1643.    R.  of  Blundeston,   1643-62.    Licensed  to 

preach,  1662.   Buried  at  Blundeston,  Mar.  12,  1662-3.   Will 

(Norwich)  1663.   (Venn,  1.  317.) 
KITCHINMAN,  HENRY.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1615;  B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622.   Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.; 

priest,  Dec.  1621.   V.  of  Marton,  Yorks.   Licensed  to  marry 

Ann  Anderson,  of  Marton,  1622. 

KITCHINGMAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  July  7, 
1655.  S.  of  Bryan,  barrister,  alderman  of  Cambridge.  Bapt. 
at  St  Clement's,  Feb.  10,  1638-9.  School,  Cambridge,  Perse 
(Mr  Craford  and  Mr  Griffith).  Matric.  1655;  Scholar,  1655- 
61;  B.A.  1659-60;  M.A.  1663.  Fellow,  1661-70.  Licensed  to 
teach  grammar  at  Lynn,  1662.  C.  of  Redgrave,  1664.  R.  of 
Bincombe,  Dorset,  1670-go.  Perhaps  R.  of  Sheldwick,  Kent, 
1697.  Died  June  10,  1729.  Buried  at  Milton,  Cambs.  M.I. 
WiU  (V.C.C.)  1729.  Father  of  Brian  (1693-4)  and  brother  of 
Robert  (1656).   (Venn,  1.  392.) 

KITCHINGMAN,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney, 
June  12,  1738.  S.  of  Valentine,  gent.,  deceased,  of  Thirkleby, 
Yorks.  School,  Coxwold.  Matric.  1738;  B.A.  1741-2;  M.A. 
1745.  Fellow,  1744.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  29,  1743; 
priest  (York)  Sept.  22,  1745.  R.  of  Sessay,  Yorks.,  I749-77. 
Died  Jan.  18,  1777. 

KITCHINGMAN,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  July 
20,  1656.  S.  of  Bryan,  barrister,  alderman  of  Cambridge. 
B.  there.  School,  Perse,  Cambridge  (Mr  Craford  and  Mr 
Griffith).  Matric.  1656-7;  Scholar,  1656-61;  B.A.  1660-1; 
M.A.  1664.  Fellow,  1662-71.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  ii, 
1665-6;  priest  (Ely)  Dec.  1668.  C.  of  Kingsbury,  Middlesex, 
1669.  Donor  to  the  College  library.  Brother  of  John  (1655). 
(Venn,  i.  396.) 

KITCHINGMAN,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney, 
Apr.  23,  1738.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.  B.  at  Leeds.  School, 
Coxwold.  Matric.  1738;  LL.B.  1744- 


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Kite,  John 

KITE,  JOHN.   Adiu.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1480.   0£ 
London.    R.  of  Harlington,  Middlesex,  to  15 10.    Preb.  of 
Sarum,  1510-8.    Archbishop  of  Armagh,  1513-21-   Sent  on 
an  embassy  to  Spain,  1518.   Present  at  the  Field  of  Cloth  of 
Gold    1520.    R.  of  St  Stephen  WaUbrook,  London,  1520-34. 
Titular  archbishop  of  Thebes;  and  Bishop  of  Carlisle,  1521- 
37.    Renounced   the   Pope's  supremacy,    i534-    Owed   his 
preferments  to  Wolsey's  influence.    Died   June   19,   i537- 
Buried  in  Stepney  Church.   (Cooper,  1.  62;  D.N.B.) 
KYTE,  LAURENCE.   Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Nov.  1572. 
Migrated  to  Christ's.  B.A.  1575-6;  M.A.  i579-   Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  July  4,  1580;  priest,  Sept.  20, 1581.  R.  of  Holdenby, 
Northants.,  1582-96.    R.  of  Gt  Houghton,  1586-96.    R.  of 
Corby,  1596-1614.  Died  1614.  WiU  (Peterb.)  1614-  (Bridges, 
II.  297;  H.  I.  Longden.) 
KITE,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1592. 
KITSON,  H.   Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1562. 
KITSON,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1551; 
B.A.    1554-5.     Probationer  fellow  at   Peterhouse,    1556-7- 
Perhaps  the  same,  'of  Yorks.,  who  was  B.D.  at  Oxford  after 
14  years  in  theology,  Jan.   1575-6-'    Preb.  of  Chichester, 
1564-1602.   R.  of  Barcombe,  Sussex,  1564.   R.  of  Edburton, 
1569.    R.  of  Tangmere,  1588.   Buried  in  Chichester,  Oct.  7, 
1602.   (Al.  Oxon^ 
KITSON,  RICHARD.    Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  c.  1596;  B.A. 
1598-9;  M.A.  1602.   Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept. 
16,  1599.  V.  of  Bapchild,  Kent,  1600-5.  WiU  of  one  of  these 
names  (Lewes)  1625;  of  Ardingley,  Sussex,  clerk.    (J.  Ch. 
Smith.) 
KITSON,  RICHARD.   Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  May  27, 
1650.    S.   of    Richard,   deceased.     B.   at   Sheffield,    Yorks. 
School,  Sheffield  (Mr  Steare).    Matric.  1650;  B.A.  1653-4; 
M.A.   1657;  B.D.  1664.    Fellow.    Taxor,  1659.    Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1661. 
KITSON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1571- 

KYTSON, .  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1544. 

KITT,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Aug.  8,  1715.   Of 
Nevis,  West  Indies.    S.  and  h.  of  William.    Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  July  28,  1715- 
KITTAM,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1606. 
KITTERMASTER,   WILLIAM.    Matric.   sizar  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  1616;  B.A.  1618-9.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  23, 
1619;  priest,  June  11,  1620. 
KNAGGS,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  i,  1676. 
(Previously  of  Trinity  College,  Oxford.)  Of  Durham.  School, 
Durham.    Matric.   1677;  B.A.   1679-80;   U.A.   1683.    Ord. 
deacon  (York)  Dec.  1681.  V.  of  Merrington,  Durham,  16S2- 
1720.  Afternoon  lecturer  of  All  Saints',  Newcastle,  1687-97. 
Chaplain  to  Lord  Grey.  V.  of  Croft,  Lines.,  1720.  Lecturer  at 
St  Giles-in-the-Fields,  Loudon.  Died  May  12,  1724.  aged  63. 
Father  of  the  next.   {Al.  Oxon.;  H.  M.  Wood.) 
KNAGGS,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  g,  1708. 
S.  of  Thomas  (above),  of  Newcastle-on-Tyne.    Bapt.  at  AU 
Saints',  Newcastle,  Mar.  5,  1690-1.  Died  in  CoUege.  Buried 
July  31,  1709- 
KNAPLOCK,  ROBERT.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  July  31, 
1620.   Of  London.   Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  i,  1619,  as  s. 
and  h.  of  William,  late  of  Gray's  Inn.    Called  to  the  Bar, 
May  29,  1633. 
KNAPP,  CHARLES.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1644.    Of  Suffolk.    B.A.   1644-5;  M.A.   1648.    Ord.  pnest 
(Bishop  Hall,  of  Norwich)  July  17,  i655-  V.  of  Letheringham, 
Suffolk.   Brother  of  Robert  (1643). 
KNAPPE,  EDMUND.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Michs. 

1554- 
KNAP,  EDWARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1595.    Of 

Suffolk.   Probably  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  30,  1598. 
KNAPP,  GEORGE.    Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  4, 
1724-5.    Of  Deptford,  Kent.    S.  of  John,  Esq.,  deceased. 
Matric.  1724.   Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  June  25,  1724- 
KNAPP,  HENRY.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1748. 
S.  of  George,  R.  of  Morden,  Surrey.    Bapt.  Oct.  14,  1729- 
Matric.  1749;  B.A.  1753;  M.A.  i757-    FeUow,  1752.    Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  25,  1752.    Master  of  Uppmgham  School, 
1757-71-    R-  of  Rockingham,  Northants.,   1763-77-    V.  of 
Gt  Gidding,  Hunts.,  1769-77.    Master  of  Stamford  School, 
1771-80.   V.  of  Wilbarston,  Northants.,  i777-    R-  of  Stoke 
Albany,  1777.    Died  Dec.  i,  1812,  at  Market  Harborough. 
Buried  at  St  Mary-in-Arden.   (T.  C.  Dale;  H.  I.  Longden.) 
KNAPE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1554. 
KNAPPE,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  6,  1587. 

Matric.  1587;  B.A.  1590-1- 
KNAP,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1595. 


Knatchbull,  Norton 

KNAPP,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  3,  1600;  B.A. 

1603-4.  Probably  C.  of  Goldington,  Beds.,  1621;  V.  1625-41. 

Married    (2),    Feb.    8,    1631-2,    at    Goldington,    Constance 

Haselden.    (W.  M.  Noble.) 

KNAP,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  Apr.  1601.    (Perhaps 

same  as  preceding.) 
KNAPP,  JOHN.    'M.D.;  contemporary  of  Archbp  Bancroft,  at 
Cambridge':  so  described  by  himself  in  a  letter  to  the  Arch- 
bishop.  Of  the  College  of  Physicians.    (Tanner  MSS.  cccvi. 
431;  Bodleian  Lib.;  not  found  in  Munk.) 
KNAPP,  JOHN.  M.A.  1634  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of  Wiltshire. 
S.  of  Nicholas,  of  Rudge,  Froxfield,  Wilts.,  yeoman.  Matric. 
from  Trinity  College,  Oxford,  June  21,  1616,  age  17;  B.A. 
(Oxford)   1619;   M.A.   1622.    Buried  Sept.   17,   1654,  at  St 
Mary's,  Marlborough.    (T.  C.  Dale.) 
KNAPP,  MATTHEW.    M.A.  1714  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).   S.  of 
John,  of  London,  gent.,  and  of  Little  Linford  and  Shenley, 
Bucks.  Matric.  from  Trinity  College,  Oxford,  Nov.  29,  1700, 
age   15;   B.A.   (Oxford)    1704;   M.A.   1707.    R-  of  Shenley 
Mansell,  Bucks.,  1709-52.  Married,  May  30,  1720,  Catherine, 
dau.  of  Humphrey  Primatt.    Died  Dec.  7,   1752.    M.I.  at 
Shenley.    (/li.  0;i;on.;  T.  C.  Dale.) 
KNAPP,    ROBERT.     Adm.   sizar    at   Corpus   Christi,    1643. 
Of  Suffolk.    Matric.  Michs.  1644;  B.A.  1646-7;  M.A.  1651. 
Ord.  priest  (Bishop  Brownrigg,  of  Exeter)  May  15,  1651. 
V.  or  C.  of  Gillingham,  Suffolk,  1662.    Brother  of  Charles 
(1644).    (Pedigree  of  Knapp,  of  Needham  Market  in  Vis.  of 
Suffolk,  1664.    Robert  is  described  as  of  Needham  Market 
and  Gosbeck,  gent.;  s.  of  Robert  of  Needham.) 
KNAPPE,  SAMUEL.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1609. 
S.  of  Robert,  of  Ipswich,  clothier.   B.A.  1612-3;  M.A.  1616. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1616.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  11; 
priest,  June  12,   1620.    R.  of  St  James',  South  Elmham, 
Suffolk,   1622-65.    Will  proved   (Norwich)   1666.    (Peile,  1. 
275;  T.  C.  Dale.) 
KNAPP,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1639.  Of  Norfolk.  S.  of  John,  of  New  Place,  Stoke,  Ipswich, 
gent.   B.A.  1642-3;  M.A.  1646.  Ord.  priest  (Bishop  Hall,  of 
Norwich)  Dec.  18,  1649.   R.  of  West  Newton,  Norfolk,  1651- 
67.    Will   proved    (Norwich  Archd.  C.)  Oct.   12,   1688;   'of 
Ingoldsthorpe,  Norfolk."   (T.  C.  Dale.) 
KNARESBORO,  EDWARD.   B.A.  1537-8;  M.A.  1540. 
KNARESBROUGHE,    EDWARD.     B.A.    1553-4-     Fellow    of 
Trinity,  1554.  Probably  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  July  9,  1558. 
KNAT,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 

1575;  B.A.  in  the  ordo,  1578-9,  as  Gnat. 

KNATCHBULL,    GEORGE.     B.A.    1633.     Demy   of   Magdalen 

College,  Oxford,  1629;  having  kept  one  term  at  Cambridge. 

KNATCHBULL,  HENAGE.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Trinity, 

June  21,  1692.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  East  Lenham,  Kent.  School, 

Eton.   Matric.  1692.   Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov.  15, 

1694. 

KNATCHBULL,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Michs. 

1580. 
KNATCHBULL,  JOHN.    Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St  John's, 

Michs.  1586. 
KNATCHBULL,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity,  May  6, 
1652.  Of  Kent,  ist  s.  of  Sir  Norton  (1618-9),  of  Mersham, 
Kent,  Knt.  and  Bart.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1655.  M.P. 
for  New  Romney,  1660;  for  Kent,  1685-95.  Succeeded  as 
2nd  Bart.,  Feb.  5,  1684-5.  Author  of  a  Manuscript  Diary  for 
1688-9.  Died  Dec.  15,  1696.  Father  of  the  next,  brother  of 
Thomas  (1659)  and  Norton  (1661).  (Vis.  of  Kent,  1663; 
Burke;  D.N.B.;  G.E.C.) 
KNATCHBULL,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Trinity, 
Mar.  27,  1685.  S.  of  Sir  John  (above),  Bart.,  of  Mersham, 
Kent.  Died  s.p.  before  his  father,  i.e.  before  1696.  (Vis.  of 
Kent,  1663;  Burke.) 
KNATCHBULL,  NORTON.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St  John's, 
Michs.  1586.  Doubtless  s.  of  Richard,  of  Mersham,  Kent. 
Knighted,  Apr.  18,  1604.  Sheriff  of  Kent,  1608.  M.P.  for 
Hythe  .1609.  Of  Mersham  Hatch,  Kent.  Married  Bridget, 
dau.  of  John  Astley.  Founder  of  the  Free  Grammar  School  at 
Ashford.  Died  1636.  Buried  at  Mersham.  M.I.  Uncle  of  the 
next,  and  brother  of  Thomas  (1586).  (Vis.  of  Kent,  1619; 
Hasted,  ni.  286.) 
KNATCHBULL,  NORTON.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St  John's, 
Lent,  1618-9.  S.  of  Thomas  (1586).  B.  1602.  B.A.  1620. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Apr.  28,  1624.  Succeeded  to  the 
family  estate  at  Mersham  Hatch,  Kent,  1636.  M.P.  for  Kent, 
1640  (Short  Parliament) ;  for  New  Romney,  1640-8,  1660-79. 
Knighted,  July,  1641.  Created  Bart.,  Aug.  4,  1641.  Author 
of  Animadversiones  in  Libros  Novi  Testamenti.  Died  Feb.  5, 
1684-5.  Buried  at  Mersham.  M.I.  Father  of  John  (1652), 
Thomas  (1659)  and  of  Norton  (i66i).  {D.N.B.;  G.E.C;  Vts. 
of  Kent,  1619;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 


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Knatchbull,  Norton 

KNATCHBULL,  NORTON.    Matric.  pens,  from   Magdalene, 

Easter,  1625;  B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631. 
KNATCHBULL,  NORTON.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Nov.  29, 

1661.    Doubtless  3rd  s.  of  Sir  Norton  (i6i8),  of  Mersham, 

Kent,  Bart.  Matric.  1661.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Oct. 

23,  1663.   Brother  of  John  (1652)  and  Thomas  (1659).   {Vis. 

of  Kent,  1663.) 

KNATCHBULL,  NORTON.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan. 

5,  1729-30.   4th  s.  of  Sir  Edward,  Bart.,  of  Mersham,  Kent. 

Bapt.  at  Babington,  Somerset,  June  22,  1711.   Matric.  Dec. 

1728.    Major  in  the  army.    Died  May  10,  1782.   Brother  of 

Wadham  (1725-6).   (Burke.) 
KNATCHBULL,  RICHARD.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  John's, 

Michs.  1586. 
KNATCHBULL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  John's, 

Michs.  1586.  Doubtless  4th  s.  of  Richard,  of  Mersham  Hatch, 

Kent.    Died    1623,   aged   51.    Buried   at  Maidstone.    M.I. 

Father  of  Norton  (1618)  and  brother  of  Norton  (1586).  (J.Cfa. 

Smith.) 
KNATCHBULL,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1629-30. 

Perhaps  3rd  s.  of  Thomas.  M.A.  1635  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 

M.A.  (Magdalen  College,  Oxford)  1632.   {Vis.  of  Kent,  1619.) 
KNATCHBULL,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Oct.  29, 

1659.  2nd  s.  of  Sir  Norton  (1618-9),  of  Mersham,  Kent,  Bart. 

Matric.  1659.   Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  12,  1662. 

Succeeded  his  brother  as  3rd  Bart.,  Dec.  15,  1696.   Died  c. 

1712.    Brother  of  John  (1652)  and  Norton  (1661).    {Vis.  of 

Kent,  1663;  D.N.B.,  under  Sir  Norton.) 
KNATCHBULL,  WADHAM.    Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall, 

Jan.  6,  1725-6.    3rd  s.  of  Sir  Edward,  of  Mersham,  Kent, 

Bart.  Matric.  1725;  LL.B.  1730;  LL.D.  1741.  Fellow,  1731- 

9.  Ord.  deacon  (Durham)  1731.   Preb.  of  Durham,  1738-60. 

V.  of  Chilham,  Kent,  1739-60.  Chancellor  of  Durham  diocese. 

Married  Harriet,  dau.  of  Charles  Parry,  of  Wakefield,  Berks., 

July  8,  1743.  Died  Dec.  27,  1760,  aged  52.  Buried  in  Durham 

Cathedral.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1761.  Brother  of  Norton  (1729-30). 

(Burke,  L.G.;  H.  M.  Wood.) 
KNATCHBULL, .  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1618. 
KNELL,  BARNABAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Sept.  17, 

1592.  Matric.  1592.   R.  of  Reculver,  Kent,  1602. 
KNELL,  PAUL.   Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  June  18,  1632.   Matric. 

1632;  B.A.  1635-6;  M.A.  1639.    Perhaps  D.D.    Incorp.  at 

Oxford,  1643-4.  Chaplain  in  a  regiment  in  the  Royal  Army. 

V.  of  Newchurch,  Kent,  1660-2.   V.  of  St  Dunstan,  Canter- 
bury, tUl  1664.   Author,  Sermons.   Buried  at  St  Dunstan's, 

Aug.  24,  1664.   {Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

KNEVETT,  EDWARD.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1544.   Brother  of  Thomas  (1544). 

KNEVET,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1569. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Richard,  of  Radford  Semele,  Warws.  Adm.  at 
the  Inner  Temple,  1574.  Died  1603.  One  of  these  names,  s.  of 
Sir  Thomas,  of  Ashwellthorpe,  Norfolk,  adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  1576. 

KNEVET,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  June,  1577. 
Perhaps  eldest  s.  of  John,  of  Fundenhall,  Norfolk.  One  of 
these  names  ist  s.  of  WiUiam  of  Fundenhall,  Norfolk;  bapt. 
May  3,  1560.  Married  and  had  issue.  Buried  Aug.  18,  1640. 
(Peile,  I.  142;  Burke,  Family  Records.) 

KNEVET,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Jan.  29,  1611-2. 
S.  of  Sir  Thomas,  Knt.,  of  Buckenham  Castle,  Norfolk, 
deceased.  B.  at  Harling.  School,  Moulton  (Mr  Matchet). 
Matric.  1612;  B.A.  1614-5;  M.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1618. 
Fellow  of  Trinity  Hall,  1616.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Feb.  23; 
priest,  Feb.  24,  1621-2.   {Venn,  i.  215.) 

KNIVETT,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Corpus  Christi,  Mar.  2, 
1638-9.  Of  Norfolk.  S.  and  h.  of  Thomas  (1611),  of  Ashwell- 
thorpe, Esq.  Matric.  1639;  B.A.  1641-2.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
June  7,  1643.  After  travelling  abroad,  married,  1655,  Mary, 
dau.  of  Sir  Thomas  Bedingfield,  of  Darsham,  Suffolk.  K.B. 
1661.  Died  July  28,  1673.  Buried  at  Ashwellthorpe.  M.I. 
Benefactor  to  the  College.  Fatherof  Thomas  (1672).  {Masters, 
328.) 

KNIVETT,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  St  Catharine's,  July  3, 
1670.  Perhaps  s.  of  Richard,  of  Gt  Chart,  Kent.  (Vis.  of 
Kent,  1663.) 

KNIVETT,  PHILIP.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Aug.  12, 
1598.  S.  of  Sir  Thomas,  Knt.  B.  at  Harling,  Norfolk.  School, 
Harling  (Mr  Swett).  Matric.  1597-8.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn, 
1602.  Created  Bart.,  May  22,  1611.  Married  Katharine,  dau. 
of  Charles  Ford,  of  Butley  Abbey,  Suffolk.  Buried  in  St 
Andrew's,  Holborn,  Feb.  28,  1634-5.   {Venn,  i.  166;  G.E.C.) 

KNEVETT,  RALPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse,  Sept. 
13,  1617.  Of  Norfolk.  Matric.  1617;  LL.B.  1624.  Probably 
R.  of  Lyng,  Norfolk,  1652-71.  Poet.  Died  1671,  aged  71. 
(T.A.  Walker,  r,D.N.B.) 


Knibb,  Samuel 

KNEVETT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Corpus  Christi, 
1544.  One  of  these  names  knighted,  Oct.  2,  1553. 

KNYVET,  THOMAS.  FeU.-Com.  at  Jesus,  in  1564-5.  2nd  s.  of 
Sir  Henry,  of  Charlton,  Wilts.  Created  M.A.  (Oxford)  1592 
(on  the  Queen's  visit).  Gentleman  of  the  privy  chamber. 
Knighted,  Mar.  14,  1603-4.  As  J. P.  for  Westminster  he 
searched  the  cellars  of  the  houses  of  ParUament  and  discovered 
the  Guy  Fawkes  plot.  Privy  CounciUor  and  Warden  of  the 
Mint.  Created  Baron  Knyvet  of  Escrick,  1607.  Died  July  27, 
1622.  BuriedatStanweU,  Middlesex.   {D.N. B.;  G.E.C.) 

KNEVET,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  Jesus,  1577-8;  M.A.  1581;  B.D. 
1595.  R.  of  Mile  End,  Colchester,  1584-1626.  Admon.  (Cons. 
C.  London)  1626. 

KNEVET,  THOMAS.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1584.  Of  London.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  Thomas,  of 
Ashwellthorpe,  Norfolk.  Knighted,  May  11,  1603.  Married 
EUzabeth,  dau.  of  Sir  Nathaniel  Bacon,  of  Stiffkey,  Norfolk, 
1592.  Died  Sept.  1605.  Buried  at  FeltweU,  Norfolk.  Father 
of  the  next.    {Blotnefield,  v.  157.) 

KNEVET  or  KNYVETT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Em- 
manuel, Nov.  24,  1611.  S.  and  h.  of  Thomas  (above).  Bapt. 
June  10,  1596.  Matric.  1612;  B.A.  1614.  K.B.  1625.  Of 
Ashwellthorpe,  Norfolk.  Married  Catherine,  dau.  of  Thomas, 
Lord  Borough  of  Gainsborough.  Buried  at  AshweUthorpe, 
July  2,  1658.  Father  of  John  (1638-9).  {Blornefield,  v.  157; 
Carthew,  Launditch,  n.  651.) 

KNYVET,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1627  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
Middlesex,  Esq.  Matric.  from  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  Dec. 
10,  1602,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1605;  M.A.  1608.  Perhaps 
Barrister-at-law,  Middle  Temple,  1616,  as  s.  and  h.  of  Henry, 
of  London.   {Al.Oxon.) 

KNYVET,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  St  Catharine's,  June 
16,  1672.  2nd  s.  of  Sir  John  (1638-9),  K.B.,  Colonel  of  a 
regiment  of  militia.  Died  unmarried,  Sept.  28,  1693,  aged  37. 
M.I.  at  AshweUthorpe,  Norfolk.  (Le  Neve,  Mon.,  v.  142; 
Blornefield,  v.  158.) 

KNYVETT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Jan.  28, 
1700-1.  S  of  John,  weaver,  of  FundenhaU,  Norfolk.  Bapt. 
there,  Jan.  4,  1683-4.  School,  Wymondham  (Mr  Clarke). 
Matric.  1701.   {Venn,  i   507.) 

KNYVETT, .   Pens,  at  Gonville  Hall,  1510-3. 

KNEVET, .  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1540-1. 

KNEVITT, .   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity,  1654. 

KNEWSTUB,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  Aug. 
30,  1654.  S.  of  WiUiam.  B.  at  Grantham,  Lines.  School, 
Grantham  (Mr  Stokes).  B.A.  1658-9;  M.A.  1663.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  2,  1660;  priest,  Sept.  18,  1662.  R.  of 
Sapperton,  Lines.,  1662,  resigned  same  year.  R.  of  Muston, 
Leics.,  1665.  Buried  there  Dec.  16,  1705.  WiU  (Leicester) 
1706.   {Peile,  I.  564.) 

KNEWSTUBB,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1561.  B.  at  Kirkby  Stephen,  Westmorland,  1544.  Scholar, 
1561;  B.A.  1564-5;  M.A.  1568;  B.D.  1576.  Fellow,  1567. 
University  preacher,  1570.  R.  of  Cockfield,  Suffolk,  1579- 
1624.  Took  part  in  the  Hampton  Court  Conference.  Contro- 
versial writer.  WeU-known  puritan.  Died  May  29,  1624. 
Buried  at  Cockfield.  WiU,  P.C.C.  Benefactor  to  St  John's. 
{D.N.B.;  for  epitaph  see  Peck,  Desid.  Cur.,  216.) 

KNEWSTUBB,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1628;  B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635. 

KNEWSTUB,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  i, 
1702-3.  S.  of  John,  deceased.  B.  in  London.  School, 
Highgate  (Mr  Carr).  Matric.  1702-3;  B.A.  1706-7;  M.A.  1710. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Sept.  21,  1702.  Ord.  deacon 
(Ely)  Mar.  i,  1723-4;  priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  8,  1723.  WiU  of 
one  of  these  names  (Archd.  WUts.)  1763;  of  Landford,  Wilts., 
clerk. 

KNEWSTUBB,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1575;  B.A.  1578-9;  M.A.  1582.  Ord.  deacon  and 
priest  (Lincoln)  1586.  Admon.  (Lincoln)  1590,  of  one  of 
these  names;  of  Coningsby,  Lines. 

KNEWSTUBBS,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Michs.  1598;  B.A.  1602-3;  M.A.  1606. 

KNEYSWORTH,  GEORGE.   Probably  B.A.  1501-2. 

KNIBB,  DANIEL.  M.A.  from  King's,  1678.  S.  of  Thomas,  of 
Claydon,  Cropredy,  Oxon.  Matric.  from  St  Edmund  HaU, 
Oxford,  Dec.  11,  1668,  age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1672.  {Al.  Oxon.) 

KNIBB,  ISAIAH.  B.A.  1678  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
George,  of  Claydon,  Oxon.  Matric.  from  St  Edmund  Hall, 
Oxford,  Nov.  27,  1674,  age  i6;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1678;  M.A. 
1681.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  19,  1680.  V.  of  Westbury, 
Bucks.,  1694-1715  ('Isaac').   {Al.  Oxon.) 

KNIBBE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  May  8,  1647. 
Matric.  1647;  B.A.  1650. 


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Knife,  George 

KNIFE,  GEORGE.   B.D.  1523  4.   Augustinian  friar. 

KNIGHT,  see  also  KNIGHTS. 

KNIGHT,  BOSTOCK.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1583; 

B.A.  1586. 
KNIGHT,  BULLEINE.   Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  27,  1729- 

Of  Lincolnshire.    Matric.   1729;  B.A.   1732-3.    Ord.  priest 

(York)  Sept.  25,  1748.  C.  of  Famley.   Head  Master  of  Otley 

School,  Yorks.,  1733-65.   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 
KNIGHT,  FRANCIS  (1566),  see  KETT. 

KNIGHT,  GEOFFREY.  B.A.  1479-80.  Of  Norwich  diocese. 
M.A.  1482;  B.D.  1495-6;  D.D.  1500-1.  Fellow  of  Queens'. 
Vice-Chancellor,  1503.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Mar.  25,  1475;  title. 
Hospital  of  St  Giles,  Norwich.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1520;  'of  Nor- 
wich; Pattisley;  Stiffkey,  Norfolk;  and  Bourton,  Gloucs.' 
Benefactor  to  Gonville  Hall,  by  foundation  of  lectureships. 
{Cooper,  I.  23,  525.) 

KNIGHT,  GEORGE.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St  John's,  Lent, 
1597-8. 

KNIGHT,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  24,  1704.  S.  of 
Robert  (1662),  R.  of  Welboum,  Lines.  B.  there.  Matric. 
1704;  B.A.  1707-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  25,  1710-1. 
R.  of  Welbourn,  Lines.,  1714-20.  Died  Sept.  24,  1720. 
{Lines.  Pedigrees,  570.) 

KNIGHT,  GILES.  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1578-9- 

KNIGHT,  HE.   Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1544. 

KNIGHT,  ISAAC.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  31,  1667.  Of 
Witham,  Lines.  S.  of  Isaac,  of  Louth,  Lines.,  Esq.  Matric. 
1667.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Dec.  11,  1669.  Called  to  the  Bar, 
Feb.  II,  1679-80.   Brother  of  Robert  (1662). 

KNIGHT,  ISAAC.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  30, 
1670.  S.  of  Ralph.  B.  at  Langold,  Yorks.  Taught  by  Mr 
Bernard.  Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4;  M.A.  i677-  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (London)  June  6,  1683  (as  M.A.  of  Christ's). 
Of  Langold,  Letwell,  when  he  succeeded  his  father  in  1695. 
Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Robinson,  of  Denston, 
Suffolk.  Died  Sept.  13,  1721.  Buried  at  Firbeck.  (Peile,  11. 
28:  M.  H.  Peacock.) 

KNIGHT,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  23, 
1679.  Of  Derbyshire.  Matric.  1680;  B.A.  1683-4;  M.A.  1687. 
Ord.  priest  (London)  Feb.  24,  1688-9.  Perhaps  V.  of  Brompton 
Regis,  Somerset,  1690-1700. 

KNYGHT,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1550. 

KNIGHT,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1586. 

KNIGHT,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1614;  B.A. 
1618-9;  M.A.  1622.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Dec.  1620.  V.  of 
WiggenhaU  St  Mary  Magdalene,  Norfolk,  1620.  Subscribed 
to  the  new  college  buildings.  One  of  these  names  V.  of 
Brington,  Hunts.,  1626-9.   Died  1629.   {Peile,  i.  299.) 

KNIGHT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Caius,  June  9,  1619.  S.  of 
John,  gent.  Bapt.  at  Winwick,  Northants.,  Sept.  29,  1600. 
Matric.  1620;  Scholar,  1621-5;  B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  25;  priest,  Sept.  26,  1625.  Mandate 
for  M.D.,  1669.  Sergeant-surgeon  to  Charles  II.  Licentiate 
of  Royal  College  of  Physicians,  1675-6.  Principal  surgeon. 
He  made  a  very  extensive  collection  of  Heraldic  MSS.  which 
he  left  to  Caius  College  Library;  also  a  collection  of  prints. 
Buried  r.t  St  Bride's,  London,  Nov.  27,  1680.  Will,  P.C.C, 
1681.   {Venn,  1.  246;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KNIGHT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  16,  1630.  Of 
Salop. 

KNIGHT,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  May 
24,  1666.  S.  of  Sir  Ralph,  Knt,  of  Langold,  Yorks.  Bapt.  at 
Rotherham,  June  21,  1648.  School,  Margaretting,  Essex. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Feb.  24,  1667-8.  Called  to  the 
Bar,  May  20,  1679.  Died  May  6,  1695.  Buried  at  Firbeck. 
M.I.   Brother  of  Isaac  (1670).   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 

KNIGHT,  JOHN.  M.A.  1676  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
William,  of  Staplegrove,  Somerset.  Matric.  from  New  Inn 
Hall,  Oxford,  Apr.  2,  1669,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1673;  M.A. 
1675;  D.D.  1698.  V.  of  Banbury,  Oxon.  R.  of  Tusmore, 
1683.  R.  of  Broughton,  1693-1704.  Licensed  (Faculty  Ofl&ce, 
Feb.  6,  1688-9)  to  marry  Hannah,  dau.  of  John  Fiennes,  Esq., 
of  St  Dunstan's,  London.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  July,  1704.  {Al. 
Oxon.;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KNIGHT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1679.  Of 
Norfolk.  Matric.  1679.  Died  in  College.  Buried  at  St  Benet, 
Cambridge,  Sept.  14,  1679. 

KNIGHT,  JOHN.   M.A.  1682  {Com.  Reg.). 

KNIGHT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  20,  1721. 
Of  Northamptonshire. 

KNIGHT,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  c.  1592. 

KNIGHT,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  July  3,  1639. 
Matric.  1640;  Scholar,  1641. 


Knight,  Thomas 

KNIGHT,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  9,  1673. 
Of  Middlesex.  Matric.  1674.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
Jan.  22,  1673-4.   Of  St  Giles',  Cripplegate,  gent. 

KNIGHT,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  Feb.  3, 
1705-6.   Of  Middlesex.  School,  Eton.   Matric.  1705-6. 

KNIGHT,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1576; 
B.A.  1579-80.   Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  29,  1581. 

KNIGHT,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1584. 

KNIGHT,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1622: 
B.A.  1625-6. 

KNIGHT,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  25,  1626. 
Matric.  1627;  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634.  Licensed  to  practise 
medicine,  1638.  M.D.  1641.  Professor  at  Gresham  College, 
1638-50.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  June  20,  1651;  of  St  Martin 
Outwich,  London.   (Ward's  Gresham.) 

KNIGHT,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  27,  1674. 
Of  Lincolnshire.  Matric.  1674;  B.A.  1677-8;  M.A.  1681. 
Probably  ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  20,  1690. 

KNIGHT  or  KNIGHTS,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at 
Caius,  Apr.  10,  1684.  S.  of  John,  clerk,  of  Gressenhall, 
Norfolk.  B.  there.  Schools,  Scarning  and  Lynn.  Matric. 
1684;  Scholar,  1684-90;  B.A.  1687-8. 

KNIGHT,  ROBERT,  see  Bottisham,  rector  of. 

KNIGHT,  ROBERT.   B.A.  1509-10;  M.A.  1513.   Principal  of  St 

Gregory  Hostel.   Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  15 13.   {Cooper, 

I.  16.) 
KNIGHT,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  June  12,  1662.  S.  of 

Isaac,  Esq.  B.  at  Wyham,  Lines.  Matric.  1662;  B.A.  1665-6; 

M.A.  1669.  Signed  for  priest's  orders  (London)  June  i,  1667. 

R.  of  Bennington,  Lines.,  1667.   R.  of  Welbourn.  Died  Sept. 

18,  1703.   Buried  at  Welbourn.   Brother  of  Isaac  (1667)  and 

father  of  George  (1704).   {Lines.  Pedigrees,  570.) 

KNIGHTS,  ROBERT.   Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  Jan. 

20,  1713-4.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Woodbridge,  Suffolk,  wooUen- 
draper.  School,  Woodbridge.  Matric.  1714.  Of  Charsfleld, 
Suffolk. 

KNIGHT,  SAMUEL.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Mar.  27,  1686.    Of 

Wellingborough,  Northants.    Matric.   1686;  B.A.   1689-90. 

One  of  these  names  signed  as  minister  at  Millbrook,  Beds.,  c, 

1700. 
KNIGHT,  SAMUEL.    Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Apr.  9, 

1696. 
KNIGHT,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  10, 

1697.   S.  of  John,  of  London.    B.  there.   School,  St  Paul's. 

Matric.  1701";  B.A.   1702-3;  M.A.   1706;  D.D.   1717  {Com. 

Reg.).   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1740.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Sept. 

24,  1704.   Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Oxford.    R.  of  Borough 

Green,  Cambs.,  1707-46.  V.  of  Chippenham,  1707.   Preb.  of 

Ely,  1714-46.   R.  of  Bluntisham,  Hunts.,  1714-46.  Chaplain 

to  the  King,  1730-46.  Archdeacon  of  Berks.,  1735-46.  Preb. 

of  Lincoln,  1742-6.  Author,  biographical.  Died  Dec.  9,  1746. 

Buried  in  Bluntisham  Church.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1747.  Father 

of  Samuel  (i735)-    (<?•  Mag.;  D.N.B.) 
KNIGHT,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  June  25, 

1735.  S.  of  Samuel  (above),  D.D.  School,  Ely  (Mr  Gunning). 

Matric.  1735;  Scholar,  1736;  B.A.  1738-9;  M.A.  1742.  Fellow, 

1741.   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1745.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept. 

21,  1740;  priest.  May  29,  1743.  R.  and  V.  of  Fulham, 
Middlesex,  1751-go.  R.  of  Stanwick,  Northants.,  1757-90. 
Purchased  the  manor  of  Milton,  near  Cambridge.  Died  Jan. 
6,  1790.  Buried  at  Milton. 

KNIGHT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  1469.   Of  Edington,  Wilts. 

KNIGHT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1562. 
B.  in  London,  1547.  B.A.  1565-6;  M.A.  from  Pembroke, 
1569.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  1567.  Ord.  priest  (London).  V. 
of  St  Mary,  Ealing,  1582-91.  V.  of  St  Martinin-the-Fields, 
1591-1601.  R.  of  Aspenden,  Herts.,  1601-4.  Buried  at  St 
Martin's,  Oct.  3,  1604.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KNIGHT,  THOMAS.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1563. 

KNIGHT,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1578  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Scholar 
of  Corpus  Christi  College,  Oxford,  1569;  Fellow,  1572;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1573-4;  M.A.  1577;  B.D.  1584.  Perhaps  V.  of 
Wickdyve,  Northants.,  1575.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

KNIGHT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1581; 
Scholar,  1586;  B.A.  (71589-90);  M.A.  1593.  V.  of  Bourn, 
Cambs.,  1593-7.  V.  of  Long  Stanton  All  Saints,  1597.  Buried 
there.  Mar.  11,  1612-3.   {Peile,  1.  167.) 

KNIGHT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Sidney,  Jan.  17,  1617-8;  B.A. 
1621-2;  M.A.  1625;  B.D.  1632.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept. 
18;  priest,  Sept.  19,  1625.  V.  of  Minting,  Lines.,  1631.  V.  of 
Shephall,  Herts.,  1641-60.  Died  1660. 


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Knight,  Thomas 

KNIGHT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent,  1653-4. 

Of  Norfolk.  B.A.  1657-8;  U.A.  1661.  V.  of  St  Mary  Magdalene, 

Wiggenhall,  Norfolk,  1661-96.   Died  there  1696. 
KNIGHT,  THOMAS.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  20,  1685. 

Of  Northamptonshire.    Matric.   1685;  B.A.   1689-90;   M.A. 

1697.  Ord.  priest  (London)  June  11,  1693. 
KNIGHT,  THOMAS.   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Clare,  Oct.  16,  1750. 

B.  at  Horseley,  Wolverley,  Worcs. 
KNIGHT,  WALTER.    Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Jan.  24,  1631-2. 

Matric.  1632;  B.A.  1635-6;  M.A.  1639. 
KNIGHT,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1575; 

B.A.  1579-80.   Ord.  priest  (Pcterb.)  Sept.  5,  1583.    Perhaps 

R.  of  Culford,  Suffolk,  1605.   {Peile,  i.  134.) 

KNIGHT,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1579- 
Of  Derbyshire.  B.A.  1582-3;  M.A.  1586.  Fellow,  1583-95- 
Perhaps  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1603.  R.  of  Barley,  Herts., 
1588-98.  R.  of  Little  Gransden,Canibs.,  1598-1623.  Author, 
theological.  Buried  at  Little  Gransden,  Nov.  25,  1623.  Will, 
P.C.C.   {D.N.B.;  Peile,  1.  154;  Cooper,  in.  16,  99.) 

KNIGHT  or  KNIGHTS,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's, 
c.  1593;  B..-\.  1595-6;  M.A.  1599.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest 
(Norwich)  Sept.  29,  1604,  age  30.   R.  of  Hinderclay,  Norfolk. 

KNIGHT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  31, 
1626-7.  ist  s.  of  William,  of  St  Olave,  Southwark,  and 
Elizabeth,  widow  of  Rev.  Thomas  Stoughton  (1576-7). 
Matric.  1626-7;  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634.  Went  to  New 
England,  1637,  where  he  settled  at  Ipswich,  Mass.,  and  was 
for  some  years  a  preacher.  Returned  to  England,  1643,  with 
his  half-brother  Col.  Israel  Stoughton.  Presented  by  Oliver 
Cromwell  to  St  Matthew's,  Ipswich,  July  11,  1655.  C.  of 
St  Mary-at-Elms.  Afterwards  conformed.  Ord.  priest 
(Bishop  Brownrigg,  of  Exeter)  .\ug.  8,  1659,  and  held  his 
livings  till  his  death.  Buried  at  St  Marj'-at-Elms,  Jan.  6, 
1694-5.   Father  of  the  next.   (FW<,  281;  J.  G.  Bartlett.) 

KNIGHT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  Apr. 
18,  1656.  S.  of  WiUiam  (above),  from  New  England.  B.A. 
1659;  M.A.  1663.  V.  of  Eastwood,  Essex,  1668-73.  V.  of 
Stotfold,  Beds.,  1676-81.   Father  of  the  next. 

KNIGHT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1695.  Of 
Bedfordshire.  S.  of  William  (above).  Bapt.  at  Stotfold, 
Nov.  4,  1677.  Matric.  1695;  B.A.  1698-9. 

KNIGHT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1703.  S.  of  Bezaliol.  B.  in  St  Clement  Danes,  London. 
Matric.  Easter,  1704;  B.A.  1707-8;  M.A.  1711.  Fellow,  1706. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1730.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  23, 
1711.  Minor  canon  of  York.  Died  Sept.  1739;  'chanter  of 
York.'    (Musgrave.) 

KNIGHT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  29, 
1715.  2nd  s.  of  John,  deceased,  of  Cottingham,  Northants. 
B.  there.  Schools,  Harborough,  Leics.  and  Uppingham. 
Matric.  1715;  B.A.  1718-9;  M.A.  1727.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Mar.  13,  1719-20;  priest,  Sept.  23,  1722.  C.  of  Warkton, 
Northants.,  1719;  of  Broughton,  1722.  R.  of  Thorpe  Malsor, 
1726-35.  V.  of  Moulton,  1730-5.  Buried  at  Thorpe  Malsor, 
Oct.  8,  1735.   (H.  I.  Longden.) 

KNIGHT, .   Incorp.  from  Oxford,  1482-3.  Perhaps  Robert, 

R.  of  Croxton,  Cambs.,  1481. 


KNIGHT, 
KNIGHT, 


B.A.  1510-1. 

Scholar  of  Sidney,  Easter,  i6or. 


KNIGHT, .   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity,  1655. 

KNIGHTBRIDGE,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's, 
Nov.  4,  1697.  S.  of  John,  registrar.  B.  at  Chelmsford. 
School,  Chelmsford  (Mr  Noon).   Matric.  1697. 

KNIGHTBRIDGE,  JOHN.  University  Counsel,  1638-40.  S.  of 
George,  of  Chelmsford.  Attorney  of  the  Common  Pleas,  1634. 
Died  May  12,  1640.  Will,  P.C.C.  Father  of  the  next.  {Vis. 
of  Essex,  1634;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

KNIGHTBRIDGE,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Peterhouse,  May  3,  1645, 
as  B.A.  of  Oxford.  4th  s.  of  John  (above).  Matric.  from 
Wadham College,  Oxford,  Dec.  8,  1637,  age  17;  Scholar,  1639; 
B.A.  (Oxford)  1641;  M.A.  (Cambridge)  1645;  B.D.  1655; 
D.D.  1673.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1645-59.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1669.  Lecturer  at  St  Nicholas,  Newcastle,  1657, 
1660.  R.  of  Holy  Trinity,  Dorchester,  1663-70.  R.  of 
Spofforth,  Yorks.  Died  in  London,  Dec.  1679.  Benefactor 
to  the  University  by  the  foundation  of  the  Knightbridge 
Professorship  of  Moral  Theology.  Also  benefactor  to  Wadham 
College,  and  gave  a  library  for  the  use  of  the  clergy  of  Chelms- 
ford.  (D.N.B.;  T.  A.  Walker;  Vis.  of  Essex,  1634.) 

KNIGHTLEY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's, 
May  25,  1636.  5th  s.  of  Robert  (1605),  of  Cottesbrooke, 
Northants.  B.  at  Carlton,  Northants.  (mother's  home). 
School,  Everton  (Mr  Marris).  B.A.  1639-40;  M.A.  1643. 
Fellow,  1642-4.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  8,  1642;  priest. 


Knill,  Richard 

May  28,  1643.  R.  of  Thorpe  .^church,  Northants.,  1643-85. 
Chaplain  to  Lady  Rockingham.  R.  of  East  Carlton,  North- 
ants., 1674-9.  Buried  at  Thorpe  Achurch,  Mar.  28,  1685, 
aged  65.  M.I.  (H.  I.  Longden;  Northants.  Families.) 
KNIGHTLEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1571. 
Probably  ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  29,  1575,  as  'of  Trinity 
College,  aged  24';  priest,  Dec.  21,  1576.  V.  of  Guilden 
Morden,  Cambs.,  1575-1618.  Perhaps  R.  of  Quendon,  Essex, 
1581-2,  as  M.A.   Died  Oct.  23,  1618. 

KNIGHTLEY,  MATTHEW.  B.A.  1498-9;  M.A.  1502-3.  Prob- 
ably s.  of  John,  of  Norfolk.  Perhaps  R.  of  Foulmere,  Cambs., 
1517-61.  Buried  at  Cossington,  Leics.  {Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  1, 
97,  where  he  is  called  D.D.) 

KNYGHTLEY,  MATTHEW.  Studied  at  Oxford  and  Cambridge. 
B.Civ.L.  (Oxford)  1510.   Perhaps  the  same  as  the  above. 

KNIGHTLY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke, 
June  2,  1710.  2nd  s.  of  Richard,  of  London,  gent.,  and  after- 
wards of  Fawsley,  Northants.  Matric.  1710;  B.A.  1713-4. 
Of  Newport  Pond,  Essex,  clerk.  Said  to  have  died  there 
Feb.  4,  1767,  aged  '80.'  WUl  (P.C.C.)  1778.  {Misc.  Gen.  et 
Her.,  1.  131;  Baker's  Northants.,  i.  383;  Northants.  Families, 
192.) 

KNIGHTLEY,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1605.  9th  s.  of  Sir  Richard,  of  Fawsley,  Northants.,  Knt. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  12,  1607.  Of  Cottesbrooke,  Esq. 
Married  Bridget,  dau.  of  Thos.  Palmer,  of  Carlton.  Father 
of  Edward  (1636).   {Baker,  i.  382.) 

KNIGHTLEY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  11, 1668. 

Of  Northamptonshire. 

KNIGHTLEY,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Lent,  1637-8.  Of  Leicestershire.  B..\.  1641-2.  Ord.  deacon 
and  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  9,  1645.  Perhaps  V.  of  Glen 
Magna,  Leics.,  1687.  Admon.  (Leicester)  1690. 

KNIGHTLEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  June 
28,  1693.  5th,  but  eldest  surviving  s.  of  Richard,  R.  of 
Charwelton,  Northants.  B.  there.  School,  Westminster. 
Matric.  1694;  Scholar,  1694;  B.A.  1 696-7;  M.A,  1700.  Ord. 
priest  (Peterb.)  Dec.  19,  1699.  R.  of  Byfleld,  Northants., 
1697-1721.  Buried  there  Sept.  16,  1721.  Will  (Archd. 
Northants.)  1722. 

KNIGHTON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  7,  1668. 

KNIGHTON,  GODDARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  Feb.  25,  1689- 
90.  1st  s.  of  John,  R.  of  Holyivell,  Hunts.  School,  Eton. 
Matric.  1690;  B.A.  1693-4;  M.A.  1697.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
May  19,  1695;  priest,  Sept.  20, 1696.  C.  of  Holywell.  Goddard 
Pemberton,  his  godfather,  of  Higham  Ferrers,  left  him  £5  in 
1690.   Brother  of  the  next. 

KNIGHTON,  JOHN.  .A.dm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  8, 
1686.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Higham  Ferrers,  Northants.  Schools, 
Felsted  (Mr  Glascock)  and  Huntingdon  (Mr  Matthews). 
Matric.  i685.  (The  father  was  V.  of  Higham  Ferrers,  1663- 
76.  V.  of  Kimbolton,  1676.  R.  of  Holywell,  i68i.)  Brother 
of  Goddard.    {Peile,  11.  102;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

KNIGHTON,  RICHARD.   Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  July  21,  1606. 

KNYGHTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Aug.  25, 
1582.  Matric.  1582;  B.A.  1585-6.  Probably  P.C.  of  Heming- 
brough,  Yorks.,  1586-1602. 

KNIGHTS,  see  also  KNIGHT. 

KNIGHTS,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Mar.  24, 
1718-9.  S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Norwich.  B.  there.  School, 
Norwich  (Mr  Pate  and  Mr  Redington).  Matric.  1719;  Scholar, 
1719-25;  B.A.  1722-3.  Subscribed  for  deacon's  orders 
(Norwich)  Sept.  20,  1724;  for  priest's,  Sept.  19,  1725,  as  C. 
of  Edgefield,  Norfolk.   {Venn,  11.  11.) 

KNIGHTS  or  KNIGHT,  FRANCIS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's, 

1593-4;  B.A.  1597-8;  yi..\.  1601.   Perhaps  R.  of  'Brundon,' 

Suffolk,   1601-3.    ('Bnmdon'  is  probably  Ballingdon-c«»i- 

Brundon.)   Died  c.  1603.   {Peile,  1.  212.) 
KNIGHTS,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  31,  1645.    Had 

resided  one  year  at  St  Edmund  Hall,  Oxford.    Of  Norfolk. 

Matric.  1645;  Scholar,  1647;  B.A.  1648-9,  as  Knight;  M.A. 

1652. 
KNIGHTS  or  KNIGHT,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens', 

Easter,  1605.   Of  Suffolk.   B..\.  1608-9;  M.A.  1612. 
KNIGHTS,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  19, 

1667.    S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Denny  Abbey,  Cambs.  (and 

grandson  of  Thomas  Hobson).  B.  there.  School,  Impington. 

Matric.  1667.   {Venn,  i.  431.) 
KNIGHTSMITH,  RICHARD.   Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec. 

1567. 
KNILL,  RICHARD.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  11,  1597. 

Matric,   1597;  B.A.  (?  1599-1600);  M.A.  from  Clare,  1603. 

Probably  R.  of  Upton  Pyne,  Devon.  Will  (Exeter)  1636. 


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Knipe,  John 

KNIPE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  i8)  at  Caius,  June  22,  1736. 

S.  of  John,  cutler,  of  Yarmouth.  B.  there.  School,  Yarmouth 

(Mr  Pitcaim  and  Mr  Mingay).    Scholar,   1736-40;  Matric. 

1737;  B.A.  1739-40.   Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  June  i;  priest, 

Sept.  21,  1740.    C.  of  Bramerton  and  Rockland,  Norfolk, 

1744-84.  V.  of  Hindolveston,  1749-79.  V.  of  Guist,  1755-84. 

R.  of  Swainsthorpe,  1778-82.  Died  Mar.  12,  1784.  {Venn,  11. 

42;  G.  Mag.) 
KNIPE,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  June  11,  1739.    B.  at 

Grantham.    School,  Oakham.    Matric.   1739;  B..A.  1742-3. 

Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  1744-5.    One  of  these  names 

R.  of  Eastwell,  Leics.,  1757. 

KNIPE,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1729.  S.  of 
Richard,  of  Westminster,  clerk.  Matric.  from  Christ  Church, 
O.xford,  June  8,  1716,  age  19;  B..-\.  (Oxford)  1720.  Probably 
V.  of  Maldon,  Essex.  Died  Feb.  16,  1749.  .'Vdmon.  (P.C.C.) 
Mar.  29,  1749.   (At.  Oxon.;  J.  Ch.  Smith;  G.  Mag.) 

KNIPE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Sept.  13, 
1664.  S.  and  h.  of  William,  gent,  of  Broughton-in-Cartmel, 
Lanes.  B.  there.  Bapt.  there,  Mar.  22,  1645-6.  School, 
Cartmel  (Mr  Inman).   Matric.  1664.   {Vis.  of  Lanes.,  1664.) 

KNIPE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  iS)  at  Caius,  c.  May,  1725. 
S.  of  Edmund,  gent.,  of  Tacolnestone,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
Schools,  Norwich  (private)  and  Wymondham  (Mr  Sayer  and 
Mr  Brett).  Matric.  1725;  Scholar,  1725-32.  .\dm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  July  5,  1725.  Called  to  the  Bar,  June  i8, 
1731.   Died  Dec.  3,  1760.   M.I.  at  Tacolnestone.   {Venn,  u. 

23-) 

KNOCKALLS  or  NOCKALLS,  RICHARD.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17) 

at  St  John's,  Apr.  27,  1704.   S.  of  Thomas,  deceased.   B.  at 

Beverley,  Yorks.    School,  Beverley  (Mr  Lambert).    Matric. 

1704;  B.A.  1707-8;  M.A.  1746.    Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept. 

1710;  priest,  1711.  V.  of  HoUym,  Yorks.,  1718. 
KNOTT,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  20,  161 1-2. 

Matric.  1612;  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1615-6.    Ord.  deacon 

(Peterb.)  May  23;  priest.  May  24,   1619.    C.  of  Stretford, 

Lanes.,  in  1622.    R.  of  Tattenhall,  Cheshire,  1625-e.  1634. 

C.  of  Wigan,  Lanes.,  c.  1636.   R.  of  Mottram,  Cheshire,  1637. 

V.  of  Bolton-le-Sands,   Lanes.,  c.   1639.    Admon.   (.Archd. 

Richmond)  1640.    (E.  .\xon.) 
KNOTT,  JOHN.   Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1568. 
KNOTT,  JOHN,   Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1573. 
KNOTT,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Lent,  1620-1. 
KNOWES,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  Mar.  24,  1605-6. 
KNOWLER,  GILBERT.    Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,   1748.    Of 

Kent.    Probably  s.   of  Gilbert,   druggist,  of  Fleet  Street, 

London,  afterwards  of  Heme,  Kent.   Married  Barbara,  dau. 

of  William  Presgrave,  1754.  Of  Canterbury,  Esq.  (Hasted,  in. 

618.) 
KNOWLER,  RICHARD.  Said  to  have  been  M.A.  of  Pembroke. 

S.  of  Robert,  of  Heme,  Kent.   Died  1659,  aged  59.   (Hasted, 

III.  618.) 
KNOWLER,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 

June  23,  1665.   S.  of  George,  yeoman,  of  Hoath,  Kent.   B. 

there.    School,  Canterbury  (Mr  Paris).    Matric.  1665;  B.A. 

1668-9. 
KNOWLER,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 

May  3,  1717.   S.  of  Gilbert,  Esq.,  of  Stroud  House,  Heme, 

Kent.  B.  at  Heme.  School,  Canterbury  (Mr  Smith).  Matric. 

1717;  B.A.  1720-1;  M.A.  1724;  LL.D.  1728  (Com.  Reg.).  Ord. 

deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  23,  1722;  priest  (York)  June  9,  1723. 

Chaplain  to  Lord  Malton,  afterwards  Marquis  of  Rockingham. 

R.  of  Irthlingborough  .All  Saints',  Northants.,  1725-36.  V.  of 

Hutton     Buscel,     Yorlis.,     1736-40.     R.    of    Boddington, 

Northants.,  1740-74.   Married  Mar>',  dau.  of  Darcy  DaJton, 

R.  of  .\ston,  Yorks.    Buried  at  Boddington,  Jan.  26,  1774. 

Will,  P.C.C.   (ScoU-Mayor,  iii.  310;  D.N.B.) 
KNOWLES,  ALEXANDER.   Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar 

from  Eton,  1475.   Of  Lulworth,  Dorset.   B..A.  1478-9.   Left 

as  fellow. 

KNOWLES,  ANTHONY.    Adm.  sizar  (age   19)  at  St  John's, 

June  5,  1646.   S.  of  Stephen,  of  Burton-in-Lonsdale,  Yorks. 

B.   there.    School,   Kirkby   Lonsdale   (Mr  Tatham).    B.A. 

1649-50. 
KNOWLES,  CHENEY.    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  July  21, 

1647.   Of  Lincolnshire.  B..\.  1651-2;  M.A.  1655. 
KNOWLES,   CHRISTOPHER.     Matric.    pens,   from   Nicholas 

Hostel,  Easter,  1556.    Doubtless  of  Aylsham,  Norfolk;  and 

father  of  Miles  (1603),  etc. 
KNOWLES  or  KNOLLES,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity, 

Michs.  1581 ;  B.A.  1585-6.  V.  of  Bardney,  Lines.,  1593-1619. 

KNOLLYS,  Sir  FRANCIS.  M.A.  1564  (on  Queen's  visit).  S.  of 
Robert,  of  Rotherfield  Greys,  Oxon.  Perhaps  educated  at 
Magdalen  College,  Oxford  (see  Wood,  Athenae  Oxon.).  M.P. 
for  Horsham,   1544;  for  Arundel,   1559;  for  Co.  Oxford, 


Knowles,  Nathaniel 

1562-7,  1571,  1572-83,  1584-7,  1588-9,  1593.  Knighted, 
Sept.  28,  1547.  Withdrew  to  Germany  on  Queen  Mary's 
Accession,  1553.  Privy  Councillor,  1558.  Vice-Chamber- 
lain of  the  Household,  1559-72.  Governor  of  Portsmouth, 
1563.  In  charge  of  the  fugitive  Queen  of  Scots,  1568-9. 
Treasurer  of  the  Household,  1572-96.  K.G.,  1593.  A  con- 
sistent supporter  of  the  Puritans.  Died  July  19,  1596. 
Buried  at  Rotherfield  Greys.  Will,  P.C.C.  (Cooper,  11.  209; 
D.N.B.) 

KNOLLYS,  HANSARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1629.  (?  S.  of  Richard  (1581).)  B.  at  CawkweU, 
Lines.,  c.  1599.  School,  Gt  Grimsby.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
June  29;  priest,  June  30,  1629,  as  literate.  V.  of  Humberston, 
Lines.,  1631-4.  Master  of  Gainsborough  Grammar  School. 
Became  a  separatist  and  renounced  his  orders,  1636.  Went 
to  New  England,  c.  1638.  Preached  at  Dover,  New  Hants., 
1638-41;  forced  to  retire  owing  to  the  appearance  of  a  rival 
minister,  the  Rev.  Thomas  Larcome  (1619),  of  Trinity.  Re- 
turned to  England  and  served  as  an  army  chaplain  under 
CromweU,  1641,  and  eventually  ministered  as  a  Baptist  in 
London,  1645-91.  Author,  religious  works.  Died  Sept.  19, 
1691,  aged  92.  Buried  in  Bunhill  Fields.  (Felt,  448,  453; 
J.  G.  Bartlett;  D.N.B.) 

KNOWLES  or  KNOLLIS,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse, 
.Aug.  7,  1628.  Of  Middlesex.  S.  of  Sir  Henry,  Comptroller  of 
the  Royal  Household.  B.  c.  1611.  Matric.  1628;  B.A.  1631. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  i,  1630-1;  and  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  163 1.  Knighted,  Apr.  21,  1633.  Clerk  comptroller 
of  the  Household.  Died  Nov.  9,  1638.  Brother  of  Thomas 
(1628).    (A.  B.  Beaven.) 

KNOWLES,  JAMES.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
Oct.  I,  1630.  Of  Fordingbridge,  Hants.  Matric.  1631;  B.A. 
1633-4;  M..A.  1637.   Fellow,  1633-44.   Died  1644. 

KNOWLES,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1569. 

KNOWLES,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Apr.  25,  1593. 
Eldest  s.  of  Christopher,  gent.,  of  Spro\vston,  Norfolk. 
School,  Wood  Dawling  (Mr  Lewger).  Ord.  deacon  and  priest 
(Lincoln)  .Apr.  26,  1603.  C.  of  Wetherden,  Suffolk.  Perhaps 
V.  of  Earlham,  Norfolk,  1606-8;  C.  of  HUdersham,  1608;  R. 
of  BeechamweU,  1611-45;  of  Brampton,  1617.  Brother  of 
Thomas  (1597)  and  Miles  (1603).   (Venn,  1.  148.) 

KNOWLES,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1616. 
Of  Cambridgeshire. 

KNOWLES,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1620.  Of  Lincolnshire.  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  Fellow  of 
St  Catharine's,  1627.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  18,  1626-7; 
priest,  Oct.  3,  1627.  Lecturer  at  Colchester,  1635-7.  Went 
to  New  England,  1639.  Admitted  to  the  Boston  Church, 
Aug.  15,  1639.  Ordained  as  assistant  pastor  to  Rev.  George 
Philips  (Caius  College)  at  Watertown,  Mass.,  Dec.  9,  1640. 
One  of  a  party  of  three  New  England  ministers  sent  as 
missionaries  to  Virginia,  1642-3;  resumed  his  pastorate  in 
Watertown,  1643-51.  Returned  to  England,  1651.  Lecturer 
at  Bristol  Cathedral,  1653-8.  Silenced  by  the  Act  of  Uni- 
formity, 1662.  Presbyterian  minister  in  London,  and  a 
colleague  of  Rev.  Thomas  Kentish,  1672.  Offered  the 
presidency  of  Harvard  College,  but  declined,  1672.  Married, 
in  New  England,  c.  1640,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Thomas  Willis, 
a  graduate  of  Oxford,  then  temporarily  of  Lynn,  Mass.  Died 
Apr.  10,  1685.   (D.N.B.;  Calamy,  11.  349;  J.  G.  Bartlett.) 

KNOLLES,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1636;  B.A.  1639- 
40.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  20,  1640;  priest,  Feb.  25, 
1642-3,  age  24;  C.  of  Wood  DaUing,  Norfolk. 

KNOLLES,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  June  15, 
1666.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Chester.  School,  Chester  (Mr 
Liptrot).  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1669-70.  Ord.  deacon  (Gloucester) 
Feb.  27,  1669-70;  priest  (Ely)  Mar.  1670-71;  having  been 
chosen  minister  of  Stony  Stratford.  P.C.  of  Bidston,  Cheshire, 
1673.  V.  of  Helpston  (a  Christ's  living),  1675-82.  (Peile, 
II.  5;  E.  Axon.) 

KNOWLES,  MATTHEW.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July, 
1729.  Adm.  scholar.  May  28,  1729;  B..\.  1732-3;  M.A.  1741- 
Probably  ord.  deacon  (Lincoln,  Lilt.  dim.  from  Canterbury) 
Feb.  18,  1732-3;  priest  (Litt.  dim.  from  York)  May,  1737. 
C.  of  Bumsall,  Yorks.,  1737;  and  Master  of  the  Grammar 
School,  1746.  P.C.  of  Rawdon,  1746.  R.  of  second  mediety 
of  Bumsall  St  Wilfred,  1754-76.  Died  1776.  Buried  at 
Bumsall,  Nov.  20,  1776. 

KNOLLES,  MILES.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Mar.  28, 
1603.  Of  Norwich.  5th  s.  of  Christopher  (1556),  of  Aylsham, 
Norfolk.  LL.B.  1610.  Fellow,  1610-7.  Taxor,  1610.  V.  of 
Wood  DaUing,  and  Swannington,  Norfolk,  1616-28.  Brother 
of  John  (1593)  and  Thomais  (i597)- 

KNOWLES,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  4, 
1709.  Of  Northamptonshire.  Matric.  1709;  B.A.  1712-3; 
M.A.  1720.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  11,  1715;  C.  of  Earls 
Barton,  Northants.;  priest  (Lincoln)  July  14,  1717.  Perhaps 
V.  of  Syston,  Lines.,  1717. 


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Knowles,  Ralph 

KNOLLIS,  RALPH.  Student  of  Civil  Law,  in  1434.  Perhaps 
preb.  of  Lincoln;  died  145 1. 

KNOWLES,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1581.  Migrated  to  Peterhouse,  Dec.  i,  1582.  B.A.  1585-6. 
Probably  C.  of  Leverton,  Lines.,  159 1-3.  V.  of  Grimsby, 
1593-1637?.  V.  of  Mentmore,  Bucks.,  1597.  V.  of  Cawkwell, 
Linos.,  1608-14.   Perhaps  father  of  Hansard  (1629). 

KNOLLYS,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Magdalene, 
July  8,  1657.  S.  of  Zachariah,  of  Fulletby.  School,  Horn- 
castle.   Matric.  1657;  B.A.  1660-1. 

KNOWLES,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  12, 
1687.  Of  Northamptonshire.  Matric.  1690;  B.A.  1691-2. 
Probably  's.  of  Elizabeth,  widow;  b.  at  Peterborough;  aged 
6,'  when  adm.  at  Oundle  School,  June  4,  1678.  Perhaps  ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  May  22,  1692;  priest,  June  10,  1693.  V.  of 
Brigstock,  Northants.,  1699-1705.  R.  of  Hougham,  Lines., 
1704. 

KNOWLES,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  4,  1709. 
Of  Northamptonshire.  Matric.  1709;  B.A.  :7i2-3;  M.A. 
1716.  R.  of  Tinwell,  Rutland,  1717-54.  Buried  there  Jan.  19, 
1754.    Father  of  the  next. 

KNOWLES,  RICHARD  ARTHUR.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sx 
John's,  May  26,  1741.  S.  of  Richard  (above),  R.  of  Tinwell, 
Rutland.  B.  there.  School,  Peterborough.  Matric.  1742; 
B.A.  1744-5;  M.A.  1786.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  25, 
1746;  priest  (Peterb.)  May  21,  1749.  R.  of  St  George  and 
St  Paul,  Stamford,  1753-86.  V.  of  Thurlby,  Lines.,  1755- 
R.  of  Tinwell,  Rutland,  1786-96.  Chaplain  to  the  Bishop  of 
Lichfield.  Died  Dec.  19,  1796.  Buried  at  Tinwell.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1797.    {ScoU-Mayor,  iii.  518.) 

KNOLLES,  ROBERT.   M.A.  1641-2. 

KNOWLES,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  19,  1679.  Of 
Lancashire.  Matric.  1679;  B.A.  1682-3.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Mar.  1682-3:  priest,  June  11,  1693. 

KNOWLES,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  5, 
1597.  S.  of  Christopher,  gent.,  of  Sprowston,  Norfolk. 
School,  Norwich  (Mr  Limberd).  Scholar,  1597-1604;  B.A. 
1600-1;  M.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1604.  Schoolmaster  at 
Aylsham  in  1617  and  1627.  Brother  of  John  (1593)  and  Miles 
(1603). 

KNOWLES  or  KNOLLIS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse, 
Aug.  7,  1628.  Of  Middlesex.  S.  of  Sir  Henry,  Comptroller  of 
the  Royal  Household.  Matric.  1628;  B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635. 
Fellow  (by  Royal  Mandate),  1634-6.  Adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  Nov.  1635.  Brother  of  Henry  (1628).  (T.  A. 
Walker.) 

KNOWLES,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Pembroke,  July  27,  1659. 
Died  in  College.  Buried  at  St  Mary-the-Less,  Cambridge, 
Mar.  17,  1661.   (E.  Anglian,  11.  14.) 

KNOWLES,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Pembroke,  July 
6,  1739.  S.  of  John,  of  Ely  (verger  and  master  of  the  works 
of  the  Cathedral).  B.  there.  School,  Ely.  Matric.  1739;  B.A. 
1743-4;  M..^.  1747;  D.D.  (Lambeth)  1753.  Fellow,  1749. 
Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  May,  1746;  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  1748. 
R.  of  Ickworth,  Suffolk,  1748.  R.  of  Chedburgh,  1749-1802. 
Chaplain  to  Lady  Hervey,  of  Ickworth.  R.  of  Teversham, 
Cambs.,  1752-61.  Lecturer  of  St  Mary's,  Bury,  1771-1802. 
Preb.  of  Ely,  1779-1802.  V.  of  Winston,  Suffolk,  1791. 
Author,  controversial  and  religious  works.  Died  Oct.  6,  1802. 
Buried  at  Chedburgh.   (D.N.B.;  CoU  MS.,  5874,  16.) 

KNOLLES,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1588. 

KNOWLES,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Sidney,  May  20, 
1720.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Wigan,  Lanes.  School,  Wigan. 
Matric.  1720;  B.A.  1723-4;  M.A.  1742.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Dec.  20,  1724.  One  of  the  King's  preachers.  V.  of  Langho, 
Lanes.,  1724-46.  V.  of  Ormskirk,  1727-79.  Buried  there 
Dec.  31,  1779.   (J.  Parker.) 

KNOWLES,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  King's,  1722.  B.A.  (Trinity 
College,  Dublin). 

KNOWLES,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Sept.  27,  1742. 

Of  Bury,  SuSolk.    S.  of  ,  clerk,  deceased  (and  Ursula 

Knowles,    widow).     School,    Bury.     Matric.    1742;    Rustat 
Scholar,  1742. 

KNOWLTON,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
May  16,  1744.  S.  of  Thomas,  gardener,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at 
Londesborough.  School,  Coxwold  (Mr  Midgley).  Matric. 
1744;  B.A.  1747-8;  M.A.  1751.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  23, 
1750;  priest,  Sept.  24,  1752-  R-  of  Keighley,  Yorks.,  i753- 
1814.   Died  Jan.  26,  1814.   [Scott-Mayor,  iii.  542.) 

KNOWSLEY,  ARISTOTELES.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Michs.  1569;  B.A.  1573-4;  M.A.  1577-  Schoolmaster  at 
Berwick-on-Tweed.  Married,  at  Conisclifie,  Jan.  9,  1591-2, 
Anna  Barnes.  Buried  at  Berwick-on-Tweed,  Oct.  17,  1628. 
Father  of  John  (1610-1).   (H.  M.  Wood.) 


Kyme,  Philip 

KNOWSLEY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
June  II,  1686.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.  B.  at  Burton  Fleming, 
Yorks.  School,  Beverley  (Mr  Lambert).  Matric.  1686;  B.A. 
1689-90. 

KNOWSLEY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  4,  1738.  S.  of  Edward,  gent.,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at 
Brandesburton.  School,  Beverley  (Mr  Clarke).  Matric.  1738; 
B.A.  1741-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely,  Litt.  dim.  from  York)  Dec. 
1746;  priest  (York)  Sept.  25,  1748.  V.  of  Kirby  Grindalythe, 
Yorks.,  1752-3.  Perhaps  R.  of  Musgrave,  Westmorland, 
1756-75.    (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  492.) 

KNOWESLEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Mar.  1610-1. 
S.  of  Aristotle  (1569),  schoolmaster.  Bapt.  at  Berwick-on- 
Tweed,  Oct.  II,  1593.  B.A.  16x3-4;  M.A.  1617;  B.D.  1627. 
FeUow,  1616-26.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  July  11,  1622.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (London)  Dec.  1616.  R.  of  Tansor, 
Northants.,  1625-71.  R.  of  Ingoldsby,  Lines.,  1634.  Died 
May,  1671.  Benefactor  to  Christ's.  (Peile,  i.  281;  H.  M. 
Wood;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

KNOWSLEY,  JOHN.  .\dm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Oct.  1678. 
S.  of  John.  B.  at  Scarborough.  School,  Thornton  Dale, 
Pickering,  Yorks.  (Mr  Parkes).  Matric.  1679;  B.A.  1682-3; 
M.A.  1686.    {Peile,  11.  70.) 

KNOWSLEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Jan.  26, 
1732-3.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at  Coatham. 
School,  Sherbiun  (Mr  Lowther).  Matric.  1733;  B..\.  1736-7; 
M.A.  1742.  Ord.  deacon  (Carlisle)  Feb.  26,  1737-8;  priest 
{Litt.  dim.  from  York)  June,  1739.  V.  of  Rudston,  Yorks., 
1743-51.  V.  of  Boynton  and  Camaby,  1751-76.  {Scott- 
Mayor,  HI.  446.) 

KNOX,  ELEAZAR.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1572. 
2nd  s.  of  John  Knox,  the  reformer.  B.A.  1577-8;  M.A.  1581; 
B.D.  1587.  Fellow,  1580.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1586.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  21,  1586.  University 
preacher,  1587.  V.  of  Gt  Clacton,  Essex,  1587-91.  Died 
Whitsun  eve.  Buried  in  the  College  Chapel,  1591.  Brother 
of  the  next.    {Cooper,  11.  103.) 

KNOX,  NATHANIEL.  B.A.  1576-7.  S.  of  John  Knox,  the 
Scotch  reformer.  B.  at  Geneva.  Bapt.  there,  May  23,  1557. 
M.A.  1580.  Fellow  of  St  John's,  1577.  Died  1580.  Buried 
at  Cambridge,  May  28,  1580.  Brother  of  the  above.  {Cooper, 
I.  430,  568.) 

KNUTTON,  EMANUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Lent, 
1626-7;  B.A.  1630-1.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  22;  priest. 
May  23,  1630.  V.  of  Ecclesfield,  Yorks.,  1643-55.  Buried 
Nov.  28,  1655. 

KNYFTON  or  KNIFTON,  CHARLES.  Matric.  pens,  from  Mag- 
dalene, Lent,  1597-8. 

KNYFTON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  May 
1,  1742.  Of  Somerset.  School,  Beverley,  Yorks.  Matric. 
1743;  B.A.  1745-6. 

KNIFTON,  ROLLESLEY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Lent, 
1597-8.  S.  of  Sir  William,  of  Mercaston,  Derbs.,  Bart.,  and 
Matilda  RoUesley.  Bapt.  at  Darley,  Derbs.,  May  8,  1584. 
(Burke,  Ext.  Bart.;  Jewitfs  Reliq.,  x.  168.) 

KNYVET,  see  KNEVET. 

KNYVETON,  HENRY  (1385),  see  KENYNTON. 

KNYVETON,  JAMES.  B.A.  1517-8. 

KNYFTON,  {major).    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May, 

1544- 

KNYFTON, {minor).    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May, 

1544- 

KNYSTON  (KNYVETON),  MATTHEW.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  16) 
a  scholar  from  Eton,  1454.  Of  Ashoo,  Warws.  B.A.  (?);  M.A. 
1462.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  22,  1459  (Knyveton);  priest, 
Mar.  8,  1459-60.   Probably  R.  of  Widdial,  Herts.,  1481-3. 

KRANARD,  ROGER.   B.Can.L.  1455-6. 

KRUKER, .  B.A.  1499. 

KUERDEN,  RICHARD,  see  JACKSON  (1644-5)- 

KURTON, .   B.A.  1514-5. 

KUSTER,  LUDOLPHUS.   LL.D.  1705  {Com.  Reg.]. 

KYBARD,  HENRY,  .^dm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1621.  Of  Norfolk. 
B.A.  1629-30;  M.A.  1633.  Probably  will  (P.C.C.)  1652;  of 
St  Dunstan-in-the-East,  London,  clerk. 

KYFFIN,  see  KIFFIN. 

KYGHLEY,  see  KIGHLY. 

KYKELEY,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Oct.  1567. 

KYKELY,  W.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Oct.  1567. 

KYME,  JOHN.   FeUow  of  Pembroke,  1427. 

KYME  or  KIME,  PHILIP.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1613.   Of  Nottinghamshire.   B.A.  1616-7. 

KYM, .  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1468-9. 


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Kymer,  William 

KYMER  or  KEYMER,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's, 
Easter,  1739;  B.A.  1742-3. 

KYNASTON,  see  KINASTON. 

KYNDER,  see  KINDER. 

KYNDLEMARCHE,  ANDREW.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity, 
Michs.  1571.  One  Andrew  Kyllymershe,  clerk,  held  the  glebe 
of  Gosbeck,  Suffolk,  1609.   (V.  B.  Redstone.) 

KYNNE,  JOHN.  M.A.  Third  Master  of  Corpus  Christi,  1377- 
Probably  of  Norwich  diocese.  Resigned  or  died,  c.  1389.  A 
very  vigorous  Master.  Gave  a  bible  for  the  College  hall. 
{Masters;  H.  P.  Stokes,  History.) 


Lacy,  William 

KYNNE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Oct.  3,  1579. 
Matric.  1579-80;  Fell.-Com.  1584.  One  of  these  names  V.  of 
Eltisley,  Cambs.,  1568.   (T.  A.  Walker.) 

KYNNE, .   B.Civ.L.  1469-70. 

KYNNESMAN,  see  KINNESMAN. 

KYPACE,  RICHARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1568. 
KYRRE,  see  KERRY. 
KYTILTON, .  M.A.  1490-1.  Perhaps  KETTLETON,  whom 


LABOURNE,  see  LAYBOURNE. 

LABRUM  or  LABURN,  .   Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1515. 

Died  1516-7. 

LA  CAUX,  PAUL  MICHAEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  9, 
1730.  S.  of  Paul  Louis  Lacaux,  merchant,  of  Westminster. 
B.  in  London,  Dec.  29,  1710.  Bapt.  at  St  James',  Piccadilly. 
Matric.  1731.    (H.  G.  Harrison.) 

LACEBY,  JOHN.  Probably  at  one  time  a  fellow  of  Peterhouse. 

Associated  in  1376  with  a  grant  to  the  College  of  lands  in 

Fen  Ditton,  Cambs.    Donor  of  money  in   1388-9.    (T.  A. 

Walker.) 
LACHE,  DIONYSIUS.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1555- 
LACHE,  GILES.    Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 

1553- 
LACHE,  JOHN.  B.Can.L.  1518-9.  A  priest.  One  of  these  names 

V.  of  Airewas,  Stafis.,  1531. 

LACHE,  NICHOLAS,  see  LEACH. 

LACHE,  RICHARD.  B.A.  1521-2.  Fellow  of  St  John's,  1523. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Fakenham,  Norfolk,  1553. 

LACOCKE,  see  LAYCOCKE. 

LACK,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Magdalene,  July  4, 
1674.  S.  of  Samuel,  of  Worksop,  Notts.  School,  Carlton  in 
Lindrick,  Notts. 

LACKLAND,  see  LAKELAND. 

LACOMBE,  RENATUS  DE  la  C.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  King's, 

1700. 
LACOULT,  RICHARD.   Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 

1606;  B.A.  1609-10. 
LACTON  (?),  WILLIAM.     Matric.    Fell.-Com.    from    Trinity, 

Easter,  1598. 
LACYE,  AMBROSE.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1572. 

LACY  (alias  BREDNAM),  ANDREW.  Matric.  pens,  from  St 
John's,  Lent,  1563-4.  Of  Norfolk.  B.A.  1565-6;  M.A.  1570. 
Fellow,  1566.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Chester)  Mar.  16, 
1602-3.   R-  of  OutweU,  Norfolk,  1597-1618.   Died  1618. 

LACYE,  H.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs.  1567. 

LACY,  HENRY.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1550. 

LACY,  HENRY.   Scholar  of  Trinity,  1584;  B.A.  1584-5;  M.A. 

1588.   Transcribed  Dr  Legge's  tragedy  Richardus  Tertius  of 

which  he  was  at  one  time  supposed  to  be  the  author.  {Cooper, 

II.  4I-) 
LACEY,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  June  25,  1671. 

Probably  s.  of  Nathan  (1644).    Matric.  1672-3.  B.A.  1674. 

Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  21,  1676;  priest,  Sept.  23,  1677. 

V.  of  Gt  Clacton,  Essex,   1688-1702.    Died  1702.    (See  a 

contemporary  at  Oxford.) 

LACY,  JEROME.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  June  ro, 

1674.    2nd  s.  of  Jerome,  of  SafEron  Walden,  Essex,  Esq. 

Bapt.  Dec.  18,  1658.   Matric.  1674;  B.A.  1677-8;  M.A.  1681. 

FeUow,  1678-82.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  May  12,  1682. 

Brother  of  Richard  (1678),  Samuel  (1674)  and  Solomon 

(i673)- 
LACY  or  LAICE,  JOHN.   B.A.  1506-7;  M.A.  151 1-2.   FeUow  of 

Jesus,  c.  1509.    (A.  Gray.) 

LACYE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1580. 
LACYE,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1601. 
LACY,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Oct.  25,   1715.    B.  at 

Chelsea,  Middlesex.    One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Lincoln's 

Inn,  May  27,  1714. 

LACY,  JONAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1580; 
Scholar;  B.A.  1583-4;  M.A.  1587.   Incorp.  at  0.xford,  1585. 

V.  A.  C.  III. 


LACY,  NATHAN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Oct.  10,  1644  (probably 
matric.  Michs.  1644,  as  'William '  (but  a  brother  William  was 
bapt.  Feb.  11,  1628-9).  Previously  matric.  from  Wadham, 
Oxford,  Mar.  24,  1642-3,  age  16.  S.  of  Avery,  of  Ongar, 
Essex.  Bapt.  Feb.  14,  1625-6.  B.A.  1645-6;  Scholar,  1646; 
M.A.  1650.  (According  to  Al.  Oxon.  he  graduated  M.A.  at 
Oxford,  1649.)  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) ;  priest,  Jan.  13,  1661-2. 
Probably  C.  of  Greenstead  juxta  Ongar,  Essex,  1646  and 
1660-2;  R.  1649-60  and  1662-1700.  R.  of  Lamboume, 
1670-1700.  Died  1700.  Will  (Cons.  C.  London)  1700.  Prob- 
ably father  of  James  (1671).  (H.  Smith.) 

LACYE,  R.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Nicholas  Hostel,  Easter, 
1544- 

LACY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Magdalene,  May  20,  1678. 
4th  s.  of  Jerome,  Esq.  B.  at  Saffron  Walden.  School, 
Safeon  Walden.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  24,  1680-1. 
Brother  of  Jerome  (1674),  Samuel  (1674)  and  Solomon  (1673). 

LACYE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1567. 

LACYE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1581. 
S.  of  William  (1554),  of  Stamford,  Lines.  Probably  adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  24,  1583.  Married  Cassandra,  dau.  of  Thomas 
Ogle,  of  Pinchbeck.  Will  proved,  May  28,  1613.  (Peile,  I. 
166;  Lines.  Pedigrees,  576.) 

LACY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Pembroke,  Jime  10, 
1674.  3rd  s.  of  Jerome,  of  SaSron  Walden,  Essex,  Esq. 
Matric.  1674.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Jan.  24,  1675-6. 
Brother  of  Jerome  (1674),  Richard  (1678)  and  Solomon 
(1673)- 

LACYE,  SOLOMON.  B.A.  from  Pembroke,  1604-5;  M.A.  1608. 
V.  of  Ickleton,  Cambs.,  1612-8.  V.  of  Littleport,  1618-27. 
Buried  there  July  1,  1627. 

LACEY,  SOLOMON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  Apr. 
19,  1673.  S.  of  Jerome,  Esq.,  of  Safiron  Walden.  Age  9  in 
1664.  Brother  of  Jerome  (1674),  Richard  (1678)  and  Samuel 
(1674).    (Vis.  of  Essex,  ifif)^.) 

LACYE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1617. 
See  the  next. 

LACYE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1617.  One  of  these  (probably  the  latter,  if  two)  was  B.A. 
from  Magdalene,  1620-1;  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1623. 

LACY,  WALTER.  B.A.  1470-1;  M.A.;  M.D.  Fellow  of  Peter- 
house, 1473-94.  Will  (P.C.C.)  i5i2;'of  St  An tholin,  London 
and  Suffolk.'  Leaves  to  the  College  'a  standing  cuppe  gylt 
with  a  cover,  that  I  may  be  remembered  as  a  fellow';  and 
a  gift  to  each  fellow.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LACY,  WILLIAM.   B.Civ.L.  1470-1;  D.Civ.L.  1477-8. 

LACYE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1550. 

LACYE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1550. 

LACYE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1554. 
Doubtless  of  Little  Deeping,  Lines.;  s.  of  Henry,  of  Stamford. 
Married  Joan,  dau.  of  Robert  Tighe,  of  St  James',  Deeping. 
WiU  (Lincoln)  June  5,  1612.  Father  of  Robert  (1581). 
(Peile,  I.  58;  Lines.  Pedigrees,  576.) 

LACYE,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1571. 

LACY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  June  22, 
1629.  S.  of  Nathaniel.  B.  at  Deeping,  Lines.  School, 
Melton  (Mr  Humphrey).  Matric.  1629. 

LACIE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1629. 
S.  of  Thomas,  of  Beverley.  B.  1610.  School,  Beverley. 
Scholar;  B.A.  1632-3;  M.A.  1636;  B.D.  1643;  D-D-  1663 
(Lit.  Reg.).  Fellow,  1636-50;  ejected;  restored,  1660-2.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  18,  1636.  R-  of  Thomhill,  Yorks., 
1662-71.  Chaplain  to  Prince  Rupert  during  the  war.  Taken 
prisoner  at  Bridgewater.  Royalist  compounder:  fined  £26. 
DiedMay  12,  1671.  Buried  at  Thomhill.  M.I.  Benefactor  to 
St  John's.   (D.N.B.) 


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Lacy,  William 

LACEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1720.  Of 
Middlesex.  S.  of  Roger  and  Elizabeth.  Bapt.  at  Hackney, 
Feb.  16,  1704.  Colleger  at  Eton,  1715-20.  Matric.  Easter, 
1721-  B.A.  1724-5;  M.A.  1728.  Perhaps  R.  of  North  Wrax- 
hall,  WUts.,  1732-61.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1761. 

LACV,  WILLIAM  SCOTT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caios,  Mar.  26, 
1700.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Aldridge,  Staffs.  B.  there. 
School,  Sutton  Coldfield,  Warws.  (Mr  Sanders).  Matric.  1700. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  May  9,  1700.  Died  in  College. 
Buried  July  19,  1702.  (Venn,  i.  504.) 

LACY, .   Incorp.  1488-9. 

LACY, .  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1557. 

LADD  or  LADDS,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr. 
28,  1685.  S.  of  John,  surgeon,  of  Norwich.  B.  there.  School, 
Norwich.  Matric.  1685;  Scholar,  1685-90;  M.B.  1690;  M.D. 
1695.  Entered  at  Leyden,  May  27,  1689.  F.R.C.P.,  1708. 
Censor,  1715-22.  Died  Jan.  3,  1724-5-  Buried  at  St  Andrew's, 
Holbom.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1725.   (Venn,  i.  478;  Munk,  11.  21.) 

LADD,  NATHANIEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1624. 
Probably  s.  of  Robert,  of  Broughton,  Northants.  B.A. 
1627-8;  M.A.  1631.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  19;  priest, 
Sept.  20,  1629.  V.  of  Cransley,  Northants.,  1637-9-  Buried 
there  Apr.  3,  1639,  aged  34.  M.I.   (H.  I.  Longden.) 

LADE,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  Oct.  27,  1748. 
One  of  these  names,  s.  and  h.  of  Michael,  of  Teversham,  Kent, 
Esq.,  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Feb.  4,  1767. 

LADLER,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  May  15, 
1678.  Of  Durham.  School,  Durham.  Matric.  1678,  as 
'Layder';  Scholar,  1680;  B.A.  1681-2. 

LADLER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  26, 
1638.  S.  of  James  ('John,'  in  Christ's  register),  butcher,  of 
Durham.  B.  there.  School,  Durham.  King's  scholar  there, 
1632.  Migrated  to  Christ's,  June  24,  1641.  B.A.  1641-2; 
D.D.  1674  (Lit.  Reg.).  V.  of  Merrington,  Durham,  1658-60 
('Sadler,'  in  Surtees).  R.  of  Gateshead,  1661-75.  Master  of 
the  Free  Chapel  of  St  Edmund,  alias  the  Hospital  of  King 
James.  V.  of  Whelpington,  1661.  Married,  at  St  Andrew's, 
Newcastle,  June  29,  1676,  Ann  Anderson,  widow.  Died  at 
Gateshead,  1679.  Buried  there  Apr.  17.  (Peile,  1.  477;  H.  M. 
Wood.) 

LADLER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Jan.  25,  1667-8. 
S.  of  John.  Matric.  1668;  M.A.  1671  (Lit.  Reg.).  He  was  then 
a  Fell.-Com.  of  Christ's  and  about  to  travel  abroad.  (Peile,  11. 
I3-) 

LADYMAN,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1614;  B.A.  1617-8.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  1620;  priest. 
May,  1624. 

LAFAITE,  DANIEL.  M.A.  1705  (Incorp.  from  Bordeaux).  One, 
Daniel  La  Fitte,  V.  of  WooUavington,  Sussex,  1691-1731. 

LA  FARGUE,  ELIAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Nov.  19,  1709. 
B.  in  France.  Matric.  1709;  B.A.  1713-4;  M.A.  1717.  Prob- 
ably died  at  Stamford;  will  (P.C.C.)  1753;  of  Greatford,  Lines. 

LAGDALE,  CHRISTOPHER  (1632),  see  LANGDALE. 

LAGDEN,  GAMALIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1681. 
Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  Easter,  1682;  B.A.  1703-4;  M.A.  1710. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  19,  1703;  priest,  Feb.  17,  1705-6. 
R.  of  East  Mersea,  Essex,  1707-37.  V.  of  Colne  Alba,  1709- 
37.   R.  of  Abberton,  1710-37. 

LAGDEN  or  LUGDEN,  GEOFFREY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens', 
Eeister,  1588.  Of  Essex.  Perhaps  will  (Comm.  C.  Essex)  1646; 
of  Hempstead,  Essex,  clerk.    (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LAGDEN,  GILES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  18,  1597. 
Matric.  c.  1597;  B.A.  (?  1602-3);  M.A.  from  Christ's,  1607. 
Licensed  to  practise  medicine,  1622. 

LAGTON,  W.   B.D.  1471-2. 

LAIDMAN,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
June  I,  1672.  S.  of  John,  of  Bowes,  Yorks.  B.  there.  School, 
Brignall,  Richmondshire,  Yorks.  Matric.  1672,  as  'Loydman'; 
B.A.  1675-6;  M.A.  from  Caius,  1688.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
May,  1676.  V.  of  Woodhom,  Northumberland,  1692-1724. 
Married,  at  Whickham,  Durham,  Feb.  3,  1680-1,  Catherine 
Mason.  Buried  at  Woodhom,  Mar.  14,  1723-4.  Father  of 
the  next.   (Venn,  1.  485;  H.  M.  Wood.) 

LAIDMAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  i, 
1699.  S.  of  Christopher  (above).  B.  at  Woodhorn,  North- 
umberland. Bapt.  at  Whickham,  Jan.  10,  1681-2.  School, 
Sedbergh  (Mr  Wharton).    Matric.  1699;  B.A.  1702-3;  M.A. 

1706.  Ord.  deacon  (Durham)  Sept.  13,  1703;  priest,  June  8, 

1707.  R.  of  Whalton,  Northumberland,  1723-45.  Married 
Christia,  dau.  of  Robert  Metford,  of  Seghill.  Died  at  Whalton, 
Sept.  28,  1745.   Buried  there.   Father  of  the  next. 

LAIDMAN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June 
8,  1730.  S.  of  John  (above),  of  Northumberland.  Bapt.  at 
Woodhom,  Oct.  7,  1710.  School,  Sedbergh  (Dr  Saunders). 
Matric.  1730;  B.A.  1733-4;  M-A.  1750.  Ord.  deacon  (Durham) 


Lake,  Richard 

1734;  priest,  Sept.  1735.   V.  of  Calverley,  Yorks.,  1747-58. 
V.  of  Warden,  Northumberland,  1758-82.  P.C.  of  Ninebanks, 
1764-9.    Died  at  Warden,  June  22,  1782,  aged  71.    M.l. 
(Scott-Mayor,  11.  426.) 
LAITZ, .   Incorp.  from  Oxford,  1497-8. 

LAKE,  ANDREW.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  4,  1636. 
Of  Devon.  Matric.  1636.  R.  of  Charleton,  Devon,  1643; 
sequestered,  1645;  restored,  1660.  Died  soon  after.  Admon. 
(Exeter)  1661.   (Walker,  Sufferings.) 

LAKE,  BIBYE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  4,  1699.  Of 
Lincolnshire.  S.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Bishop's  Norton, 
Lines.  Bapt.  Apr.  10,  1684.  Matric.  1699.  Created  Bart., 
Oct.  17,  1711.  Bencher  of  the  Middle  Temple.  Buried  in  the 
Temple  Church,  Apr.  6,  1744.   (G.E.C.) 

LAKE,  CHARLES.  Adm.  scholar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Mar.  28, 
1705.  4th  s.  of  Richard  (1666),  V.  of  Sparham,  Norfolk.  B. 
at  Dasset,  Warws.  Schools,  Bury  and  Charterhouse.  Matric. 
1705;  B.A.  1708-9;  M.A.  1712.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept. 
1710;  priest,  Sept.  1712.  V.  of  Stow  Bardolph,  Norfolk,  1722. 
Brother  of  Richard  (1697). 

LAKE,  EDWARD.  B..\.  from  St  Catharine's,  1626.  S.  of 
Richard,  of  Irby.  Lines.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1627.  B.C.L. 
(St  Alban's  Hall)  1627-8.  Incorp.  at  Cambridge,  1636.  LL.D. 
(Cambridge)  1637.  Chancellor  of  Lincohi  diocese.  Advocate- 
general  of  Ireland.  M.P.  for  Cavan,  in  the  Irish  Parliament, 
1639-40.  Wounded  at  Edgehill.  Received  warrant  for  an 
English  baronetcy,  Dec.  1643.  Created  Bart.,  1643-  Created 
Baronet  of  Scotland,  July,  1661.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of 
Simon  Bibye  of  Buckden,  Hunts.  Died  Apr.  i8,  1674,  aged 
77.  Buried  in  Lincoln  Cathedral.  M.I.  (G.E.C;  Lines. 
Pedigrees,  577;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

LAKE,  EDWARD.  D.D.  1676  (Lit.  Reg.).  Of  Exeter,  Devon, 
cler.  fil.  Matric.  from  Wadham  College,  Oxford,  July  31, 
1658.  Brother  of  St  Katherine's-by-the-Tower.  Chaplain  to 
the  Duke  of  York.  R.  of  Norton,  Kent,  1669-83.  Preb.  of 
Exeter,  1675-8.  Archdeacon  of  Exeter;  and  R.  of  St  Mary- 
at-Hill,  1676-1704.  R.  of  St  Andrew  Hubbard,  London, 
1682-1704.  Chaplain  to  Queen  Mary  and  Queen  Anne.  Died 
Feb.  1,  1703-4,  aged  62.  Buried  in  St  Katherine's-by-the- 
Tower.  M.I.  WiU,  P.C.C.  (Al.Oxon.;D.N.B.;A.B.B6z^ven.) 

LAKE,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1626; 
B.A.  1629-30;  M.A.  1633.   Fellow. 

LAKE,  HUGH.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1595;  B.A. 
1599-1600; M.A.  1604. 

LAKE,  JAMES.  M.A.  from  Christ's,  1641.  S.  of  Michael,  of 
Ilminster,  Somerset.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  College,  Oxford, 
Feb.  1631-2,  age  19;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1633-4.  V.  of  St  Veryan, 
Cornwall,  1642-61.  R.  of  Lanteglos-by-Camelford,  1660-77. 
R.  of  Minster,  1662-72.  Canon  of  Exeter.  Married,  Jan.  27, 
1641,  Mary  Gibbyns.  Died  in  Exeter,  Sept.  30,  1678.  Buried 
in  the  Cathedral.  (Peile,  1.  478;  At.  Oxon.;  N.  and  Q.,  ist  S., 
XI.  282.) 

LAKE,  JAMES.  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1676.  Matric.  from  St 
John's  College,  Oxford,  Apr.  1,  1656;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1660. 
Probably  R.  of  Jacobstowe,  Devon,  1663.  R.  of  Black 
Torrington,  1663-1712.  R.  of  Aveton  Gifiard,  1678-89. 
Admon.  (Exeter)  1723,  of  James  Lake,  clerk;  of  Black 
Torrington.    (A  I.  Oxon.) 

LAKE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  13)  at  St  John's,  Dec.  4,  1637. 
S.  of  Thomas,  grocer,  of  Halifax,  Yorks.  B.  there.  Bapt. 
Dec.  5,  1624.  School,  Halifax.  B.A.  1641-2;  D.D.  1661  (LU. 
Reg.).  V.  of  Leeds,  Yorks.,  1661-3.  R.  of  St  Botolph, 
Bishopsgate,  1663-70.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1667-82.  R.  of 
Prestwich,  1668-85.  Preb.  of  York,  1670-85.  Preb.  of 
Southwell,  1670-82.  Master  of  Bawtry  Hospital,  1674. 
Archdeacon  of  Cleveland,  1680-2.  Bishop  of  Sodor  and  Man, 
1682-4;  of  Bristol,  1684-5;  of  Chichester,  1685-9,  suspended 
as  a  non-juror.  One  of  the  seven  bishops  committed  to  the 
Tower.  Wrote  a  Life  of  John  Cleveland,  the  poet.  Died 
Aug.  30,  1689.  Buried  in  St  Botolph's  Church.  Father  of 
William  (1682-3).   (D.N.B.;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

LAKE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Nov.  15,  1669.  School, 
Westminster.  Matric.  1671;  Scholar,  1672;  B.A.  1674-5; 
M.A.  1678. 

LAKE,  LANCELOT.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Mar.  16, 
1663-4.   Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1666-7;  M.A.  1670. 

LAKE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  18,  1666. 
S.  of  William  (1639),  R.  of  Little  Staughton,  Hunts.  B.  there. 
School,  Kimbolton,  Hunts.  Matric.  1667.  Migrated  to 
Sidney,  Oct.  2,  1668.  B.A.  1669-70;  M.A.  1673.  University 
praelector  in  philosophy,  1667.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1673. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  1676;  priest,  1682.  R.  of  Avon  Dassett, 
Warws.,  1682.  Licensed  to  marry  Elizabeth  Clopton,  of 
Islington,  Middlesex,  Dec.  24,  1677.  Father  of  the  next  and 
of  Charles  (1705).  (Venn,  i.  428.) 


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Lake,  Richard 

LAKE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  18, 
1697.  S.  of  Richard  (above),  derk.  B.  at  Islington,  Middlesex. 
School,  Charterhouse.  Matric.  1697.  Brother  of  Charles 
(1705). 

LAKE,  THOMAS.  Probably  educated  at  Cambridge.  S.  of 
Almeric,  of  Southampton.  B.  there,  c.  1567.  School,  South- 
ampton. M.A.  (Oxford)  1592  (on  the  Queen's  visit).  Clerk 
of  the  signet,  c.  1600.  Latin  secretary  to  James  I,  1603. 
Knighted,  May  20, 1603.  Keeper  of  the  Records  at  Whitehall, 
i5o^.  M.P.  for  Bossiney,  1601;  for  Launceston,  1604-11;  for 
Middlesex,  1614;  for  Wells,  1625;  for  Wootton  Bassett,  1626. 
Privy  Councillor,  1614.  Secretary  of  State,  1616-9.  Charged 
with  defamation  of  character  by  the  Countess  of  Essex;  fined, 
imprisoned  and  cUsmissed  from  office,  1619.  Retired  to  his 
estate  of  Cannons,  Middlesex.  Died  there  Sept.  17,  1630. 
{D.N.B.;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

LAKE  or  LAKES,  THOMAS,  B.A.  from  King's,  1609-10;  M.A. 
1613. 

LAKE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  July  7,  i6i8. 
Of  Essex.  Matric.  1618.  (He  may  have  been  a  s.  of  Thomas, 
of  Wilston,  Tring,  Herts.  Bapt.  there,  Aug.  4,  1602.  Adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  21,  1617-8.  The  patron  of  Leyton, 
Essex,  in  1638,  was  a  Lake,  of  Wilston.)  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Dec.  21;  priest,  Dec.  22,  1623.  A  Thomas  Lake 
became  V.  of  Leyton,  1638.  Perhaps  R.  of  Wickford,  in  1645. 
Will  of  one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.)  1652;  of  Nevendon, 
Essex,  clerk.   (T.  A .  Walker.) 

LAIKE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  Feb.  22, 
1649-50.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Castleford,  Yorks.  School, 
Pontefract.  Matric.  1650;  B.A.  1653-4.  Probably  Head 
Master  of  Pontefract  School,  1654-60.  Died  1660.  (Vis.  of 
Yorks.,  1665;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LAKE  or  LAKES,  THOMAS.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  King's, 
Lent,  1656-7.  One  of  these  names,  s.  and  h.  of  Lancelot,  of 
Cannons,  Middlesex,  Esq.  (afterwards  Knt.),  adm.  at  Lin- 
coln's Inn,  Feb.  24,  1656-7.  Of  Cannons,  Little  Stanmore, 
Middlesex.  Knighted,  Dec.  4,  1670.  Buried  at  Little 
Stanmore,  1673.   (Le  Neve,  Knights,  244;  Lipscomb,  11.  76.) 

LAKE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1662;  B.A.  1665-6.  Perhaps  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  4, 
1664,  as  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Barking,  Essex,  gent. 

LAKE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's  Hall,  1412.  Resigned, 
1432,  without  a  degree.  Clerk  in  the  Chapel  Royal.  (Trin, 
Coll.  Admissions,  i.  114.) 

LAKE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  20,  1598. 
Matric.  1598;  B.A.  1602-3;  M.A.  from  Clare,  1606. 

LAKE,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  1639  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Richard,  of  Hempston,  Devon,  pleb.  Matric.  from  Exeter 
College,  Oxford,  July  16,  1625,  age  18;  B..\.  (Oxford)  1628; 
M.A.  1631-2;  B.D.  1639-40.  R.  of  Little  Staughton,  Hunts., 
1647.   Father  of  Richard  (1666). 

LAKE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  16,  1661.  Of 
Berkshire.  Matric.  1661.  Presumably  V.  of  Chippenham, 
1681-1704.  V.  of  Harden  Huish,  1683-1704.  Preb.  of  Sarum, 
1690-1704.  Will  of  one  of  these  names  (Consist.  C.  Sarum) 
1704,  of  Chippenham,  Wilts.,  clerk. 

LAKE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  20, 
1682-3.  S.of  John.D.D.  (1637),  Bishopof  SodorandMan.  B. 
in  London.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1683;  B.A.  1686-7. 
Fellow,  1688-1709.   Non -juror. 

LAKELAND  or  LACKLAND,  HUGH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at 
Christ's,  July  3,  1649.  S.  of  Nicholas.  B.  at  Mansfield. 
School,  Repton  (Mr  UUock).   Matric.  1649. 

LAKELAND,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Christ's,  June 
8,  1674.  B.  at  Stainforth,  near  Settle,  Yorks.  School, 
Giggleswick  (Mr  Briggs).   B-.-V.  1677. 

LAKELAND,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1614;  B.A.  1617-8. 

LAKENHAM  or  LAKINGHAM,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  1498-9.  Of 
Norwich  diocese.  M.A.  1502-3.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse, 
1501-12.  Ord.  sub-deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  ig,  1501-2.  R.  of 
South  Runcton,  Norfolk,  1511-20.  V.  of  Eastwood,  Essex, 
1520-1.   Died  1521.    (r.  A.  Walker.) 

LAKENHEATH,  ADAM  DE.  B.D.  ChanceUor  of  the  University, 
1373-4.  Petitioned  the  Pope,  1363,  for  a  benefice.  Benefactor 
to  the  University  Library.   {Cal.  Pap.  Pet.,  i.  405.) 

LAKERS,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Lent, 
1580-1;  B..\.  1584-5.   V.  of  Lakenheath,  Suffolk,  1587-92. 

LAKERS,  JONAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1582;  B.A.  15S5-6.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Apr.  15,  1590.  V. 
of  Flixton,  Suffolk,  1590-1639.   Died  May  2,  1639. 

LAKES,  JAMES.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1601. 
S.  of  Osmund  (1562).  B.  at  Ringwood,  Hants.  Matric.  1601; 
B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609.  Fellow,  1604-11.  Licensed  to 
practise  medicine,  1631. 


Lambe,  Davies 

LAKES,  OSMUND.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  25,  1562.  S.  of  James,  of  Smarden,  Kent.  Matric. 
1562;  B.A.  1566-7  (ist  in  the  ordo);  M.A.  1570;  B.D.  1579. 
Fellow,  1565-80.  Proctor,  1577-8.  Vice-Provost,  1579.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  May  11,  1574.  V.  of  Ringwood, 
Hants.,  1579.  Died  1621.  Father  of  James  (above),  brother 
of  the  next  and  of  Thomas  (1557-8).  (Vis.  of  London,  1634; 
Harwood.) 

LAKES,  STEPHEN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1565. 
S.  of  James.  B.  at  Smarden,  Kent,  c.  1550.  Matric.  1565; 
B.A.  1569-70;  M.A.  1573;  LL.D.  1579.  Fellow,  1568-79. 
Commissary  to  the  Archbishop  of  Canterbury,  1582.  Preb. 
of  Canterbury,  1588-^.  Master  in  Chancery.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1617;  of  St  Dunstan-in-the-West,  London.  Brother  of 
Osmund  (1562)  and  Thomas  (1557-8).  (Cooper,  11.  325;  Vis. 
of  London,  1634;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LAKES  or  LAKE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Mar. 
1557-8.  S.  of  James,  of  Smarden,  Kent.  B.A.  1560-1;  M.A. 
from  Peterhouse,  1564;  M.D.  1571.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse, 
1562.  M.P.  for  Hastings,  1572,  1585  and  1586.  L.R.C.P., 
1590.  Resided  in  Fetter  Lane.  Buried  at  St  Dunstan-iu- 
the-West,  Sept.  26,  1595.  Will,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  Osmund 
(1562)  and  Stephen  (1565).  (Munk,  i.  100;  Vis.  of  London, 
1634;  Cooper,  II.  192;  III.  99.) 

LAKES,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1615. 

LAKES,    .     Adm.    Fell. -Com.    at    King's,    Lent,    1613-4. 

Perhaps  William,  s.  of  Stephen  (above). 

LAKYN,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1548.  Of 
Warwickshire.  B.A.  1552-3;  M.A.  1556;  B.D.  from  Jesus, 
1560.  Fellow  of  St  John's,  1553.  Fellow  of  Jesus,  1561. 
Masterof  Jesus,  1565-4.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1560.  University 
preacher,  1560.  V.  of  Impington,  Cambs.,  in  1561.  V.  of 
Duxford  St  Peter,  1562-4,  deprived.   (Cooper,  i.  240;  A.  Gray.) 

LAKYN,  MILES.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
Aug.  16,  1546.  Of  Windsor.  Matric.  1546;  B.A.  1550-1. 
Fellow,  15 49-51.  Studied  thelawat  Fumival's  Inn.  (Harwood.) 

LAKYN,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1544; 
B.A.  1547-8;  M.A.  1551;  B.D.  1561;  D.D.  1570.  Fellow,  1548. 
An  exile  at  Strasburg  under  Queen  Mary.  R.  of  Bolton 
Percy,  Yorks.,  1560-75.  Preb.  of  Southwell,  1561-75.  Preb. 
of  York,  1564-75.  R.  of  Kirkby  Overblow,  1573-5.  Died 
Oct.  1575.   Probably  brother  of  John.   (Cooper,  i.  341.) 

LAKYN,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1573. 

LAKYN,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1560; 
B.A.  1564-5;  M.A.  1568.  Licensed  to  practise  medicine, 
1579.   M.D.  1580.   Fellow,  1566.   Proctor,  1579-80. 

LALLY,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  24)  at  Pembroke,  July  5, 
1732.   S.  of  Henry,  gent.  B.  in  London. 

LALLY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Peterhouse,  May  21, 
1740.  Of  London.  School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1740; 
Scholar,  1740;  B.A.  1743-4;  M.A.  1760.  Fellow,  1744.  Ord. 
priest  (Ely)  Dec.  1746.  R.  of  Clopton,  Sufiolk,  1746.  V.  of 
Haddenham,  Bucks.  (Apr.-Oct.),  1749.  R.  of  Pitchcott, 
1762-71.   Died  1771.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1771. 

LAMAN,  WILLIAM.   M.A.  1460-1. 

LAMBE,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  27,  1723. 
FeU.-Com.  Apr.  23,  1726.  Of  Northamptonshire.  Matric. 
1723;  B.A.  1726-7. 

LAMBE,  BARTHOLOMEW.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene, 
Easter,  1640.  Perhaps  s.  of  Bartholomew,  of  London,  gent.; 
adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  6,  1649. 

LAMBE,  BARTHOLOMEW.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
June  27,  1664.  S.  of  James,  clerk,  peti-canon  of  Canterbury. 
B.  there.  Bapt.  at  the  Cathedral,  Mar.  9,  1645-6.  School, 
Canterbury  (Mr  Paris).  Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1667-8;  M.A. 
1671.  One  of  these  names  buried  in  the  Cathedral,  Nov.  2, 
1678.    (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LAMBE,  CHARLES.  M.A.  from  King's,  1709.  S.  of  John  (1664), 
of  Wheathampstead,  Herts.,  Dean  of  Ely.  Matric.  from 
Christ  Church,  Oxford,  July  12,  1697;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1701; 
D.D.  (Lambeth)  1722.  V.  of  Impington,  Cambs.,  1704.  R.  of 
Trottisclifie,  Kent,  1709.  Chaplain  to  the  Duke  of  Portland, 
governor  of  Jamaica.  R.  of  St  John's,  Kingston,  Jamaica, 
1729.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1733.  Brother  of  Henry  (1692).  (Al. 
Oxon.) 

LAMBE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1624.  S.  of  Stephen  (?  1594),  of  Egerton,  Kent.  Age  11  in 
i6ig.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  June  14,  1627.  Called  to 
the  Bar,  May  8,  1635.  Died  in  the  Temple,  July,  1635.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  proved  by  father  Stephen.   (Vis.  of  Kent.) 

LAMBE,  DAVIES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  20, 
1733-4.  S.  of  John  (1703),  V.  of  Oxton,  Notts.  B.  at  South- 
well. School,  Nottingham  (Mr  Swale).  Matric.  1735;  B.A. 
1737-8;  M.A.  1741.  Fellow,  1739-49.  Ord.  deacon  (Rochester) 
June  17,  1739;  priest,  Oct.  12,  1740.  R.  of  Ridley,  Kent, 
1740-71.  R.  of  Lullingstone,  1748-71.  Buried  at  Ridley, 
Dec.  30,  1771.  M.I.  (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  450.) 

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Lambe,  Edward 

LAMBE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1575.  Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Trimley,  Suffolk.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  ii,  1578-9.  Died  Nov.  19,  1617.  M.I.  in 
East  Bergholt  Church,  where  he  is  described  as  'learned  in 
divine  and  common  laws.'  Doubtless  brother  of  Thomas 
(1575)-    (E.  Anglian.,  N.  S.,  xii.  310.) 

LAMBE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  May  3,  1666.  Matric. 
1667;  B.A.  1669-70;  M.A.  1674.  Probably  R.  of  Acle, 
Norfolk,  till  17 10.   Father  of  the  next. 

LAMBE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Apr.  9, 
1713.  S.  of  Edward  (above),  R.  of  Acle,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
School,  Norwich  (private;  Mr  Nobbs).  Scholar,  1713-7;  B.A. 
1716-7.    (Venn,  1.  529.) 

LAMB,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  May  20,  1701. 
S.  of  Nathaniel,  clerk.  B.  at  York.  Schools,  York  and  Hull 
(Mr  Pell).   Matric.  1701;  B.A.  1704-5. 

LAMB,  GEORGE.  '  Of  Sx  John's,'  Cambridge,  when  adm.  extra- 
licentiate  R.C.P.,  Oct.  29,  1709.  Resident  at  Wallingford, 
Berks.   {Munk,  11.  26.) 

LAMBE,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  June  16, 
1682.  S.  of  Robert,  clerk  (1648).  B.  at  Milton  Bryan,  Beds. 
School,  Hardrin,  Herts,  (private).  Matric.  1682;  B.A.  1685-6. 
Probably  ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  4,  1699;  priest,  Sept. 
21,  1700.  Married,  at  Milton  Bryan,  June  20,  1700,  Elizabeth 
Lawson,  of  Wobum. 

LAMB,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  12,  1692.  Of 
Hertfordshire.  S.  of  John  (1664),  D.D.,  R.  of  Wheathamp- 
stead.  Matric.  1693;  LL.B.  1697-8;  LL.D.  1709.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Sept.  19,  1697;  priest  (Lincoln)  June  19, 
1698.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1717-29.  Chaplain  to  the  King, 
and  to  the  Duke  of  Marlborough.  V.  of  Impington,  Cambs., 
1709.  Lecturer  at  St  Mary  Magdalene,  Bermondsey.  Died 
Mar.  24,  1728-9,  aged  55.  M.I.  at  Wheathampstead.  Brother 
of  Charles  (1709). 

LAMB,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  Jan.  29, 
1693-4.  S.  of  John  (1661),  R.  of  Cranford,  Northants.  Bapt. 
at  Stanwick,  Oct.  29,  1677.  School,  Cranford.  Matric.  1696; 
B.A.  1697-8;  M.A.  1701.  Fellow,  1701.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Sept.  22,  1700;  priest,  Sept.  20,  1702.  R.  of  Cranford  St  John, 
Northants.,  1704-45.  Buried  there  Nov.  19,  1745.  Will 
(Northampton)  1746.  Father  of  Robert  (1721).  (H.  I. 
Longden.) 

LAMBE,  JAMES.  B.A.  from  King's,  1611-2;  M.A.  1615.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  June  18;  priest,  June  19,  1614.  Probably 
V.  of  Holy  Cross  Westgate,  Canterbury,  1617-62.  Died  1662. 

LAMBE,  JAMES.  M.A.  1628  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Richard.  B.  in  All  Saints'  parish,  Oxford,  Feb.  2,  1598-9. 
Matric.  (Oxford)  1613;  B.A.  (Brasenose  College)  1615-6; 
M..\.  1619-20;  D.D.  (St  Mary  HaU)  1660.  R.  of  Botley, 
Hants.,  1639-60.  Canon  of  Westminster,  1660-4.  R-  °i 
Kingsworthy,  Hants.,  1661.  R.  of  St  Andrew's,  Holbom, 
1662-4.  Orientalist.  Died  Oct.  18,  1664.  Buried  in  West- 
minster Abbey.   WiU,  P.C.C.   {Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

LAMBE,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  May  26, 
1671.  S.  of  John,  of  Foulthorp,  Durham.  Bapt.  at  Grindon, 
July  31,  1653.  School,  Houghton,  Durham.  Matric.  1671; 
B.A.  1674-5;  M.A.  1693.  Ord.  deacon  (Durham)  Sept.  19, 
1675.  Lecturer  at  Carlisle,  1687.  R.  of  Bewcastle,  Cumber- 
land, 1689-98.  V.  of  St  Lawrence,  Appleby,  1698-1720.  V. 
of  Crosby  Garrett,  1713-7.   [Nightingale.) 

LAMBE,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1579. 

LAMBE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1583. 
S.  of  John,  and  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  William  Aylett,  of  Riven- 
hall,  Essex.  B.A.  1586-7;  M.A.  1590;  LL.D.  1616.  Admitted 
advocate,  1602.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1643.  Chancellor  and 
Vicar-general  of  diocese  of  Peterborough,  1615.  Commissary 
to  the  Dean  and  Chapter  of  Lincoln,  1617.  Knighted,  July 
26,  1621.  A  member  of  the  High  Commission  Court,  1629-41, 
and  an  active  supporter  of  Laud.  Registrar  of  Ely,  1630. 
Dean  of  the  Arches,  1633-47.  Chancellor  and  Keeper  of  the 
great  seal  to  Queen  Henrietta  Maria,  1640.  His  property  was 
sequestrated  shortly  before  Dec.  14,  1646.  Admon.  (P.C.C.) 
1647.   {D.N.B.) 

LAMBE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1625; 
Scholar,  1627;  B.A.  1628-9.  Migrated  to  Jesus,  May  9,  1631. 
M.A.  1633.  One  of  these  names  (M.A.)  C.  of  Drax,  Yorks., 
1643. 

LAMBE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Pembroke,  Apr.  20, 
1642.  S.  of  John.  B.  in  Suffolk.   Matric.  1642. 

LAMBE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Magdalene,  Apr.  18, 
1655.  S.  of  Michael  (1622),  of  Hothroyd,  Felkirk,  Yorks. 
School,  Sherbum.  Matric.  1655;  B.A.  1658-9;  M.A.  1662. 
One  of  these  names  Head  Master  of  Pontefract,  in  1660. 
Brother  of  Nathaniel  (1654)  and  Seth  (1662). 

LAMBE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Oct.  4,  1660.  Of 
Huntingdonshire.  Matric.  1660;  B.A.  1665-6. 


Lambe,  Robert 

LAMB,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Magdalene,  Sept.  12. 
1661.  S.  of  John,  of  Peterborough.  School,  Peterborough. 
B.A.  1665-6.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  20,  1668;  priest, 
June  18,  1671,  as  M.A.  R.  of  Cranford  St  John,  Northants., 
1681-1703.  Buried  there  Nov.  9,  1703.  Father  of  Henry 
(1693-4).    (H.  I.  Longden.) 

LAMBE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  Dec.  30,  1664. 
S.  of  Thomas,  merchant.  B.  in  London.  Schools,  Charter- 
house, Hertford,  and  Hackney,  Middlesex  (Mr  Hewis). 
Matric.  1665;  B.A.  1668-9;  M.A.  1672;  D.D.  1693.  Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  24,  1670;  priest  (Lincoln)  May  i,  1673- 
R.  of  Wheathampstead,  Herts.,  1673-1708.  Chaplain  to 
WiUiam  III.  Dean  of  Ely,  1693-1708.  Died  Aug.  10,  1708. 
WiU,  P.C.C.  Father  of  Charles  (1709)  and  Henry  (1692). 
(Le  Neve,  Mon.;  Bentham,  Ely.) 

LAMB,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Aug.  6,  1668.  Matric. 
1669;  B.A.  1672-3.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1674;  priest 
(London)  May,  1676.  Perhaps  R.  of  Rayne  Parva,  Essex, 
1683-1703.   Died  1703. 

LAMB,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  3,  i68g.  Of 
Northamptonshire.  Matric  1690;  B.A.  1693-4.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  23,  1694;  priest,  Dec.  21,  1695-  One  of  these 
names  C.  of  Chigwell,  Essex.  Admon.  (Cons.  C.  London)  Oct. 
3,  1698.    (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LAMBE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Feb.  11, 
1691-2.  S.  of  Christopher.  B.  at  Maidstone,  Kent.  School, 
Westminster.  Matric.  1692;  Scholar,  1692;  B.A.  1695-6; 
M.A.  1699.  Perhaps  R.  of  Ridley,  Kent,  1719-40.  Died  Apr. 
24,  1740. 

LAMBE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  June  19,  1703.  B.  at 
Nottingham,  1685.  Matric.  1703;  B.A.  1706-7;  M.A.  1710. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  1708;  priest,  1709.  V.  of  Oxton, 
Notts.  P.C.  of  Edingley.  Minor  canon  of  Southwell.  R.  of 
Shadoxhurst,  Kent,  1717-33-  Master  of  Southwell  School, 
1718.  R.  of  Longfield,  Kent,  1731.  Chaplain  to  the  Duke  of 
Montague.  Died  1733.  M-I-  Father  of  Davies  (i733-4)- 
[Scott-Mayor,  iii.  450.) 

LAMB,  JOHN  TAYLOR.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Jan. 
17^  1745-6.  S.  of  William,  clerk,  of  Sussex.  B.  at  Ditchliug. 
School,  Streatham,  Surrey  (Mr  Talbot).  Matric.  1748-9;  B.A. 
1749-50.  Ord.  deacon  (Hereford)  Mar.  11,  i749-5o;  priest 
(Rochester)  Mar.  3,  1750-1.  Master  of  Whitgift's  School, 
Croydon,  1751-74.  Chaplain  to  Croydon  Hospital.  V.  of 
Leysdown,  Kent,  1757-61.  R.  of  Keston,  1761-74-  Died 
1774.  Will,  P.C.C.   [Scott-Mayor,  111.  555.) 

LAMBE,  LACON.  M.A.  from  St  John's,  i733-  S.  of  William,  of 
Dilwyn,  Hereford,  gent.  Matric.  from  Balliol  College,  Oxford, 
June  6,  1717,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1721.  V.  of  Llangattock- 
by-Caerleon,  Monmouth,  1729-42.  V.  of  Shire  Newton,  i734- 
42.  Died  1742.  [Scott-Mayor,  in.  448;  Al.  Oxon.;  Burke, 
L.G.) 

LAMBE,  LIONEL.  Probably  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1618.  M.A. 
from  Christ's,  1621.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  27,  1621; 
priest,  Oct.  i,  1623.  Head  Master  of  Stamford  Grammar 
School,  1625.  V.  of  Somerby,  Leics.,  1631.  V.  of  St  Martin, 
Stamford,  1637.  Confrater  of  Brown's  Hospital,  Stamford. 
Buried  at  St  Martin's,  Jan.  28,  1660-1.  Father  of  Thomas 
(1647). 

LAMB,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Feb.  8,  1705-6. 
S.  of  Thomas,  of  Sandford,  Westmorland.  School,  Appleby 
(Mr  Banks).  Matric.  1705-6;  B..\.  1711-2. 

LAMBE,  MICHAEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1622.  Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  Ord.  deacon 
(York)  Feb.  1626-7;  priest.  Mar.  1627-8.  V.  of  Felkirk, 
Yorks.,  c.  1640;  and  chaplain  in  the  Monckton  family  at 
Hothroyd.  Father  of  Nathaniel  (1654),  John  (1655)  and  Seth 
(1662).    (J.  Parker.) 

LAMBE,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i7)  at  Magdalene, 
Apr.  15,  1654.  S.  of  Michael  (above),  V.  of  Felkirk,  Yorks., 
and  of  Hothroyd.  School,  Wakefield.  Matric.  1654;  B.A. 
1657.    Brother  of  John  (1655)  and  Seth  (1662). 

LAMB,  PATRICK.   M.A.  1682  [Com.  Reg.). 

LAMB,  PHILIP.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  July  3,  1641.  S.  of 
Henry.  V.  of  Cerne  Abbas,  Dorset.  B.  there.  Matric.  1641; 
B.A.  1646.  Minister  of  Alton  St  Pancras,  Dorset,  in  1650;  of 
Bere  Regis  and  Winterboume  Kingston,  1657-8.  Silenced, 
1662.  Afterwards  minister  at  Clapham,  Surrey.  Died  Mar. 
25,  1689.   (Calamy,  i.  442;  F.  S.  Hockaday.) 

LAMBE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1545, 
impuhcs. 

LAMBE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1620; 
B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627;  B.D.  1639.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Sept.  24,  1626;  priest,  Sept.  30,  1627.  R.  of  Cranford  St 
John,  Northants.,  1629-40.  Buried  there  Feb.  24,  1639-40. 
[Peile,  1.  334;  H.  I.  Longden.) 


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Lambe,  Robert 

LAMBE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Magdalene,  Apr.  6, 
1648.  S.  of  John,  citizen  of  Peterborough.  School,  Peter- 
borough. Matric.  1648;  B.A.  1651-2;  M.A.  1655.  Fellow. 
Doubtless  R.  of  Milton  Bryant,  Beds.,  1667-1701,  and 
father  of  Henry  (1682). 
LAMB,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1698. 
B.  at  Bermondsey,  Southwark.  Matric.  Easter,  1699;  B.A. 
1701-2;  M..\.  1706.  Fellow,  1701.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  22, 
1706.  R.  of  Stour  Provost,  Dorset,  1716-24.  R.  of  Stanmer, 
Sussex,  1724-7.  V.  of  Falmer,  1724-7.  Buried  at  Stanmer, 
Aug.  25,  1727. 

LAMB,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  9,  1721. 
S.  of  Matthew,  of  London.  School,  Enfield,  Middlesex  (Dr 
Uvedale).  Matric.  1721;  LL.B.  1726;  LL.D.  1728  {Com.  Reg.). 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  26;  priest.  Mar.  5,  1726-7.  V.  of 
Hather  and  Kedby,  Lines.,  1727.  Dean  of  Peterborough, 
1744-64.  R.  of  Peakirk  with  Clinton,  Northants.,  1747-63. 
Preb.  of  Lincohi,  1750.  F.R.S.,  1758.  R.  of  Hatfield,  Herts., 
1763-9.  Bishop  of  Peterborough,  1764-9.  Died  at  Hatfield 
rectory,  Nov.  3,  1769.  Buried  there.  (G.  Mag.;  Lond.  Mag.; 
H.  I.  Longden.) 

LAMBE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  June  15, 
1721.  S.  of  Henry  (1693-4),  R.  of  Cranford,  Northants. 
School,  Guilsborough  (Mr  Worting).  Matric.  1721;  B.A. 
1724-5.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  24,  1727;  priest.  May  24, 
1730.   Perhaps  V.  of  Warden,  Beds.,  1738. 

LAMB,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  13, 
1728.  S.  of  John,  mercer,  of  Durham.  Bapt.  there,  at  St 
Nicholas,  Aug.  15,  1711.  School,  Durham.  Matric.  1728; 
B.A.  1733-4.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  23,  1733;  priest 
(Norwich)  Oct.  1735.  Minor  canon  of  Durham.  P.C.  of  South 
Shields,  1747.  V.  of  Norham,  Northumberland,  1747-95. 
Author  of  'An  Exact  and  Circumstantial  History  of  the 
Battle  of  Flodden  in  verse,  written  about  the  time  of  Queen 
Elizabeth.'  Married  Philadelphia  Nelson,  Apr.  11,  1755. 
Died  at  Edinburgh,  May  7,  1795.  {Scott-Mayor,  iii.  413; 
D.N.B.) 

LAMBE,  ROWLAND.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1579. 
Of  Nottinghamshire. 

LAMBE,  SETH.  .Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  June  26, 
1662.  S.  of  Michael  (1622),  V.  of  Felkirk,  Yorks.  B.  there. 
School,  Sherbum  (Mr  Lambe).  Matric.  1663;  B.A.  1665-6; 
M.A.  1677.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1667.  V.  of  Ealing, 
Middlesex,  1673-1702.  Died  1702.  Brother  of  John  (1655) 
and  Nathaniel  (1654). 

LAMBE,  SIMON.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1621 ;  B.A. 
1623-4. 

LAMBE,  STEPHEN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1594;  B.A. 
1597-8;  M.A.  1601.   Probably  father  of  Christopher. 

LAMB,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1575. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Trimley,  Suffolk.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Feb.  11,  1577-8.   Doubtless  brother  of  Edward  (1575). 

LAMBE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1620; 
B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Nov.  24, 
1626.  Perhaps  V.  of  Threckingham,  Lines.,  1629-42.  One 
of  these  names,  R.  of  South  Benfleet,  Essex,  1641,  has  been 
identified  with  a  contemporary  nonconformist  preacher,  for 
whom  se€  D.N.B.   (For  other  suggestions  see  Peile,  i.  334.) 

LAMBE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  17,  1639. 
Of  Kent.  Matric.  1639;  B.A.  1642-3;  M.A.  1646.  Perhaps 
V.  of  Rainham,  Kent,  1656-62.  Died  Apr.  11,  1662. 

LAMBE,  THOMAS.   Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Dec.  2, 

1647.  S.  of  Lionel  (1618),  V.  of  St  Martin  by  Stamford. 
School,  Stamford  (Mr  Humphrey).  Matric.  1648;  B.A.  1651- 
2;  M.A.  1655.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1653.  Probably  chaplain 
in  the  Navy,  1658.   R.  of  Healing,  Lines.,  1669. 

LAMBE,   THOMAS.     Adm.   sizar  at  Trinity,   Nov.   6,   1668. 

Matric.  1669;  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1672-3.    Ord.  deacon 

and  priest  (Peterb.)    Dec.   22,    1672.    Master  of  Rothwell 

School,  Northants.,  1675. 
LAMBE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1576; 

B.A.  1580-1;  M.A.  1584.  One  of  these  names  'B.A.;  of  York 

diocese'  ord.  priest  (Durham)  May  22,  1586. 
LAMBE,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.   1623; 

B.A.   1626-7;  M.A.   1630.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Apr.  13, 

1627;  priest.  Mar.  25,  1628.  Perhaps  R.  of  Marsham,  Norfolk, 

and  father  of  the  next. 
LAMBE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  30, 

1648.  S.  of  William  (?  above),  R.  of  Marsham,  near  Aylsham. 
B.  at  Stody,  near  Holt,  Norfolk.  School,  Norwich  (Mr 
Levering).  Buried  at  AU  Saints',  Cambridge,  Jan.  23,  1650-1. 

LAMB,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  9, 
1685-6.  S.  of  William,  gent.  B.  at  Peterborough,  Northants. 
School,  Peterborough  (Mr  Waring).  Matric.  1686;  B.A.  1689- 
90.    Probably  ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  10,  1693. 

LAMB, .  D.  (Div.  or  Law)  1467-8.  A  friar. 


Lambert,  John 

LAMBE, .  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1544. 

LAMBE, .  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  King's,  1698-9. 

LAMBARD,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1605. 
Perhaps  2nd  s.  of  William,  of  Greenwich,  and  afterwards  of 
Sevenoaks,  Kent.  B.  Aug.  16,  1587.  If  so,  twin-brother  to 
'Fane'  (1605).    (Archaeol.  Cantiana,  v.  248.) 

LAMBERD,  GILBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1579. 

LAMBARD,  STEPHEN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Clare,  June  13, 
1717.  B.  in  London. 

LAMBERD,  VANNE  (?  FANE).  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare, 
Easter,  1605.  Perhaps  s.  of  William,  of  Greenwich,  Kent. 
B.  Aug.  16,  1587;  and  twin-brother  to  George  (1605). 

LAMBARD, .   B.D.  1473-4;  D.D.  1484-5.   A  friar. 

LAMBART,  GARY.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  3, 
1618.  2nd  s.  of  Sir  Oliver,  Knt.  (afterwards  Lord  Lambart, 
Baron  of  Cavan).  Matric.  i6i8-g.  Perhaps  knighted,  Sept.  8, 
1622.   Brother  of  the  next.   {Vis.  of  Surrey,  1623;  G.E.C.) 

LAMBART,  CHARLES.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  3, 
1618.  S.  of  Sir  Ohver,  Baron  Lambart.  B.  1600.  Matric. 
1618-9;  M.A.  1619  {Lit.  Reg.).  Succeeded  his  father,  June, 
1618.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  2,  1619-20.  M.P.  forBossiney, 
1626,  1628-9.  Appointed  Seneschal  for  the  government  of 
Co.  Cavan,  and  of  KeUs,  1627.  Succeeded  to  the  command 
of  Lord  Moore's  Company  of  foot,  1628.  Military  Governor 
of  Ireland,  1642.  Privy  Councillor.  Created  Earl  of  Cavan 
and  Viscount  Kilcoursie,  Apr.  1647.  Died  June  25,  1660. 
Buried  in  St  Patrick's  Cathedral,  Dublin.  Brother  of  the 
above.   {D.N.B.;  Vis.  of  Surrey;  G.E.C.) 

LAMBERT,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1570.  One  of  these  names,  of  Wiltshire,  adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Feb.  13,  1573-4. 

LAMBERT,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1579.  Of 
Norfolk.  Perhaps  s.  of  Richard,  Sheriff  of  London.  If  so,  of 
Boyton,  Wilts.  Died  1608.  Buried  at  Oxnead,  Norfolk. 
Perhaps  father  of  the  next.   (Hoare,  Wilts.,  i.  203.) 

LAMBERT,  EDWARD.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Corpus  Christi, 
c.  1597.  Perhaps  s.  of  Edward  (above).  If  so,  of  Boyton, 
WUts.,  Esq.  Died  1612.  One  of  these  names,  of  Wiltshire, 
adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  2,  1600. 

LAMBERT,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1629;  B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635. 

LAMBERT,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  1592-3; 
B.A.  1596-7- 

LAMBERT,  HANAMEEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's, 
June  28,  1667.  S.  of  Francis.  B.  in  Fleet  Street,  London. 
School,  Charterhouse.  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1670-1;  M.A.  1674. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  June;  priest,  Sept.  1671.  C.  of  Peldon, 
Essex,  1672.   {Peile,  11.  12.) 

LAMBERT,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  27, 
1683.  S.  of  Anthony,  merchant.  B.  at  Hull,  Yorks.  School 
(private;  Mr  Wm  Lambert).  Matric.  1683.  {Vis.  of  Yorks., 
1666.) 

LAMBERT,  HUMPHREY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1568;  B.A.  1571-2. 

LAMBERT,  JOHN,  alias  NICHOLSON.  B.A.  1519-20  (1st  in  the 
ordo).  B.  at  Norwich.  Fellow  of  Queens',  1521.  An  early 
reformer.  Preacher  and  chaplain  at  Antwerp.  Repeatedly 
in  trouble  for  his  opinions.  Convicted  as  a  heretic,  1538,  and 
burnt  at  Smithfield.   {Cooper,  i.  67;  D.N.B.) 

LAMBERT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  June  17,  1564. 
Matric.  1564;  B.A.  1566-7;  M.A.  1570;  B.D.  1580.  V.  of 
Duxford  St  John,  Cambs.,  1572-1621.  University  preacher, 
1580-1.  R.  of  St  Mary,  Weeting,  Norfolk,  1588-1621.  Buried 
Nov.  21,  1621.  Will,  P.C.C. 

LAMBERT,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Mar.  1618;  B.A. 
1621-2;  M.A.  1625. 

LAMBERT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Mar.  14,  1635-6. 
Matric.  1636. 

LAMBERT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  16, 
1667.  S.  of  Francis  (?  Ralph,  of  Caville),  yeoman,  of  Carr, 
Maltby,  Yorks.  B.  there.  School,  Pocklington  (Mr  EUison). 
Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1670-1;  M.A.  1674-  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
June,  1671;  priest.  May,  1673.  V.  of  Elloughton,  Yorks., 
1678-1702.  V.  of  South  Cave,  1684-1702.  Died  1702.  Father 
of  John  (1702). 

LAMBERT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  13, 
1673-4.  S.  of  Francis,  of  Grange  in  Wensleydale,  Yorks. 
B.  there.  School,  Bainbrigg.  Matric.  1674;  B.A.  1677-8. 

LAMBERT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  24, 
1702.  S.  of  John  (1667),  clerk.  B.  at  South  Cave,  Yorks. 
School,  Beverley  (Mr  Lambert).  Matric.  1702;  B.A.  1705-6; 
M.A.  1709.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  1711.  R.  of  Foxholes, 
Yorks.,  1710-26.  R.  of  Halsham,  1726-37.  R.  of  Leven, 
1726-37.  Licensed,  York,  1713,  to  marry  Anne  Appleyard, 
of  Beverley.  Died  1737. 


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Lambert,  John 

LAMBERT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i8)  at  St  John's,  June  15, 

1733.    S.   of   John   (?  above),   clerk,   of    Yorkshire.    B.   at 

Kilham,  Driffield.  School,  Chesterfield,  Derbs.  (Mr  Burrow). 

Matric.  1733;  B.A.  1736-7.    Ord.  deacon  {Litt.  dim.  from 

York)  Nov.  1737;  C.  of  Brandesburton ;  priest,  Dec.  1738. 
LAMBERT,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Sidney,  May  11, 

1744.   Only  s.  of  John,  governor  of  Leicester  prison.    B.  at 

Leicester.    Schools,   Kirkby,  Leics.  and  Oakham.    Matric. 

1744.    One  of  these  names  ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  11, 

1749-50;  priest,  June  10, 1750.  R.  of  Foston,  Leics.,  1750-91. 

Died  Mar.  16,  1791. 
LAMBERT,  JOSEPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1627; 

B.A.  1630-1; M.A.  1634. 
LAMBERT,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Jan.  22, 

166&-7.    S.  of  Robert,  woollen-draper,  of  Hull,  Yorks.    B. 

there.  School,  Hull  (MrCatlyn).  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1670-1; 

M.A.  1674.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1671;  priest.  May,  1676. 

V.  of  Beverley  Minster,  1671-81.   Master  of  Beverley  School, 

1674.    Perhaps  V.  of  Waghen,  1679-81.   Died  1716-   Father 

of  Robert  (1693). 
LAMBERT,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  5, 

1700.    S.  of  William  (1663),  clerk.    B.  at  Hornsea,  Yorks. 

School,  Beverley  (Mr  Lambert).   Matric.  1700;  B.A.  1703-4; 

M.A.  1707.   Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1704;  priest,  1705.   V. 

of  Swire,  Yorks.,  1705.   Probably  V.  of  Sculcoates,  1720-6. 
LAMBERT,  JOSHUA.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Mar.  20,  1653-4- 

Of  Yorkshire.    Matric.  1654;  B.A.  1657-8;  M.A.  1661.   Ord. 

deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  Apr.  11,  1661.   Marriage  license 

(York)  1673;  Joshua  Lambert,  clerk,  40,  of  SpofEorth,  and 

Bridget  Walker,  33,  at  Kirkby  Overblow. 
LAMBERT,  JOSIAS.   Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Apr.  9,  1681.  S. 

of  Thomas.  B.  at  Hubberhokne,  Yorks.  School,  Giggleswick 

(Mr  Briggs). 
LAMBERT,  LIONEL.    Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 

1587. 
LAMBERT,  NATHANIEL.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  25, 

1662.  Of  Somerset.   Matric.  1662.   One  of  these  names,  s.  of 

Thomas,  of  South  Cadbury,  Somerset,  clerk,  matric.  from 

Magdalen  HaU,  Oxford,  July  17,  1663,  age  17.   [Al.  Oxon.) 

LAMBART,  NEHEMIAH.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Lent, 
1660-1;  B.A.  1664-5;  M.A.  1668.  Subscribed  for  priest's 
orders  (London)  June  1,  1667.  Master  of  Camberwell 
Grammar  School,  1687-1700.  R.  of  Thundersley,  Essex, 
1689-1700.   Died  Mar.  26,  1700.   M.I.   Admon.,  P.C.C. 

LAMBERT,  NICHOLAS.   B.A.  1494-5- 

LAMBERT,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 

1609. 
LAMBERT,  NICHOLAS.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 

Mar.  15,  1711-2.   S.  of  Henry.   B.  at  Gainsborough,  Lines. 

School,  Gainsborough  (Mr  Waterworth).   Matric.  1712;  B.A. 

1715-6;  M.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1719;  LL.D.  1728  [Com.  Reg.). 

Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1717.    Died  at  Bath,  May  14,  1736- 

{T.  A.  Walker;  G.  Mag.) 
LAMBERT,  PHILIP.    Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1615; 

B.A.  1619-20;  M.A.  1623. 

LAMBERT,  RALPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  1595-6. 
LAMBARTE,  RICHARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs. 

1552. 
LAMBERT,  RICHARD.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1594. 

LAMBERT,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1609. 

LAMBERT,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
i6ii.  B.  in  St  Peter  Hungate,  Norwich.  B.A.  1613-4;  M.A. 
1617.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  21,  1617,  age  24;  priest, 
Mar.  I,  1617-8.   C.  of  Grinstead,  Surrey. 

LAMBERT,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr. 
21,  1693.  S.  of  Joseph  (1666-7),  clerk,  of  Beverley,  Yorks. 
School,  Beverley  (under  his  father).  Matric.  1693;  B.A. 
1696-7;  M.A.  1700;  B.D.  1707;  D.D.  1718.  Fellow,  1699. 
Lady  Margaret  preacher,  1722-34.  Master,  1727-35.  Vice- 
Chancellor,  1727-8,  1729-30.  Ord.  priest  (London)  Jan.  6, 
1705-6.  Died  Jan.  25,  1734-5-  Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1735- 
Benefactor  to  the  College.   {College  History,  220.) 

LAMBERT,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr. 
25,  1709.  S.  of  Benjamin,  woollen-draper.  B.  at  Beverley, 
Yorks.  School,  Beverley  (Mr  Lambert).  Matric.  1709;  B.A. 
1712-3;  M.A.  1716.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1714;  priest, 
1716.   Probably  V.  of  Hessle,  Yorks.,  in  1756. 

LAMBERT,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 

1588.    One  of  these  names,  of  Colchester,  Essex,  adm.  at 

Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  1,  1591-2. 
LAMBERT,  THOMAS.    Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1620.    Of 

Kent.   Migrated  to  St  John's.   Matric.  1622;  B.A.  1623-4. 


Lambton,  William 

LAMBERT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1626; 
B.A.  1O29-30;  M.A.  1634.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Stanford, 
Norfolk,  till  his  death,  1662. 
LAMBERT,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  Apr. 
9,   1656.    S.  of  Edmund,   Esq.    B.  at  Boyton,  Wilts.    Of 
Boyton,  Wilts.    Married  Eleanor,  dau.  of  Edward  Topp,  of 
Stockton,  Esq.   Died  1692.   (Hoare,  WiUs.,  1.  203.) 
LAMBERT,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Trinity,  Feb.  8, 
1718-9.   S.  of  Josiah,  of  Watsfield,  near  Kendal,  Westmor- 
land.  Matric.  1720;  Scholar,  1721;  B.A.  1723-4;  M.A.  1727- 
V.  of  Sedbergh,  Yorks.,  1727-41.  V.  of  Thorpe,  near  HaniVich, 
c.  1741;  and  afterv/ards  R.  of  Melton,  Suffolk.    Father  of 
James  (1760),  for  whom  see  D.N.B. 
LAMBERT,   WILLIAM.    B.A.   1470-1.    Probably  s.  of  John, 
alderman  of  London  (M.I.  at  Hinxworth,  Herts.).    Preb.  of 
St  Paul's,  1480-93.  R.  of  St  Leonard,  Foster  Lane,  1481-93. 
Died  1493. 
LAMBERT,  WILLIAM.    B.A.  1493-4-    Of  Sutton,  Lines.   M.A. 
1497-8;  B.D.  1505-6  (?  1509-10);  D.D.  1519-20.    Fellow  of 
Pembroke,  1494;  President,  1514.    Proctor,  1505-6.    Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)   Mar.   16,   1498-9;  priest.  Mar.  31,   1499. 
University  preacher,  1505-6.  R.  of  All  Hallows,  Honey  Lane, 
London,  1517-22.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1522. 
LAMBARTE,   WILLIAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,   Easter, 

1549- 
LAMBERT,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  25, 

1595-6.  Matric.  1596;  B.A.  1599-1600. 
LAMBERT,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1603.  B.  at  Keswick,  Cumberland.  B.A.  1606-7;  M.A.  1610. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  June  3,  1610,  age  25;  C.  of  Braintree, 
Essex;  priest,  Dec.  22,  1611.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Little 
Waldingfield,  Sufiolk,  1629-61.  Buried  there  Dec.  30,  1661. 
LAMBERT,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 

1626. 
LAMBERT,  WILLIAM.    {Gallicus.)   M.A.  1629. 
LAMBART,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  (age  15)   at  St  John's, 
Oct.  26,  1663.  S.  of  Robert,  mercer,  of  Hull,  Yorks.  B.  there. 
School,  Pocklington  (Mr  Clarke).  Matric.  1663;  B.A.  1667-8; 
M.A.  1671.    Ord.  priest  (York)  Sept.  1673-    V.  of  Hornsea, 
Yorks.,  1675-1722.    Preb.  of  York,  1689-1722.    Died  1722. 
Father  of  Joseph  (1700). 
LAMBINGE,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi, 

Easter,  1583. 
LAMBKIN,  ISAAC.   Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1617; 

B.A.  1620-1. 
LAMKYNG,   JOHN.     B.A.    1525-6.     Perhaps  V.   of  Shalford, 

Essex,  1517-59.  Died  1559.  Will  (Comm.  C.  Essex)  1559. 
LAMBKIN,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  1589.  Of 
Hertfordshire.  Migrated  to  Queens',  1593.  B.A.  1593-4; 
M.A.  1597.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Apr.  25,  1600.  R.  of 
Themilthorpe,  Norfolk,  1600.  R.  of  Hackford,  1602-17.  V. 
of  Whitwell,  1602-17. 
LAMBLEorLEMLEY,  JOHNDE.  Carmelite  of  Cambridge.  Ord. 

acolyte  (Ely)  May  18,  1350;  deacon  Apr.  2,  1351- 
LAMBTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  June 
9,  1642.  S.  of  John,  of  Durham.  B.  there.  Bapt.  at  St 
Oswald's,  July  18,  1624.  Schools,  Durham  (Mr  Smelt)  and 
Lynn.  Matric.  1642.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  7,  1643. 
Married  Margaret,  dau.  of  Michael  Hall,  of  Consett,  June  22, 
1650.  Buried  at  Crossgate,  Durham,  Aug.  20,  1654.  (Peile, 
I.  481;  Surtees,  11.  175;  H.  M.  Wood.) 
LAMBTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  16, 
1697.  Of  Northumberland.  S.  of  Robert.  School,  Durham. 
Matric.  1697;  Scholar,  1698;  B.A.  1701-2.  Ord.  priest 
(Durham)  Sept.  24,  1704.  R.  of  Middleton  St  George, 
Durham,  1705-22.  Probably  chaplain  in  the  Navy,  1712. 
P.C.  of  Alnwick,  Northumberiand,  1718-22.  WiU  dated, 
1731-2- 
LAMBTON  or  LAMPTON,  RALPH.  Matric  FeU.-Com.  (age  12) 
from  St  John's,  Michs.  1568.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Lambton.  Of 
Lambton,  Esq.  Biu-ied  Dec.  10,  1593.  Father  of  William 
(1606).  (Vis.  of  Durham.) 
LAMBTON  or  LAMPTON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from 
St  John's,  Michs.  1606.  S.  of  Ralph  (1568).  Bapt.  Nov.  16, 
1589.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  3,  1608;  'of  Lambton, 
Durham,  gent.'  Knighted  at  Newmarket,  Mar.  17,  1614-5. 
Captain  of  a  troop  of  horse  in  the  Royal  Army.  Slain  at 
Marston  Moor,  July  2,  1644.  (Vis.  of  Durham,  1666.) 
LAMBTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Sept.  17,  1639.  S.  of  Sir  WiUiam,  Knt.,  of  Lambton,  Durham. 
B.  at  Rufford,  Notts.  School,  Durham  (Mr  Smelt).  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Aug.  2,  1640.  Captain  of  a  troop  of  horse  in 
the  Royal  Army.  Fatally  wounded  at  Wakefield,  1643. 
Buried  in  York  Minster,  July  5,  1643.  (Vis.  of  Durham,  1666; 
M.  H.  Peacock.) 


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Lamerton,  William 

LAMERTON,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  Caius,  1712.  B.  at 
Marhamchurch,  Cornwall.  Matric.  from  Exeter  College, 
Oxford,  May  23,  1683;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1687.  Chaplain  in  the 
Navy,  1688-1702.  V.  of  Alveley,  Essex,  1698.  R.  of  Fish- 
bourne,  Sussex,  to  1 713;  of  Bedhampton,  Hants.,  1713-32- 
Buried  Dec.  5,  1732-   (Venn,  i.  526.) 

LAMLEY,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  June  21,  1606. 

LAMLY,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhousk,  July  2,  1580. 
Matric.  1580. 

LAMLEYE,  SIMON.  B.C.L.  in  1366.  (Cal.  of  Papal  Petitions.) 

LAMMES,  LIVINUS.  Carmelite  of  Cambridge.  Ord.  priest  (Ely) 
Sept.  18,  1456.   (B.  Zimmerman.) 

LAMMAS,  STEPHEN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  May  17, 
1654.  S.  of  Stephen,  of  Hertfordshire.  School,  Bishop's 
Stortford  (Mr  Leigh).  Matric.  1654;  B.A.  1657-8;  M.A.  1661. 

LAMMAS,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1604;  B.A.  1607-8;  M.A.  1611.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept. 
21,  1607,  age  24;  C.  of  Hingham,  Norfolk;  priest,  Dec.  18, 
1608.  V.  of  Tottington,  1611-3.   R.  of  Scoulton,  1612-24. 

LAMMER,  JOHN.  M.A.  (?  of  Cambridge).  R.  of  St  Ann, 
Aldersgate,  London,  1446-54.  R.  of  Hartest,  Sufiolk,  1453; 
and  of  Boxted;  exchanged  these  for  Reed,  Herts.,  1477. 

LAMNER  or  LOOMER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar 
from  Eton,  1458. 

LAMONT,  ANDREW.  D.D.  1664  (Lit.  Reg.).  Already  M.A. 
Perhaps  from  Scotland  (his  grandfather,  Alan,  of  Sconic, 
Fife).  S.  of  Andrew,  D.D.,  R.  of  Thwing,  Yorks.  R.  of 
Beesley,  Surrey.   {Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 

LAMOTTE,  CHARLES.  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1713;  DD-  1728 
{Com.  Reg.).  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar.  12,  1703-4,  as 
'B.A.  of  Trinity  College';  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24,  1704. 
V.  of  Weekley,  Northants.,  1704-22.  R.  of  Warkton,  1714- 
42.  R.  of  Scaldwell,  1722-42.  Chaplain  to  Prince  of  Wales. 
Chaplain  to  the  first  troop  of  Guards;  and  to  the  Duke  of 
Montagu.  F.R.S.,  1727.  Died  at  Warkton,  Jan.  21,  1741-^- 
Buried  there.  Will,  P.C.C.  (G.  Mag.) 

LAMOTTE,  JAMES.   M.A.  1635-6  {Lit.  Reg.). 

LAMPARED, .   B.Can.L.  1456-7. 

LAMPLEY,  JOHN.   B.D.  1533-4-  Canonicus. 

LAMPLUGH,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St 
John's,  Feb.  17,  1662-3.  S.  of  John,  merchant,  of  Beverley, 
Yorks.  B.  there.  School,  Grantham  (Mr  Stokes).  Matric. 
1663.  Died  as  a  student.  Buried  at  St  Clement's,  Cambridge, 
Feb.  2,  1663-4. 

LAMPLUGH,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1602.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Edward,  of  Cockermouth,  Cumber- 
land, Esq.,  deceased;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  24,  1604.  One 
of  these  names  knighted  Dec.  16,  1616. 

LAMPLUGH,  HUGH.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1708.  B.  at  Bishopthorpe,  Yorks.  (grandson  of  Thomas,  the 
Archbishop).  Matric.  Easter,  1709.  Died  Dec.  1710. 

LAMPLUGH,  JOSIAH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1642.  Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1645-6;  M.A.  1649;  B.D. 
1657.  Fellow.  1647-9,  ejected;  and  1654-9.  R.  of  Yelden, 
Beds.,  1664-75.  Buried  there  May  10,  1675.   (W.  M.  Noble.) 

LAMPLUGH,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Michs.  1624.  Of  Yorkshire.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  William, 
of  Lebberston,  Yorks.;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  3,  1626. 
One  of  these  names  called  to  the  Bar,  Gray's  Inn,  June  5, 
1657. 

LAMPLOUGH,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse, 
May  9,  1685.  Of  Yorkshire.  School,  Thornton,  Y'orks. 
Matric.  1685;  Scholar,  1685.  Migrated  to  Trinity  Hall,  Oct. 
5,  1687.   LL.B.  1690. 

LAMPLUGHE,  STEPHEN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's, 
July  9,  1629.  S.  of  Kentigem.  B.  at  'Wegdom'  (?  Wigton), 
Cumberland.  School,  Blencowe  (Mr  Wilkinson).  Matric. 
1629. 

LAMPLUGH,  THOMAS.  D.D.  1668  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S. 
of  Thomas,  of  Dovenby,  Cumberland.  Matric.  from  Queen's 
College,  Oxford,  Oct.  10,  1634,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1639; 
M.A.  1642;  B.D.  1657;  D.D.  1660.  Fellow  of  Queen's,  1642. 
Principal  of  St  Alban  HaU,  1664-73.  R.  of  Binfield,  Berks., 
1659.  R.  of  Charlton-on-Otmoor,  Oxon.,  1659.  R.  of  St 
Anthony,  London,  1664-71.  Archdeacon  of  London,  1664- 
76.  Preb.  of  Worcester,  1669-76.  V.  of  St  Martin-in-the- 
Fields,  London,  1670-6.  Dean  of  Rochester,  1673-6.  Bishop 
of  Exeter,  1676-88.  Archbishop  of  York,  1688-91.  Died  May 
5,  1691.  Buried  in  York  Minster.   {Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

LAMPLUGH,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  1605; 
B.A.  from  Christ's,  1609;  M.A.  1612.  Will  of  one  of  these 
names  (Cons.  C.  London)  1637;  M.A.,  of  Sion  College,  London. 
{Cal.  Dom.  Papers,  1623-5.) 


Lancaster,  John 

LAMPLUGH,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
May  26,  1666.  S.  of  George,  merchant.  B.  at  York.  School, 
Hull  (Mr  Catlin).  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1669-70;  M.A.  1673- 
Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  24,  1670.  V.  of  Hatfield  Peverel, 
Essex,  1672-82.  V.  of  Dagenham,  1682-1705.  Preb.  of 
Ripon,  1689-1705.  Buried  at  Dagenham,  Jan.  21,  1704-5. 
Will  (Cons.  C.  London)  1705.   {Scott-Mayor.) 

LAMPLUGH,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
June  I,  1688.  S.  of  Robert.  B.  at  Scarborough,  Yorks. 
School,  Wykeham.  Matric.  1688;  B.A.  1691-2;  M.A.  1695. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  May  22,  1692;  priest,  1693.  C.  of  Wake- 
field, 1693-9.  V.  of  Brodsworth,  Yorks.,  1700-20.  R.  of 
Sprotborough,  1701-18.    R.  of  Hemsworth,  1718-27.    Died 

1727.  Father  of  William  (1720). 

LAMPLUGH,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 

June  25,  1713.  S.  of  John,  attorney.  B.  at  Oundle,  Northants. 

Bapt.  June  8,  1696.   School,  Oakham  (Mr  Wright).   Matric. 

1713;  B.A.  1716-7.  One  of  these  names,  'M.A.,'  R.  of  Earl 

Soham,  Sufiolk,  1727. 
LAMPLUGH,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  St  John's,  July  9, 

1720.   S.  of  William  (1688),  R.  of  Sprotborough.    B.  there. 

Schools,  Wakefield    (Mr  Clark)   and   St   Martin's  Library, 

London  (Mr  Richardson).   Matric.  1720;  B.A.  1724-5;  M.A. 

1728.  Liu.  dim.  from  York  for  priest,  Dec.  1730.  Preb.  of 
Ripon,  1746-76.  V.  of  Dewsbury,  1761-76.  Married  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Thomas  Dobson,  of  Cottingley.  Died  at  Knares- 
borough.  May  7,  1776,  aged  72.  Buried  at  Bingley.  M.I. 
(M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LAMPLOUGH, .   B.A.  1484. 

LAMPORT,  RICHARD.  Fee  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1462. 
Probably  of  Corpus  Christi,  in  1471. 

LAMPTON,  see  LAMBTON. 

LANCASHIRE  or  LANKESHIRE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from 
St  John's,  Easter,  1578;  B.A.  1581-2. 

LANCASHIRE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's, 
July  6,  1671.  S.  of  James.  B.  at  Manchester.  School,  Man- 
chester (Mr  Wiggins).  Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1674-5;  M.A.  1678. 
Ord.  deacon  (Loudon)  Sept.  23, 1677.  V.  of  Mattersey,  Notts., 
1680-5.  V.  of  Harworth,  1685-1718.  Preb.  of  Southwell, 
1705-19.  Died  Oct.  13,  1719.   {Peile,  11.  39;  F.M.G.,  604.) 

LANCASTER,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Jan.  12, 
1699-1700.  S.  of  Matthew,  coachman,  of  Cambridge.  B. 
there.  Schools,  Perse,  Cambridge  (Mr  Sparkes)  and  Bishop's 
Stortford  (Mr  Tuke).  Matric.  1700;  Scholar,  1700-2.  Migrated 
to  Emmanuel,  June  4,  1702.  B.A.  1703-4;  LL.B.  1707.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  30,  1705;  priest  (London)  July  1,  1706. 
R.  of  Streathall,  Essex,  1706-40;  of  Wendon  Lofts,  1707-40. 
Died  1740.  Will  (Comm.  C.  Essex)  1740.   {Venn,  1.  504.) 

LANCASTER,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  1634;  B.A.  1637-8;  M.A.  1649.  R.  of  Bolton-by- 
Bolland,  Y'orks.,  1642-8.  Perhaps  V.  of  Masham,  1649-52. 
R.  of  Bumsall,  in  1657.  Biuned  there  Dec.  30,  1694.  Father 
of  the  next. 

LANCASTER,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  13)  at  Caius, 
c.  Sept.  1657.  S.  of  Christopher  (above),  R.  of  Bumsall, 
Yorks.  B.  at  Bolton-by-Bolland,  Yorks.  School,  Bumsall 
(Mr  Clarke).  Scholar,  1657-60.  Migrated  to  Trinity,  Dec.  24, 
i66o.  B.A.  1661-2.  Ord.  priest  (York)  1667.  V.  of  Aysgarth, 
Yorks.,  1667-82.   {Venn,  i.  399.) 

LANCASTER,  CLEMENT.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1591. 
Probably  5th  s.  of  Hugh,  of  Lidgate,  Suffolk.  B.A.  from 
Magdalene,  1595-6.  Brother  of  Matthew  (1591)-  (J-  Ch. 
Smith.) 

LANCASTER,  CUTHBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene, 
Michs.  1579;  B.A.  1584-5;  M.A.  1588.  Ord.  deacon  and 
priest  (Peterb.)  May  20, 1585.  R.of  Stanmer,  Sussex,  1603-14. 
Buried  Jan.  31,  1613-4. 

LANCASTER,  HUGH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Christ's,  Oct.  15, 
1629.  S.  of  Matthew.  B.  at  Dunham,  Norfolk.  School, 
HilUngton,  Norfolk  (Mr  Amyrant).  Matric.  1629;  B.A.  1633- 
4;  M.A.  1637.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Feb.  18,  1637-8;  priest 
(Norwich)  Sept.  25,  1642;  C.  of  Flitcham,  near  HilUngton. 
R.  of  Stonham  Eari,  Sufiolk,  1647-   {Peile,  1.  402.) 

LANCASTER,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1562. 
One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1564. 

LANCASTER,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  28,  1587.  Of  Prescot,  Lanes.  Doubtless  3rd  s. 
of  Thomas,  of  RainhiU,  Lanes.  Matric.  1587;  B.A.  1591-2; 
M.A.  1595.  Fellow,  1590-7.  'Beneficed  in  Oxfordshire' 
{Harwood).  Preb.  of  Cashel,  i6io-6.  Treasurer  of  Lismore, 
1610-7.  Preb.  of  Lismore,  1610-9.  Preb.  of  Cloyne,  1610-3. 
Preb.  of  Limerick,  1610-2.  One  of  these  names  chaplain  to 
James  I.  Bishop  of  Waterford,  and  Lismore,  1607-19;  died 
at  Waterford,  1619.  Buried  in  the  Cathedral.  Brother  of 
Richard  (1589)  and  Thomas  (1586).  {History  of  King's 
College,  106;  D.N.B.;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 


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Lancaster,  John 

LANCASTER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Caius,  Mar.  31,  1619.  Of 
Wisbech.  School,  Wisbech  (Mr  Dymont). 

LANCASTER,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1603-4;  M.A.  1607. 
One  of  these  names  (M.A.),  ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Feb.  22, 
1623-4.  V.  of  West  Barsham,  Norfolk,  1623.   Died  1634. 

LANCASTER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Aug.  22,  1745-  B. 
at  Hurstmonceaux,  Sussex.   Matric.  1745. 

LANCASTER,  JOSHUA.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Christ's,  June 
26,  1704.  S.  of  Edward.  B.  at  Askham,  Westmorland. 
School,  Lowther  (Mr  Lodge  and  Mr  Trant).  Scholar,  1702; 
B.A.  1705-6.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1706;  priest,  Sept. 
1707.  V.  of  Wighill,  near  Tadcaster,  Yorks.,  1712-39.  V.  of 
Walton,  1715-39.   (Peile,  11.  154.) 

LANCASTER,  MATTHEW.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs. 
1562.  Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Lidgate,  Suffolk.  Died  s.p. 
Uncle  of  the  next. 

LANCASTER,  MATTHEW.  Matric.  pens,  from  Sx  John's,  c. 
1591.  Probably  3rd  s.  of  Hugh,  of  Lidgate,  Suffolk.  One  of 
these  names,  of  Little  Wratting,  Suffolk,  gent.,  was  adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  June  6,  1597.  Brother  of  Clement. 

LANCASTER,  NATHANIEL.  B.D.  1647  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
Of  Lancashire.  S.  of  Gabriel,  of  Rainhill.  Matric.  from  All 
Souls,  May  10,  1622,  age  21;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1622;  M.A.  (?); 
B.D.  (Brasenose  College)  1634.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln,  Litt.  dim. 
from  Chester)  Dec.  20,  1624.  R.  of  Tarporley,  Cheshire,  1638- 
61.   Died  Jan.  9,  1660-1.  Father  of  the  next.    (E.  Axon.) 

LANCASTER,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  July  i,  1647. 
Of  Cheshire.  S.  of  Nathaniel  (above),  of  Tarporley,  Cheshire, 
clerk.  Matric.  1646.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  4,  1647-8. 
Adm.  to  the  Bar  in  Oct.,  1656.  Ancient,  1671.  Bencher,  1677. 
(See  A  I.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary.) 

LANCASTER,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs. 
1562;  B.A.  1564-5;  M.A.  1569.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Oct. 
22,  1572. 

LANCASTER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar 
from  Eton,  Sept.  6,  1589.  Of  Rainhill,  Lanes.  Doubtless  4th 
s.  of  Thomas,  of  RainhiU,  Lanes.  Matric.  1589;  B.A.  1593-4; 
M.A.  1597;  B.D.  1605;  D.D.  1615.  Fellow,  1592-1613.  In- 
corp. at  Oxford,  1601.  Chaplain  to  Prince  Henry.  R.  of 
Little  Bardfield,  Essex,  1613-6.  Died  j6i6.  Brother  of 
Thomas  (1586)  and  John  (1587).  [Harwood;  Chetham  Society, 
LXXXl.  118.) 

LANCASTER,  ROBERT.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1586. 
LANCASTER,   ROGER.    B.A.   1477-8;  M.A.   1481.    FeUow  of 

Peterhouse,     1481-1503.     Travelling     abroad     in     1490. 

Described  as  'Doctor';  perhaps  M.D.  at  a  foreign  university; 

and  incorp.  1495-6.   Donor  of  plate  to  the  College.    (T.  A. 

Walker.) 
LANCASTER,   SAMUEL.     Adm.   sizar   at   Queens',   Jan.    31, 

1620-1.  Of  Oxfordshire.   Doubtless  s.  of  John,  and  nephew  of 

Thomas  (1586),  whom  he  succeeded  at  Hellingley.   Probably 

ord.  deacon  (Bangor)  Apr.  29,  1627;  priest,  Jan.  3,  1627-8. 

V.  of  Hellingley,  Sussex,  1630-45.    Buried  there  Aug.  17, 

1645. 
LANCASTER,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi, 

Easter,  1577. 
LANCASTER,  THOMAS.    Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar 

from  Eton,  Aug.  24,  1586.    Of  Rainhill,  Lanes.    Doubtless 

2nd  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Rainhill.    Matric.  1586;  B.A.  1590-1; 

M.A.  1594;  B.D.  1601.   Fellow,  1589-1606.  Ord.  deacon  and 

priest  (Lincoln)  Jan.  20,  1599-1600.  V.  of  Hellingley,  Sussex, 

1605-30.    Buried  Dec.   7,   1630.    Will,   P.C.C.    Brother  of 

Richard  (1589)  and  John  (1587).    (W.  C.  Renshaw.) 
LANCASTER,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  July  3,  1667. 

Matric.  1668;  B..\.  1670-1.    Ord.  priest  (Chester)  Dec.  19, 

1686,  age  40.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Linton,  Yorks.  Died 

1700. 
LANCASTER,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 

Apr.  24,  1693.  S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Hurstmonceaux,  Sussex. 

School,  Sedbergh  (Mr  Wharton).  Matric.  1696;  B.A.  1696-7; 

M.A.  1701.   Ord.  priest  (London)  May  26,  1700. 
LANCASTER,  TIMOTHY.   Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  July  3,  1667. 

Migrated   to  Christ's,   May  20,    1674.    B.A.    1674-5.    Ord. 

deacon  (York)  Sept.  20,  1674;  priest,  Dec.  23,  1677.   V.  of 

Aysgarth,  Yorks.,  1683-1709. 
LANCASTER,  WALTER.   M.B.  1539-40. 
LANCASTER,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  24, 

1643-4.   Matric.  1644. 

LANCASTER, .  B.A.  1476-7. 

LANCASTER, .   Incorp.  1495-6  [see  Roger  above). 

LANCASTER, .   Adm.  sizar  at  King's,  1557-8. 

LANKASTER,  .    Adm.  at  Peterhouse;  probably  pens. 

Mids.  1560. 


Lane,  Edmund 

LANCE,  WILLIAM,  see  LAUNCH. 

LANCE  (?  LAINE), .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Lent, 

1601-2. 

LANCETTER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  21)  at  Caius,  July, 
1625.  S.  of  Richard,  husbandman,  of  Dickleburgh,  Norfolk. 
Bapt.  there  Jan.  15,  1603-4.  At  school  under  Mr  Hall. 
Matric.  1625;  B.A.  1628-9;  M..\.  1632.  Licensed  as  school- 
master at  Diss,  Norfolk,  Jan.  11,  1629-30.  Probably  buried 
there  Mar.  3,  1646-7.   (Venn,  1.  272.) 

LANCHESTER,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Mar.  27,  1667.  S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman,  of  Manfield, 
Yorks.  B.  there.  School,  Coniscliffe  (Mr  Robinson).  Matric. 
1667;  B.A.  1670-1.  Ord.  deacon  (Chester)  June  29,  1671; 
priest  (York)  Sept.  22,  1672.  V.  of  Manfield,  Yorks.,  1674- 
1721. 

LANCTON,  see  LANGTON. 

LAND,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  Apr.  2,  1613.  Matric. 
1613;  B.A.  1616-7;  M.A.  1620;  B.D.  1627.  Fellow.  Incorp. 
at  Oxford,  1624,  as  'Laude.'  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  8; 
priest,  June  9,  1623.   R.  of  Honing,  Norfolk,  1630-43. 

LAND,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  Jan.  20,  1619-20. 
S.  of  John,  Esq.,  of  Plimpton,  Devon.  School,  Tiverton. 
Matric.  1620.   (Vis.  of  Devon,  1620.) 

LAND,  JOHN.  M.A.  1748  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of  Sebastian, 
of  Tiverton,  Devon,  gent.  Matric.  from  Balliol  College, 
O.xford,  Feb.  16,  1724-5,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1728;  M.A. 
1731.  Proctor,  1737-8.  R.  of  Marsh  Gibbon,  Bucks.,  i747- 
V.  of  Bampton,  Oxon.,  1751-7.  Died  June  14,  i757-  Will, 
P.C.C.    (At.  Oxon.) 

LAND,  LEWIS.  Adm.  scholar  at  Sidney,  Feb.  1602-3;  B.A. 
1606-7.  Probably  V.  of  Tamerton  Foliott,  Devon.  Will 
(Exeter)  1640. 

LAND,  TRISTRAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Nov.  13,  1719-  B.  at 
Greenwich.  Matric.  1720;  B.A.  1723-4;  M.A.  1727-  Fellow, 
1728.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  6,  1725-6;  priest.  Mar.  17, 
1727-8.  V.  of  Fumeaux  Pelham,  Herts.  C.  of  St  James', 
Garlickhithe;  and  lecturer  of  St  Anthony  and  St  John 
Baptist,  London,  in  1739.  V.  of  Brent  Pelham,  Herts., 
1742-65.  Died  Mar.  31,  1765,  aged  60.  Will,  P.C.C.  (Cole 
MS.,  5875,  28.) 

LANDEN,  BENET.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  June  17,  1675. 
Buried  at  St  Benet's,  Cambridge,  May  25,  1676. 

LANDER,  see  also  LAUNDER. 

LANDER  or  LANDERS,  ARTHUR.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  May 
20,  1686.  S.  of  Richard,  of  Lancashire,  Esq.  [S.  of  William, 
of  Hulme.  Bapt.  at  Winwick,  Mar.  17,  1666-7.]  Matric. 
1686;  Scholar,  1687;  B.A.  1689-90;  M.A.  1693,  as  Leander. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  21,  1691-2,  as  Launder.  In- 
herited the  estates  of  the  family  of  Launder,  of  New  Hall, 
Ashton-in-Makerfield.  Buried  at  Winwick,  Mar.  1702.  (E. 
Axon.) 

LANDERS,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Jesus,  June  9,  1679- 
Of  Lancashire,  Esq.  Probably  s.  of  William,  of  Hulme. 
Bapt.  at  Winwick,  Dec.  16,  1660.  Matric.  1679.  Buried  at 
Winwick,  Feb.  5,  1685-6.  Brother  of  Arthur  (1686)  (or  his 
cousin,  s.  of  John,  of  Newhall.  Bapt.  at  Winwick,  June  17, 
1661.   Buried  there,  Aug.  27,  1687).    (E.  Axon.) 

LANDRAKE  or  LANGRAKE,  HENRY.  Pens,  at  Gonville 
Hall,  1503.  Benedictine  monk  from  Norwich.  Prior  of 
Yarmouth  cell  in  1515.    (Venn,  1.  16.) 

LANDISDALE,  see  LANSDALE. 

LANDWADE, .   B.A.  1474-5;  M.A.  1479,  as  Langwade. 

LANE,  ADAM.   Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1568. 

LANE,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  July  2,  1662.  Of 
Bedfordshire.  Matric.  1662;  B.A.  1665-6.  Ord.  priest  (Ely) 
Sept.  24,  1670.  Signs  as  minister  of  Langford,  Beds.,  1670-5. 
Buried  at  St  John's,  Bedford,  Oct.  22,  1676.   (A.  Gray.) 

LANE,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1686.  Of 
Norfolk.  Matric.  1687;  B.A.  1690-1;  M.A.  1706.  Master  of 
Scarning  School,  1692.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  June,  1694; 
priest,  July,  1702.  R.  of  Little  Snoring,  Norfolk,  1717-44. 
V.  of  Hindringham,  1722.  Died  Nov.  i,  1744.  Father  of  the 
next.   (G.  Mag.;  Masters.) 

LANE,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  June  26,  1718. 
S.  of  Benjamin  (above).  B.  at  Seaming.  School,  Seaming, 
under  his  father.  Matric.  1718-9;  Scholar,  1718-22;  B.A. 
1721-2.  Master  at  Seaming,  1722.  Subscribed  for  deacon 
(Norwich)  Dec.  22,  1723;  for  priest,  Oct.  11,  1724.  R.  of 
Sharrington,  Norfolk.  Died  at  Seaming,  Mar.  19,  1732-3. 
M.I.  Will  (Norwich)  1733.   (Venn,  11.  10.) 

LANE,  EDMUND.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  8,  1676.  Of 
Sussex.  Matric.  1676;  Scholar,  1679;  B.A.  1679-80;  M.A. 
1683. 


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Lane,  Edward 

LANE,  EDWARD.  B.Civ.L.  1498;  B.Can.L.  1500-1;  D.Civ.L. 
and  D.Can.L.  1504-5.  Ord.  sub-deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  22,  1498. 
R.  of  Warkton,  Northants.,  1498-1510.  R.  of  Braybrooke, 
1504-8.  R.  of  Green's  Norton,  1508-10.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1510; 
as  of  St  Paul's,  London.   {Vis.  of  Northants.,  1564.) 

LANE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1622. 
School,  St  Paul's.  B.A.  1625-6;  M..-^.  1629.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1639.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  21;  priest,  Sept. 
22,  1628.  V.  of  North  Shoebury,  Essex,  1631-6.  V.  of 
Sparsholt,  Hants.,  1636-85.  R.  of  Lainston,  1637.  Perhaps 
R.  of  Northboume,  Kent,  1645.  Author,  religious.  Died 
Sept.  2,  1685.   Buried  at  Sparsholt.   (D.N.B.) 

LANE,  EDWARD.   Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Jan.  3,  1679-80. 

LANE,  ERASMUS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1655.  Of  Norfolk.  B.A.  1658-9;  M.A.  1662;  B.D.  1670. 
Fellow,  1662-82.  President.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  19, 
1663.  University  preacher.  R.  of  Little  Wilbraham,  Cambs., 
1679-1715.  Died  there  1715.  aged  75-   MI- 

LANE,  FRANCIS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1609. 

LANE,  FRANCIS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Jan.  24,   1636-7. 

Matric.  1637.  Migrated  to  Clare,  May  ii,  1638.  One  of  these 

names,  s.  of  Valentine,  R.  of  Stoke  Golding,  Bucks.   Bapt. 

Nov.  18,  1618.  Of  Barbadoes.   {Baker,  i.  297.) 
LANE,  FRANCIS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.   2,   1643. 

Probably  s.  of  William,  of  Glendon,  Northants.,  Esq.;  adm. 

at  Oundle  School,  Apr.  18,  1637,  age  9.  Matric.  1644.  Student 

at  the  Middle  Temple,  Jan.  29;  1646-7.    Of  Glendon,  Esq. 

Buried  at  Rothwell,  Northants.,  Nov.  29,   1689,  aged  61. 

Father  of  Thomas  (1673).   {Blore,  169;  Bridges,  i.  65.) 

LANE,  GEORGE.   Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1570. 

LANE,  GEORGE.  B.A.  1598  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  B.A.  from 
St  John's,  Oxford,  Feb.  25,  1597-8.  One  of  these  names  of 
East  Greenwich,  Kent,  clerk.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1642. 

LANE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Mar.  23, 
1686-7.  S.  of  George,  of  Newthorpe,  Notts.  School,  Alfreton, 
Derbs.  (Mr  John  Oldfield).   Matric.  1688;  B.A.  1691-2. 

LANE,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  27,  1658.  Of 
Nottinghamshire.  Matric.  1660;  Scholar,  1661;  B.A.  1661-2; 
M..A.  1665.  Fellow,  1664.  Taxor,  1675,  1689.  Senior  Proctor, 
1688-9.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  24,  1671;  priest,  June  2, 
1672. 

LANE  or  LAWNE,  ISAAC.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse, 
Michs.  1581;  B.A.  1583-4;  M.A.  1587. 

LANE,  JACOB.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  8,  1634-5.  Of 
Essex.  Matric.  1635;  B.A.  1638-9;  M.A.  1642.  R.  of  Little 
Tey,  Essex,  1650.  R.  of  Langenhoe,  1660-2.  C.  of  Epping, 
in  1664.    (H.  Smith.) 

LANE,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  22, 
1705.  S.  of  James.  B.  at  Hereford.  School,  Hereford  (Mr 
Treheame).  Matric.  1705;  B.A.  1708-9;  M.A.  1713-  Ord. 
deacon  (Llandaff,  at  Hereford)  May  27,  171 1;  priest,  June  15, 
1712.  One  of  these  names  preb.  of  Hereford,  1728-30. 
(F.  S.  Hockaday.) 

LAYNE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1552. 
Migrated  to  Queens'.  Scholar;  B.A.  1557-8;  M.A.  from 
Christ's,  1560;  B.D.  1564.  Fellow  of  Queens',  1556-7. 
Fellow  of  Christ's,  1557-64.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1579. 
Perhaps  V.  of  Sarratt,  Herts.,  1569-71.  V.  of  Bishop's 
Stortford,  1581-3.  R.  of  ChadweU,  Essex,  1600-5.  Buried 
there  Apr.  27,  1605.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1606. 

LANE,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Peterhouse,  Mids.  1558. 
Matric.  1558.  One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1562. 

LANE,  JOHN.  Resident  student  at  Trinity  Hall,  Aug.  1564. 

LAYNE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Lent,  1584-5. 

LANE,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1611;  B.A. 

1614-5;  M.A.  i6i8.   Signed  for  deacon's  orders  (York)  May 

26,    1616;   not  adm.   then,   as  under  age.     Perhaps  V.  of 

Bredgar,  Kent,  1623  (M.A.).  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Little 

Stambridge,  Essex,  1629. 
LAYNE,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1618.    Of 

Norfolk.   B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1627. 

Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24;  priest,  Sept.  25,  1626.  V.  of 

Barney,  Norfolk,  1627.   Perhaps  R.  of  Gaywood,  1635. 
LANE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter,  1641. 

Of  London.  B.A.  1644;  M.A.  1648.   Perhaps  chaplain  in  the 

Navy,   1656;  and  V.  of  Grays  Thurrock,  Essex,   1670-82. 

Admon.  (P.C.C.)   1682.    One  of  these  names  (M.A.),  R.  of 

Watlington,  Norfolk,  1657-70. 
LAINE,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 

1645. 
LANE,  JOHN.    Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1679.    Of  Norfolk. 

Matric.  Easter,  1680;  B.A.  1683-4;  M.A.  1687. 


Lane,  Samuel 

LANE,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1721-  B. 
at  Dedington,  Oxon.  Matric.  1721;  B.A.  1725-6;  M.A.  1729- 
Fellow,  1724.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1733.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
May  23,  1725;  priest,  June  16,  1728.  R.  of  Milton,  Cambs., 
1737.  V.  of  Newport,  Essex,  c.  1737-46.  KUled  by  robbers 
in  Epping  Forest,  Oct.  1746.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1746;  of 
Newport,  Essex.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1725).  {Harwood,  302.) 

LANE,  JOHN.   M.D.  1728  {Com.  Reg.). 

LANE,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Sidney,  1730.  S.  of  John,  of  Banbur>', 

Oxon.,  pleb.  Matric.  from  Wadham  College,  Oxford,  Feb.  15, 

1720-1,  age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1724. 

LANE,  JOSEPH.   Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter,  1657. 

S.  of  Bartholomew,  of  London,  gent.    B..\.  1660-1;  M.A. 

1664.  Fellow,  1662-4.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1664.  Adm.  at  the 

Middle  Temple,  Nov.  26,  1664.   Called  to  the  Bar,  June  2, 

1671.    Bencher,   Oct.   28,    1692.    Perhaps  F.R.S.,    1677-8. 

Buried  in  the  Temple  Churchyard,  June  28,  1728. 

LANE,  JOSEPH.    Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1718.   Of  Norfolk. 

S.  of  Benjamin  (1686),  R.  of  Little  Snoring.    Matric.  1717; 

B.A.  1721-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  1724;  priest,  June, 

1726.    R.  of  Sharrington,  Norfolk,  1732.    R-  of  Saxlingham, 

1733-58-  V.of  Field  DaUing,  1748-58.  Died  1758.  {Masters.) 

LANE,  MATTHEW.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Nov.  4,  1743.    Of 

Suffolk.    S.  of ,  clerk,  deceased.    Matric.  1744;  Rustat 

Scholar;  B.A.  1747-8.    Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  1749; 
priest,  Dec.  1750.    R.  of  Bamingham  Town,  Norfolk,  1750- 
97.   V.  of  Field  Dalling,  1758.    R.  of  Welbome,  1763-1800. 
R.  of  Scoulton,  1764-97. 
LANE,  NATHANIEL.    Matric.  sizar  (age  19)  from  Pembroke, 
Easter,  1631.    S.  of  Nicholas.    B.  in  Surrey.    B.A.  1634-5; 
M.A.   1638.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  9,  1639.    A  con- 
temporary at  Oxford. 
LANE,  OBADIAH.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  25, 
1751;  afterwards  pens.   Of  Longton,  Staffs.   S.  of  Obadiah, 
Esq.  School,  Winchester.  B.A.  1756;  M.A.  i759-  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1759.    Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  28,  1756.    Perhaps 
preb.  of  Lichaeld,  1767-80.    WiU  (P.C.C.)   1780,  of  one  of 
these  names;  of  Chester,  clerk. 
LANE,  PARRE.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  June,  1577-  S.  of 
Sir  Robert,  of  Horton,  Northants.,  Knt.    Knighted,  May  8, 
1604.  Resided  in  St  Peter's,  Northampton.  Married  Bridget, 
dau.  of  Robert  Tanfield,  of  Gayton. 
LANE,  PETER.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1628.  Of 
Norfolk.    B.A.   1632-3;  M.A.   1636.    Fellow,   1633.    Taxor, 
1640.    V.  of  Ospringe,  Kent,  1644.    R.  of  St  Benet,  Paul's 
Wharf,  London,  1662-88.  V.of  Paddington,  1669-88.  Buried 
there.  Will,  P.C.C. 
LAYNE,  RICHARD.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1571; 
B.A.  1575-6;  M.A.  1579.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  8,  1580. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Ingoldsby,  Lines.,  1580,  till  1581.  Died  1581. 
LANE,  RICHARD.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  from  Westminster,  1602. 
S.  of  Richard,  of  Courteenhall,  Northants.  Bapt.  at  Harpole 
(his  mother's  home),  Nov.  12,  1584.   Created  M.A.  (Oxford) 
1642;  and  D.C.L.  1643-4.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Feb. 
16,   1604-5.    Called  to  the  Bar,  Feb.   5,   1613.    Attorney- 
General  to  the  Prince  of  Wales,  1634.  Counsel  to  the  University, 
1635.    Serjeant-at-Law,   1643.    Knighted,   Jan.  4,   1643-4. 
Joined  the  King  at  Oxford.    Lord  Chief  Baron  of  the  Ex- 
chequer, 1644-5.   Lord  Keeper  of  the  Seal,  1645.   Followed 
Charles  II  into  exile.    Author  of  Reports  in  the  Court  of  the 
Exchequer,  1605-12.   Died  in  Jersey,  May  12,  1650.   Buried 
at  St  Heller's.    The  Duke  of  York  (brother  of  Charles  II) 
attended   the   funeral.     Father  of   the   next.     {Al.   Oxon.; 
D.N.B.) 
LANE,  RICHARD.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus,  Sept.  27,  1633. 
Of  Northamptonshire.    1st  s.  of  Sir  Richard  (above),  Lord 
Keeper.  B.  at  Kingsthorpe,  Northants.  Bapt.  at  All  Saints', 
Northampton,  Sept.  17,  1616.    Matric.  1633.    Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  Oct.  11,  1633.  Gentleman  of  the  bedchamber 
to  Charles  II.   {Bridges,  i.  353;  A.  Gray.) 
LANE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  28,  1646.  Matric. 
sizar  Easter,  1647.    Had  kept  some  terms  at  Oxford.    One 
of  these  names  C.  of  Bowers  Gifford,  Essex,  in  1664. 
LANE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  May  11, 
1664.  S.  of  James,  barrister,  of  East  Retford,  Notts.  School, 
Carleton,   Notts.    Matric.   1664;   B.A.   1667-8;   M.A.   from 
Peterhouse,    1671.     Fellow   of   Peterhouse,    1669-82.    Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Dec.  22,  1678. 
LANE,  ROBERT.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1593.   B.  at 
Norwich.    B.A.  1596-7;  M.A.  1600;  B.D.  1608;  D.D.  1624 
{Lit.  Reg.).    Fellow,   1598.    Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  June  15, 
1606.    R.  of  Washington,  Durham,  1617-22.    R.  of  Ashton, 
Northants.,  1622-34.    Buried  in  St  John's  College  Chapel, 
June  II,  1634.  Will  proved  (V.C.C.  and  P.C.C.)  1634. 
LANE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Peterhouse,  July  2, 
1652.  Of  Hereford. 


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Lane,  Thomas 

LANE,  THOMAS.  Master  of  Pkterhouse,c.  1436-73.  Perha^ 
LLB.  Preb.  of  UchficW.  1421-73-  R.  of  Northwold,  Norfolk, 
1442-66.  V.  of  Gt  Shelford,  Cambs.,  1465.  Founded  a 
chantry  in  Little  St  Mary's,  Cambridge.  Generous  benefactor 
to  Peterhouse.  ('/".  A.  Walker.) 
LANE,  THOMAS.  Pens,  at  Gonville  Hall,  c.  1440.  (Venn,  i.  8, 

where  he  is  confused  with  the  above.) 
LANE,  THOMAS.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1488; 
BA    1401-2:  M.A.   1496.    FeUow.    Ord.  sub-deacon  (Ely) 
Sept    20,   1494.    In  Harwood  he  is  entered  as  Jane,  and 
identified  with  the  Bishop  of  Norwich,  of  that  name. 
LANE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

Sept.  16,  1500.  Of  Windsor. 
LAYNE,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1572- 
Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  21,  1578,  age  24;  priest,  Dec.  i5»o. 
One  of   these  names   R.  of  Burmarsh,    Kent,   1593-1023. 
Buried  there  Oct.  20,  1623. 
LANE,    THOMAS.     M.A.    1602    (Incorp.    from    Oxford).     Of 
Gloucestershire,  gent.  Matric.  from  Queen  s  College,  Oxford, 
Feb.  22,  1593-4?  age  21;  B.A.  (Oxford)   1597;  M.A.  1600. 
Will  proved  (V.C.C,  Cambridge)  1607. 
LANE,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter    161 6; 
B.A.  1619-20;  M.A.  1623.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Stock- 
bury,  Kent,  1 63 1. 
LANE,  THOMAS.    Adra.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June,  1631.    Of 

Suffolk.   Matric.  1631. 
LANE,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  ii, 
1667.    S.  of  WiUiam,  gent.,  of  Lewes,  Sussex.    B.  there. 
School,  Chichester  (Mr  CoUins).   Matric.  1667.   Adm.  at  the 
Inner  Temple,  Nov.  25,  1666. 
LANE,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  7, 
1673.    S.  of  Francis  (1643),  gent.,  of  Glendon,  Northants. 
B.  there.  School,  Higham  Ferrers.  Matric.  1673;  B.A.  i677- 
8.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1678.  M.A.  from  Merton  CoUege,  1683; 
D  C  L    (Oxford)  1686.    FeUow  and  Bursar  of  Merton.   As  a 
Romanist  he  fought  and  was  taken  prisoner  at  the  Boyne, 
1689.  Advocate  of  Doctors'  Commons,  1695.   (U.N. a.) 
LANE,  THOMAS.    M.A.  from  Sidney,  1703.   S.  of  Robert,  of 
Burford,  Salop.    Matric.  from  Hart  Hall,  Oxford,  Apr.  2, 
1696,  age  17;  B.A.  (St  Mary's  Hall,  Oxford)  1700.    Master 
of  the  free  school  at  Newland,  Gloucs.,  1710.    V.  of  Awre, 
1720-1.  Died  Feb.  1742-3-   (Al.  Oxon.;  F.  S.  Hockaday.) 
LANE  THOMAS.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1725- 
S   of  John.    B.  at  Dedington,  Oxon.   Matnc.  Easter,  1726; 
BA   1729-30:  M.A.  1733-  FeUow,  1729-36.  Practised  physic 
at  Sevenoaks    and  Tonbridge,  Kent.    Died  at  Southover, 
Lewes.   Buried  at  Streat,  Sussex,  Apr.  7,  1779.   M.I.   Will, 
P.C.C.   Brother  of  John  (1721).   (Burke,  L.G.;  Harwood.) 
LANE   THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Sept.  21,  1748.   Of 
Middlesex.    Doubtless  s.  of  Thomas,  Master  in  Chancery. 
B    1730.    Matric.  1748-9-    Adm.  at  Lincoln  s  Inn,  July  24, 
1749.   Barrister-at-Law.  Married  Ebzabeth,  dau.  of  Thomas 
Raymond  Barker,  of  Gloucester.   Died  1779-   (Burke,  L.G.) 
LANE,  WILLIAM.   B.A.  1493-4-   Of  Sufiolk.   M.A.  1497;  B.D. 

1503.   FeUow  of  Pembroke,  1494. 
LANE    WILLIAM.    B.Can.L.   1527-8   (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
B.C.L.  (Oxford)  Feb.  15,   1522-3.    B.Can.L.  July  2    1526. 
D.Can.L.  (Cambridge)   1529-30.    Adm.  advocate    May  27, 
1532.    Principal  of  Burden  Hostel,  1530-1.    Perhaps  V.  of 
Irthlingworth,  1526-8.   (T.  A.  Walker.) 
LANE  WILLIAM.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1558.   Probably  buried  at  Little  St  Mary's,  Cambridge,  July 
16,  1559. 
LANE,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1613. 
LANE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1614. 
LANE    WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  1630.    Of 
Kent    B.A.  1635-6.   Probably  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  19, 
1638,  as  of  Canterbury.  CaUed  to  the  Bar,  Feb.  11,  1645-6. 
Bencher,  1669.    Reader,  1670. 
LANE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  Sidney,  May  7,  1638. 
S.  of  William,  Esq.    B.  at  Lewes,  Sussex.    School,  Lewes 
(Mr  Snatt).  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  2,  1640. 
LANE,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  29,  1655.   Of 
Nottinghamshire.    Probably  of  East  Retford,  Notts.;  adm. 
at  the  Inner  Temple,  1656;  barrister,  1664. 
LANE,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  22,  1658. 

Of  Northamptonshire. 
LANE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1674.  Of  Norfolk. 
He  was  M.A.  in  1681,  according  to  Masters. 


Langdale,  Marmaduke 


LANE, 
LANE, 


-.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1544. 
-.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1570. 


LANE, .   Pens,  of  Peterhouse,  1570-1. 

LANE, .  Matric.  from  St  John's,  c.  1594.  Perhaps  Robert 

(1593)- 
LANEY,  see  LANY. 

LANFITT,  PETER.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  Dec.  7, 
1642.   S.  of  Richard,  glover.   B.  at  Retford,  Notts.   School, 
Retford  (Mr  Stacy).   B.A.  1647-8.    Head  Master,  Sheffield 
Grammar  School,  1649-51.   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 
LANGE,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1570. 
B.  at  Richmond,  Yorks.    B.A.  1572-3;  M.A.  1576.    FeUow, 
1573-82.  R.  of  West  Wickham,  Kent,  1582-1619.  Died  1619, 
aged  76.   M.I.   WiU  (P.C.C.)  1621-2. 
LANG,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Feb.  9,  1685-6. 
S.  of  Zurishaddai.    B.  at  'Hever,'  Cheshire.    School,  Win- 
chester.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Mar.  27,  1686. 
LAYNG,  PETER.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1730. 
S.  of  Henry,  M.A.  of  Dublin.    Bapt.  at  WeUs,  Somerset. 
CoUeger  at  Eton,  1724-30.   B.A.  1734;  M.A.  1738.   Fellow, 
1734.   Ord.  deacon  (Rochester)  June  5,  i737;  priest,  Aug.  8, 
1742.    Assistant   Master  at   Eton,    1742.    R.   of   Everdon, 
Northants.,  1742-78.    R.  of  Farthingstone,  1745-78.    Suc- 
ceeded to  a  family  estate.    Author.    Died  May  15,   1778. 
Buried   at   Everdon.     Admon.    (Archd.    Northants.)    1778. 
(Baker,  i.  365;  Harwood;  H.  I.  Longden.) 
LANGE,  ROBERT.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1579- 
LANG,  SAMUEL.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1607; 
B.A. 1611-2;  M.A.  1615. 

LANG, .  B.Civ.L.;  D.Civ.L.  1478-9. 

LANGBAINE,  GERARD.    M.A.  1641  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).   S. 
of  WUUam,  of  Barton  Kirke,  Westmorland,  pleb.    School, 
Blencow,  Cumberland.  Matric.  from  Queen's  CoUege,  Oxford, 
Nov.  21,   1628,  age   19;   B.A.  (Oxford)    1630;  M.A.   1633. 
Created    D.D.    1646.     FeUow    of    Queen's,    Oxford,    1630. 
Provost,  1646-58.  Keeper  of  the  Archives,  1644-58.  Author 
of  literary  and  political  pamphlets.    Died  Feb.  10,  1657-8. 
Buried  in  Queen's  CoUege  Chapel.    WiU  (V.C.C,  Oxford). 
(Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 
LANGDALE,  ALBAN.   B.A.  1531-2.  Of  Yorkshire.   M.A.  1535; 
B.D.  1544;  D.D.  1554.   FeUow  of  St  John's,  1534-   Proctor, 
1539-40-    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1554.    Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Mar.  11,  1540-1;  priest,  1541.   University  chaplain,  1540-54. 
Preb.  of  Yorks.,  1S54-60.  Archdeacon  of  Chichester,  1555-9- 
R.  of  Buxted,  Sussex.    Preb.  of  Lichfield,  1559;  and  Chan- 
cellor of   the  Cathedral,    1559-60.    Chaplain   to   Anthony 
Browne,  Viscoimt  Montague.    Deprived  of  his  preferments, 
v/ithdrew  to  the  continent  where  he  spent  the  remainder  of 
his  life.  Author,  controversial  works.  (Cooper,  I.  509;  D.N.B.; 
Stokes,  Chaplains.) 
LANGDALE,  CHARLES.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1590.   S.  of  Guy,  of  Snainton,  Yorks.   B.  there.   Ord.  priest 
(London)  Dec.  20,  1607,  age  25.  C.  of  Grafiham,  Sussex.  One 
of  these  names  (B.A.),  V.  of  Hunmanby,  Yorks.,  1616-9. 
Died  1619.   (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1612.) 
LANGDALE,  CHRISTOPHER.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  4, 
1632.  Of  Yorkshire.   Matric.  1633,  as  Lagdale;  B.A.  1635-6. 
Probably  C.  of  WiUerby,  Yorks.   WiU  (York)  1641-2;  to  be 
buried  at '  Galmeton.' 
LANGDALE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Sept.  6,  1613.    B.  at  Horton,  Bucks.    Matric.  1614; 
B.A.  1617-8;  M.A.  1621.  FeUow,  1616-23.  Ord.  deacon  and 
priest  (London)  Dec.  19,  1619,  age  24.   Chaplain  to  the  Earl 
of  Northumberland.     R.   of  Newton  and  V.  of   Harston, 
Cambs.,   1624.    V.  of  Chippenham,   1633-40.    Died  1640. 
(Harwood.) 
LANGDALL,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1623; 
B.A.  from  St  John's,  1626-7.  Subscribed  for  deacon's  orders 
(Bristol)  Sept.  22,  1627;  for  priest's,  Sept.  21,  1628.    R.  of 
Cricket  St  Thomas,  Somerset,  1644-62,  ejected. 
LANGDELL,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age   16)  at  Caius,   Mar.  3, 
1658-9.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Gt  Bowden,  Leics.  B.  at  Colchester, 
Essex.     Schools,     Colchester     (Mr    Gouge),     Finchingfield 
(private;    Mr   Heywood)    and   Market   Harborough,   Leics. 
(Mr  Berry).    Matric.   1659;  Scholar,   1659-62;  B.A.   1662; 
M.A.  1668.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincohi)  Apr.  1,  1669;  C.  of  Cay- 
thorpe,  Lines.;  of  LiUey,  Herts.,   1672-6;  priest  (London) 
June,  1674.  V.  of  Goldington,  Beds.,  1676-81.   Buned  there 
June  17,  1681.   (Venn,  i.  405.) 
LANGDALL,  MARMADUKE.    Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius, 
June  21,  1584.  S.  of  Anthony,  gent.,  of  Houghton,  deceased. 
B.  at  Sancton,  Yorks.    Educated  there  by  Mr  Ri.  SeUer. 
Perhaps  V.  of  Helmsley,  Yorks.,  1603-5.  Died  1605.  {Venn, 
I.  121.) 


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Langdale,  Marmaduke 

LANGDALL,  MARMADUKE.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1613.  Only  s.  of  Peter,  of  Pighill,  near  Beverley. 
Knighted,  Feb.  5,  1627-8.  Distinguished  as  a  cavalry  com- 
mander in  the  civil  war.  Captured  at  Preston,  1648.  Escaped 
to  the  continent  and  entered  the  Venetian  service.  Created 
Baron  Langdale  by  Charles  II,  Feb.  4,  1657-8.  Died  at 
Holme,  Aug.  5,  1661.  Buried  at  Sancton,  Yorks.  (D.N.B.; 
G.E.C.) 

LANGDALE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Christ's,  Apr. 
21,  1651.  S.  of  Edward.  B.  at  Cottingham,  Vorks.  School, 
Kingston-on-HuU  (Mr  Shore).  Matric.  1651;  B..'^.  1663. 
Perhaps  V.  of  Sancton,  Yorks.,  1663-73. 

LANGDALE,   ROBERT.    Scholar  at  King's  H.\ll,    1387.    Of 

York  diocese.   Bachelor,  in  1409.   Left,  June  18,  1411.   Ord. 

acolyte  (Ely)  Mar.  27;  sub-deacon,  Apr.  lo;  priest,  Sept.  18, 

1395-    {Trin.  Coll.  Admissions,  i.) 

LANGDALE, .  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1544. 

LANGDALE, .  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 

1544- 
LANGDON,  GILBERT.  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1709.  S.  of  Tobias, 

of  Exeter.    Matric.  from  Exeter  College,  Oxford,  Mar.  27, 

1699,  age  18;  B.A.  (St  Mary  Hall,  Oxford)  1702.    Preb.  of 

Endellion,  Cornwall,  1713.    {Al.  Oxott.) 

LANGDON,  MICHAEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1536. 

LANGDON,  WALTER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1615.  Doubtless  s.  of  Walter,  of  Keverell,  Esq.  Age  21  in 
1620.  B.A.  1619-20.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1622.  Knighted, 
June  29,  1628.  Died  at  KevereU.  Buried  at  St  Martin-by- 
Looe,  Sept.  8,  1677.   (Vivian,  Vis.  of  Cornwall.) 

LANGFORD,  see  also  LONGFORD. 

LANGFORD,  CHARLES.   Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Feb.  8,  1682-3. 

Of  Dorset.   Matric.  1683;  B.A.  1686-7;  Scholar,  1687;  M.A. 

1709.    Probably  of  Wimbome  Minster,  clerk.    Will  dated 

Jan.  17,  1723-4.    Proved,  May  11,  1726.   (Oliver's  Antigua, 

II.  158.) 
LANDFORD,  GEORGE.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  1607. 

Matric.  1607;  Scholar;  B.A.  1610-1;  M.A.  1614;  B.D.  1622. 

V.  of  Mortlake,    Surrey,   1617-30.    V.  of   Henlow,   Beds., 

1631-41.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1649. 
LANGFORD,   GEORGE.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  9, 

1679;  pens.  June,  i68i.  Of  Nottinghamshire. 
LANGFORD,  HUMPHREY.   Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Easter, 

1655.    Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  25,  1655,  as  s.  and  h.  of 

William,  of  Langford  HUl,  Marhamchurch,  Cornwall,  gent. 

Succeeded   at   Langford   Hill.    M.P.   for  Camelford,    1685. 

Buried  in  Westminster  Abbey,  June  25,  1683.   M.I.    (Bibl. 

Cornub.,  in.) 
LANGFORD  or  LANKEFORD,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney, 

Aug.  I,  1612.  Perhaps  s.  of  Roger,  of  Ruthin,  Denbigh,  gent.; 

adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  14,  1612. 
LANGFORD,  JOHN.    M.A.  1616  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).    Prob- 
ably s.  of  John,  D.C.L.,  Chancellor  of  Worcester.    Matric. 

from  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  1581,  age  11 ;  B.A.  (New  College, 

Oxford)  1591;   M.A.  1594-5.    One  of  these  names  adm.  at 

Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  23,  1597;  of  Co.  Oxon.,  gent. 
LANGFORD,  JOHN.    M.A.  from  Jesus,   1669.    B.  at  Ruthin. 

Matric.  from  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  July  23,  1656;  B.A. 

(Oxford)   1659-60.    R.  of  Efenechtyd,  Denbighs.,  1663;  of 

Derwen,  1672;  and  of  Llanelidan,  1684.   {Al.  Oxon.) 
LANGFORD,  JOHN.   M.A.  from  Trinity,  1720.   Of  Aylsmore, 

Salop.  Matric.  from  All  Souls,  Oxford,  Apr.  30,  1712,  age  18; 

B.A.  (Oxford)  1716-7.   {At.  Oxon.) 
LANGFORD,  SIMON.    M.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1698.    S.  of 

J.,  of  Durwall,  Denbigh,  clerk.   Matric.  from  Jesus  College, 

Oxford,  May  6,  1691,  age  15;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1694-5.    R-  of 

Rhoscolyn,  Anglesey,  1710.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

LANGFORD,  THOMAS.  '  D.D.  from  Cambridge.'  B.  at  Maiden, 
Essex.  Dominican  friar  at  Chelmsford.  Flourished  c.  1420. 
Probably  author  of  a  Chronicle  and  other  works.  {Pits,  413: 
D.N.B.) 

LANGFORD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Sept.  14,  1684. 
S.  of  John,  deceased.  B.  at  Mansfield,  Notts.  School, 
Mansfield  (Mr  Ja.  Halcot).  Migrated  as  sizar  to  St  John's, 
Aug.  20,  1685,  age  15.  Matric.  1685;  B.A.  1689-90;  M..\. 
1693;  B.D.  1701.  Fellow,  1692-1712.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
June  3,  1694;  priest.  May  20,  1695.  R.  of  Gt  Snoring, 
Norfolk,  1710-33.   R.  of  Thursford,  1710-33.   {Scott-Mayor.) 

LANGFORD,  WILLIAM.    B.A.  from  Emmanuel,  1601-2;  M.A. 

1605. 
LANGFORTH, .  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1515-9. 

LANGHAM,  EDMUND.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1378.  Ex- 
pelled, May  19,  1385. 


Langhorne,  Lancelot 

LANGHAM,  JAMES.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Easter, 
1638.  S.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Cottesbrooke,  Northants.,  Esq. 
(afterwards  Knt.  and  1st  Bart.).  Matric.  1638.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Dec.  3,  1640.  M.P.  for  Northants.,  1656-8, 
for  Northampton,  1659-60,  1662.   Succeeded  as  2nd  Bart., 

1671.  F.R.S.,  1678.  Died  Aug.  22,  1699,  at  Kensington. 
Buried  at  Cottesbrooke.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1699.  Brother  of  John 
(1638)  and  William  (1642).   {G.E.C;  Northants.  Families.) 

LANGHAM,  JAMES.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Clare,  Sept.  25,  1714. 
S.  of  John  (1687),  4th  Bart.  B.  at  Gayton,  Northants.  Bapt. 
there,  Feb.  25,  1694-5.  Matric.  1 714.  Succeeded  as  5th  Bart., 
May,  1747.  Died  s./>.,  1749.  Buried  at  Cottesbrooke,  Aug.  14, 
1749.   WiU,  P.C.C.   (Burke;  G.£.C.;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

LANGHAM,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1626; 
B.A.  1629-30; M.A.  1633. 

LANGHAM,  JOHN.  Adm.  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  June,  1626.  2nd 
s.  of  Richard,  R.  of  Thomby,  Northants.  B.  there.  School, 
St  Laurence  Street,  London  (Mr  Rob.  Bell).  Migrated  to 
St  John's,  1627.  B.A.  1629-30.  Perhaps  ord.  priest  (Lincoln) 
Feb.  26,  1642-3,  as  M.A.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1634). 

LANGHAM,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  1638.  2nd 
s.  of  John,  of  Cottesbrooke,  Northants.  (afterwards  Knt.  and 
Bart.),  Esq.    Matric.  1638.   Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  22, 

1641.  Brother  of  James  (1638)  and  William  (1642). 
LANGHAM,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  12, 

1668.  S.  of  Richard  (?  1637),  clerk,  of  Wolfhamcote,  Warws. 
B.  there.  School,  Canterbury.  Matric.  1668;  B.A.  1671-2; 
M.A.  1675.    Signed  for  deacon's  orders  (London)  Sept.  21, 

1672.  C.  of  Littlebome,  Kent. 

LANGHAM,  JOHN.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  6, 

1676.   Of  Middlesex. 
LANGHAM,  JOHN.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Clare,  Oct.  26,  1687. 

Of  Walgrave,   Northants.    S.   of  Sir  William   (1642),   3rd 

Bart.    B.  c.  1670.    Matric.  1689;   M.A.   1690  {Com.  Reg.). 

Succeeded  as  4th  Bart.,  1700.    High  Sherifi  of  Northants., 

1703-4.  Died  May,  1747.  Father  of  James  (1714).    (G.E.C.) 
LANGHAM,  JOSEPH.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  8,  1644- 

5.   Of  London.   B.A.  1648-9. 
LANGHAM,    REGINALD.     'D.D.   of  Cambridge.'     Franciscan 

friar,  of  Norwich.   Flourished  c.  1410.   {Pits,  589.) 
LANGHAM,  RICHARD.    Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  17,  1637. 

Matric.  1637;  B.A.  1640-1.  One  of  these  names  (M.A.),  V.  of 

Littlebome,  Kent,  1661-75.    Died  1675.    Possibly  father  of 

John  (1668). 
LANGHAM,  SETH.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1613. 
LANGHAM,  THOMAS.   M.A.  from  Clare,  1634;  FeUow.   3rd  s. 

of  Richard,  of  Thomby,  Northants.,  priest.    Matric.  from 

Wadham   College,    Oxford,    May    12,    1626,    age    15;    B.A. 

(Oxford)    1630-1.     Ord.   deacon    (Peterb.)    Dec.    18,    1642. 

IBrother  of  John  (1626).   {Northants.  Families.) 
LANGHAM,   THOMAS.    Adm.   pens,   at   Emmanuel,   Mar.   9, 

1653-4.   Of  London.   Matric.  1654. 
LANGHAM,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  July 

3,   1742.    S.  of  John,  of  London.    B.  at  Newington-Butts, 

Middlesex.   'Grecian'  from  Christ's  Hospital.   Matric.  1742; 

B.A.  1745-6.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  17,  1753;  priest, 

June  9,  1754.  V.  of  Wickham  Skeith,  Suffolk,  1764-8. 
LANGHAM,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  23, 

1642.  4th  s.  of  Sir  John,  Bart.,  of  Cottesbrooke.  B.  c.  1625. 
Matric.  1642;  B.A.  1645-6.  FeUow  of  Peterhouse,  1646-50. 
Adm.  at  Leyden,  Nov.  13,  1647,  age  22.  M.D.  (Padua)  1648. 
Incorp.  at  Cambridge,  1652.  Hon.  Fellow  R.C.P.,  Dec.  1664. 
Knighted,  Dec.  14,  1671.  High  Sherifi  for  Northants.,  1671- 
2.  M.P.  for  Northampton,  1679-81,  1689-95.  Succeeded  as 
3rd  Bart.,  Aug.  1699.  Died  at  Walgrave,  Sept.  29,  1700. 
Buried  at  Cottesbrooke.  Brother  of  James  (1638)  and  John 
(1638),  father  of  John  (1687).  {Munk,  1.  332;  H.  I.  Longden; 
G.E.C.) 

LANGHAM, .   B.D.  1473-4;  D.D.  1482-3.  A  friar. 

LANGHORNE,  DANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Oct.  23,  1649. 

Of  London.    (S.  of  William,  of  Putney,  whose  will,  P.C.C., 

1654-5,  and  Mary,  dau.  of  Daniel  Axenbridge,  M.D.)  Matric. 

1649;  Scholar,  1652;  B.A.  1653-4;  M.A.  1657;  B.D.  from 

Corpus  Christi,   1664.    Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,   1663-71. 

Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  19,  1662;  priest.  Mar.  14,  1662-3. 

University  preacher,  1664.  C.  of  Cardington,  Beds.,  1664;  V. 

1668-9.    V.  of  Layston,   Herts.,   1670-81.    Antiquary  and 

historian.   Died  Aug.  10,  1681.   Admon.  (Cons.  C.  London). 

{N.  and  Q.,  2nd  S.,  vii.  78;  D.N.B.;  Masters,  329.) 
LANGHORN,  LANCELOT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  1597-8; 

B.A.  1600-1;  M.A.  1604;  B.D.  1613.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1614. 

R.  of  St  Martin,  Ludgate,  London,  1613.    Author,  Sermon. 

Died  Nov.  1614.   Will,  P.C.C.   {Peile,  i.  225.) 
LANGHORNE,  LANCELOT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 

1615.  Of  Yorkshire.  Doubtless  ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Apr.  1 ; 

priest,  July  17,  1632,  as  literate. 


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LANGHORN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  May 
27,1743.  S.of  Thomas,  husbandman,  of  Westmorland.  B.  at 
Kendal.  School,  Kendal  (Mr  Crackenthorpe).  Matric.  1743; 
B.A.  1746-7;  M.A.  1750.  Fellow,  1749-53-  t)rd.  deacon 
(London)  June  14,  1747;  priest  (York)  Feb.  19,  1748-9;  C.  of 
Holy  Trinity,  Hull.  Died  Mar.  6,  1752-3.  {Scott-Mayor,  111. 
536.) 

LANGHORNE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  May, 
1552. 

LANGHORNE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Pembroke, 
July  22,  1618.  S.  of  William,  of  Barnard's  Inn.  Matric. 
1618.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1619.  Called  to  the  Bar, 
Nov.  28,  1630.   (Vis.  of  Herts.,  1634.) 

LANGHORNE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Oct.  23, 
1649.  Of  Hertfordshire.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  William,  of 
Hitchin,  gent.;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  July  7,  1652.  East  India 
merchant.  Created  Bart.,  Aug.  28,  1668.  Purchased  Charlton, 
Kent.  Died  Feb.  26,  1714-5.  Buried  at  Charlton,  aged  85. 
M.I.    {G.E.C.;  Vis.  of  Herts.,  1634.) 

LANGLEY,  ADAM.  B.D.  1622  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Henry,  of  London,  merchant  taylor.  School,  Merchant 
Taylors'.  Matric.  from  St  John's  College,  Oxford,  June  22, 
1610,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1611;  M.A.  1615;  B.D.  1622.  R. 
of  Radnage,  Bucks.,  1623.  V.  of  Chesham  {nied.),  1624.  V.  of 
Bledlow,  1663.   Died  1663.   {At.  Oxon.) 

LANGLEY,  ADAM.  M.A.  from  King's,  1742.  S.  of  Adam,  of 
Westminster,  clerk.  Matric.  from  Trinity  College,  Oxford, 
Oct.  14,  1718,  age  15;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1722.  R.  of  West 
Horsley,  Surrey,  1727-58.  R.  of  St  Matthew,  Friday  Street, 
London,  1742-58.  Chaplain  to  Countess  of  Aylesford.  R.  of 
Everdon,  Northants.,  1779-89.  Buried  there  Apr.  6,  1789' 
M.I.   Will,  P.C.C.   {Al.  Oxon.;  Baker,  i.  365.) 

LANGLEY,  ANDREW.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  July 
28,  1709.  S.  of  Thomas  (1668),  clerk.  B.  at  Kingsbury,  near 
Birmingham.  School,  Tanworth  (Mr  Shaw).  Matric.  1709; 
B.A.  1713-4. 

LANGLEY  or  LONGLEY,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity 
Hall,  Jan.  4,  1732-3.  Of  Kent.  Matric.  Dec.  1732;  LL.B. 
1738.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  23,  1739.  R.  of  Fenstanton, 
Hunts.,  1739-50.  V.  of  Tong,  Kent,  1750-83.  V.  of  Eynes- 
ford,  1750^83.  P.C.  of  Ash,  1753-83.  Died  there  Feb.  13, 
1783.   (G.  Mag.) 

LANGLEY,  BONHAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  June  6, 
1745.  Of  Bridgnorth,  Salop.  Matric.  1745;  B..^.  1748-9. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  21,  1749;  priest,  Sept.  23,  1750. 
V.  of  Orston,  Notts.,  1760-9. 

LANGLY,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  May  29, 
1714.  S.  of  Francis,  barrister-at-law,  of  York.  B.  there. 
School,  York.   Matric.  1714. 

LANGLAYE,   CHRISTOPHER.    Adm.   Fell.-Com.   (age  20)   at 

Caius,  Oct.  17,  1584.  S.  of  Richard,  Esq.  B.  at  Ouse  Thorpe, 

Yorks.  School,  Pocklington  (Mr  Ellis).  Of  Millington,  Yorks., 

Esq.    Probably  died  Aug.  11,  1592.    (Venn,  i.  122;  Vis.  of 

Yorks.,  1584,  1665.) 
LANGLEY,  EDWARD.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  18,  1635. 

Of  Lincolnshire.   Matric.  1635;  B.A.  1638-9;  Scholar,  1639; 

M.A.  1642.  One  of  these  names,  of  Cambrooke,  Warws.,  clerk. 

WiU  (P.C.C.)  1655. 
LANGLEY,  FRANCIS.   Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 

1656.   Of  Suffolk.   Perhaps  s.  of  George,  of  North  Grimston, 

Yorks. 
LANGLEY,  FRANCIS.    Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  1677. 

Matric.  1677;  B.A.  1680-1;  M.A.  1684.    Fellow,  1684.   Ord. 

deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.   1683.    R.  of  Blundeston,  Suffolk, 

1690-2.   R.  of  Lound,  1690-1. 
LANGLEY,  GEOFFREY.    Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter, 

1616;  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1619-20;  M.A.  1623.   R.  of  Stoke 

St  Mary,  Ipswich,  1623-6. 

LANGLEY,  GEORGE.   B.A.  1539-40. 

LANGLEY,   GEORGE.     B.A.   from   St   Catharine's,    1611-2. 

Perhaps  C.  of  South  Claypole,  Lines.,  in  1611. 
LANGLEY,  GEORGE.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1620;  B.A.  1623-4,  as  'Longley';  M.A.  1627. 
LANGLEY,    GEORGE.     Matric.   sizar   from   Corpus   Christi, 

Easter,  1639.    Of  Lincolnshire.    B.A.  1642-3.    Ord.  deacon 

and  priest  (Lincoln)  Oct.  19,  1645. 
LANGLEY,  GILBERT.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1544.   Of  Lancashire.   B.A.  1546-7.   Fellow,  1549. 
LANGLEY,  GREGORY.   Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1571. 
LANGLEY,  HENRY.  Scholar  of  Christ's,  1602;  B.A.  (?  1602-3); 

M.A.  1606.   Probably  C.  of  Epworth,  Lines.,  1604.  Licensed 

to  preach  (York)  1610.   R.  of  Treswell  (med.),  Notts.,  161 1- 

36.   Died  1636.   (Peile,  i.  231.) 


Langley,  Robert 

LANGLY,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Michs.  1627. 

LANGLEY,  HENRY.  M.A.  1639  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Thomas,  of  Abingdon,  Berks.  Matric.  from  Pembroke 
College,  Oxford,  Nov.  6,  1629,  age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1632; 
M.A.  1635;  B.D.  1648;  D.D.  1649.  Fellow  of  Pembroke. 
Master,  1647-62,  ejected.  R.  of  St  Mary,  Newington,  Surrey, 
1643.  Canon  of  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  1648-60.  Died  c. 
Sept.  10,  1679.  Buried  at  Abingdon.  Will  (Archd.  Berks.) 
1679;  of  Tubney,  Berks.   (Al.  Oxon.;  Shaw,  i.  313;  D.N.B.) 

LANGLEY,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  24, 
1674.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Settrington  and  North  Grims- 
ton, Yorks.  B.  there.  School,  Old  Malton.  Matric.  1674. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Dec.  21,  1674,  as  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas, 
of  York,  gent.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1684).  (Vis.  of  Yorks., 
1666.) 

LANGLEY,  JAMES.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1603-4;  M.A.  1607. 
Ord.  deacon  (Chester)  June  11,  1609.  Probably  V.  of  Ley- 
land,  Lanes.,  1612-50.  Inventory  (Chester)  1650.  Died  c. 
1650.  A  contemporary  at  Oxford  was  R.  of  Boughton, 
Northants.   (Vict.  Co.  Hist.  Lanes.,  vi.  8.) 

LANGLEY,  JOHN  DE.  D.D.  Chancellor  of  the  University, 
1331-4- 

LANGLEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1572. 

LANGLEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1594.  Of 
Lancashire.  S.  of  William,  R.  of  Prestwich.  B.A.  1597-8; 
M.A.  1601.  Fellow,  1603.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1602.  Suc- 
ceeded his  father  as  R.  of  Prestwicli,  Lanes.,  161 1-32.  Buried 
there  Aug.  16,  1632. 

LANGLEY  or  LONGLEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  RUgdalene, 
Easter,  1605;  B.A.  1609.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  24, 
1609;  priest,  Sept.  8,  i5ii.  C.  of  Irby,  Lines.,  1611.  R.  of 
Firsby,  1615.   Admon.  (Lincoln)  1639. 

LANGLEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1609;  B.A. 
1612-3;  M.A.  1616.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  21;  priest, 
Dec.  22,  1616.  V.  of  Strubby,  Lines.,  1625.  R.  of  Kessing- 
land,  Suffolk,  1625.  Admon.  (Lincoln)  1637. 

LANGLEY,  JOHN.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  22,  1611;  priest, 
June  7,  i5i2,  as  'of  Trinity  College.' 

LANGLEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1626;  B.A.  1627;  M.A.  1631. 

LANGLEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1657. 
Of  London. 

LANGLEY,  PHILIP.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  May  29, 
1645.  S.  of  John,  of  London,  alderman  and  linendraper. 
Bapt.  at  St  Peter's,  Coruhill,  Nov.  22,  1627.  Matric.  1645. 
Buried  Oct.  28,  1670,  at  St  Peter's,  Cornhill.  Perhaps  brother 
of  Richard  (1657).   (Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  2nd  S.,  in.  170.) 

LANGLE,  RALPH  DE.  D.D.  V.  of  Homingsheath,  Suffolk. 
Petitions  the  Pope,  1363,  for  a  canonry  at  St  David's.  (Cat. 
Pap.  Pet.,  I.  405.) 

LANGLEY,  RALPH.  B.Can.L.  1490.  Also  studied  at  Oxford. 
R.  of  Prestwich,  Lanes.,  1493-8.  One  of  the  visitors  appointed 
to  enquire  into  disorders  in  the  monastery  of  UphoUand, 
1497.   Died  1498.   (Vict.  Co.  Hist.  Lanes.,  v.  72.) 

LANGLEY,  RICHARD.  D.D.  MasterofMiCHAELHOusE,  1354-9. 

LANGLEY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  24,  1580.  Of  Colnbrook,  Bucks.  Matric.  1580; 
B.A.  1584-5;  M.A.  1588;  B.D.  1595;  D.D.  1607.  Fellow, 
1583-94.  R.  of  Horton,  Bucks.,  1592.  Master  of  Eton 
College,  1594-1611.  R.  of  Paglesham,  Essex,  1599-1615. 
R.  of  Latchingdon,  1608-15.  Canon  of  Windsor,  1615.  Died 
there  1615.   WiU,  P.C.C.   (Harwood.) 

LANGLEY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Oct.  18,  1639.  S.  of  Richard,  Esq.,  of  Millington,  Yorks.  B. 
there.  School,  Bradford  (Mr  Worrall).  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Nov.  15,  1641.   (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 

LANGLEY,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1657.  Of  London.  One  of  these  names,  s.  of  John,  fishmonger, 
bapt.  at  St  Peter's,  Cornhill,  July  3,  1641.  Knighted,  Mar.  15, 
1672-3.  Buried  at  St  Peter's,  Feb.  9,  1677-8.  WiU,  P.C.C. 
Probably  brother  of  Philip  (1645). 

LANGLEY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Apr.  25,  1705.  Of 
Halifax,  Yorks.  Probably  2nd  s.  of  Edward,  of  Hipperholme. 
Matric.  1705;  Scholar,  1705;  B.A.  1708-9;  M.A.  1712. 

LANGLEY,  RICHARD  (1716),  see  HUTCHINSON. 

LANGLEY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1452.  Of  Frome  Selwood,  Somerset.  M.A.  1460;  B.D.  1469- 
70. 

LANGLEY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  July  27, 
1621.  S.  of  Richard,  gent.  B.  at  St  Ives,  Hunts.  School,  St 
Ives,  Hunts.  (Mr  Freisley).  Matric.  1621;  Scholar,  1622-8; 
B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.  Perhaps  schoolmaster  of  Chipping 
Bamet.    (Venn,  1.  254.) 


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LANGLEY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Aug. 
24,  1691.  S.  of  William,  deceased.  B.  at  Rotherham,  Yorks. 
School,  Rotherham  (Mr  Ferrour).  Matric.  1691.  Perhaps  s. 
of  William,  of  Sheriff  Hutton  (died  1689).  If  so,  died  s.p. 
(M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LANGLEY,  ROGER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May  20, 
1687.  S.  of  Roger,  of  Lumby,  in  Sherbum  parish,  Yorks. 
B.  at  Sheriff  Hutton.  School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1687. 
(Venn,  i.  482,  where  he  seems  wrongly  identified.) 

LANGLEY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  1642-3,  from 
Oxford  (not  recorded  in  Al.  Oxon.).  S.  of  Thomas  (1604-5), 
of  Middlewich,  Cheshire.  B.A.  1642-3;  M.A.  from  Christ's, 
1646.  Intruded  fellow  of  Christ's,  1644-9.  R.  of  Swettenham, 
Cheshire,  1648-60.  V.  of  Tamworth,  1657-62  and  1663-94. 
After  1663  lived  at  Bole  Hall.  Author,  religious.  Buried 
Jan.  23,  1693-4.  Father  of  Thomas  (1668)  and  brother  of 
Thomas  (1644).    {Wm.  Salt  Arch.  Soc,  1915;  Peile,  i.  464.) 

LANGLEY,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1704. 
B.  in  Warwickshire,  1685.  Scholar,  1705;  B.A.  1707-8;  M.A. 
1712.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Feb.  25,  1710-1.  Perhaps  R.  of 
Hollington,  Staffs.,  1713-38.   Died  1738. 

LANGLEY  or  LONGLEY,  THOMAS.  Educated  at  Cambridge. 
Probably  2nd  s.  of  Thomas  of  Langley,  Almondbury,  Yorks. 
In  his  youth  attached  to  the  family  of  John  of  Gaunt.  Canon 
of  York,  1400.  Dean  of  York,  1402-6.  Preb.  of  Lincoln, 
1402-3.  Keeper  of  the  Privy  Seal,  1403.  Chancellor,  1405-7, 
and  again,  in  1417-24.  Bishop  of  Durham,  1406-37.  Fre- 
quently sent  on  embassies  by  the  King.  Cardinal,  141 1. 
Assisted  at  the  coronation  of  Henry  VI.  His  public  works 
were  munificent  and  numerous.  Died  Nov.  20,  1437.  Buried 
in  the  Galilee  Chapel,  Durham  Cathedral.  M.I.  Benefactor 
to  the  libraries  of  Oxford  and  Cambridge.  {D.N.B.;  H.  M. 
Wood;  Surtees,  1.  Ivi.) 

LANGLEY,  THOMAS.  Student  at  Jesus  College,  1535-6;  B.A. 
1537-8;  B.D.  (Oxford)  1560.  Chaplain  to  Archbishop 
Cranmer.  V.  of  Headcom,  Kent,  1548.  R.  of  Boughton 
Malherbe,  in  1557.  Preb.  of  Winchester,  1559-81.  R.  of 
Welford,  Berks.,  1559.  V.  of  Wanborough,  Wilts.,  1563-81. 
Author  of  an  abridged  English  version  of  Polydore  Vergil's 
De  [nventoribus  Rerum.  Died  Dec.  1581.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1582. 
{Cooper,  I.  448;  D.X.B.) 

LANGLEY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1587. 
Of  Lincolnshire.  Perhaps  B.A.  1591-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Lin- 
coln) Dec.  9,  1591 ;  priest.  Mar.  17,  1591-2.  R.  of  Irby,  Lines., 
1592-1622.  Will  proved  (Lincoln)  1622. 

LANGLEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Sept.  i,  1592.  Of  Eton.  B.A.  1596-7;  M.A.  1600;  B.D. 
1607.  Fellow,  1595-1617.  Vice-Provost,  1617.  Chaplain  to 
the  Countess  of  Derby.  R.  of  Haddiscoe,  and  Toft  Monks, 
Norfolk,  1617.   Died  1639.    (Harwood.) 

LANGLEY,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  Jesus,  1604-5;  M.A.  1608. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  20,  1607;  priest,  Sept.  25,  1608. 
Doubtless  the  presbyterian  minister  at  Middlewich,  Cheshire. 
One  of  these  names  lecturer  at  Hawkhurst,  Kent,  1643. 
Father  of  the  next  and  Samuel  (1642-3).  (Shaw,  i.  305; 
A.  Gray.) 

LANGLEY,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  Jesus,  1644  (Incorp.  from 
Edinburgh).  S.  of  Thomas  (above).  Fellow  of  Jesus,  1644-6. 
Minister  at  St  Bene' t,  Cambridge,  1645.  Diedc.  1646.  Brother 
of  Samuel  (1642-3). 

LANGLEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  July  4, 
1668.  S.  of  Samuel  (1642-3).  B.  at  Swettenham,  Cheshire. 
School,  Tamworth  (Mr  Antrobus).  Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1671- 
2;  M.A.  1675.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1681.  Ord.  deacon  (Lich- 
field) June,  1674;  priest,  Sept.  1677.  V.  of  Aston  Cantlow, 
Warws.,  1679.  V.  of  Kingsbury,  1681.  Buried  at  Aston 
Cantlow,  May  14.  1705.  Father  of  Andrew  (1709).  (Peile,  11. 
16.) 

LANGLEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Dec.  14,  1671. 
Of  War\vickshire.  School,  Market  Harborough.  Migrated  to 
Peterhouse,  July  i,  1672,  age  17.  Matric.  1673;  B.A.  1675-6; 
Scholar,  1676.   (T.  A.  Walker,  149;  Peile,  11.  39.) 

LANGLEY,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May 

23,  1684.  2nd  s.  of  Thomas,  gent.  B.  at  York.  School,  York 
(>Ir  Tomlinson).  Matric.  1684.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple, 
May  12,  1684.  Of  North  Grimston,  Yorks.,  Esq.  Buried 
there  Nov.  1723.  Brother  of  Henry  (1674).  (Vis.  of  Yorks., 
1666;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LANGLEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  10,  1693. 
Of  Wiltshire.   Matric.  1693;  B.A.  1696-7. 

LANGLEY,  THOMAS.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Mar. 

24,  1708-9.  S.  of  Nathaniel,  husbandman.  B.  at  Rugby, 
Warws.  School,  Rugby  (Mr  Holyoke).  Matric.  1709;  B.A. 
1712-3;  M.A.  1716.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  30,  1713; 
priest,  June  15,  1717.  C.  of  Barby,  Rugby. 


Langton,  Christopher 

LANGLEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  6, 
1748.  S.  of  Thomas,  maltster,  of  Lincolnshire.  B.  at  Grant- 
ham. School,  Grantham  (Mr  Bacon).  Matric.  1748.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  June  17,  1753;  priest,  Sept.  22,  1754.  C.  of 
Bloxholm  and  Digby.   (Scott-Mayor,  in.  578.) 

LANGLEY,  TIMOTHY.   Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Nov.  12,  1659. 

LANGLEY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1626;  B.A.  1629-30;  M.A.  1633.  V.  of  Ellastone,  Staffs., 
1645-51.  R.  of  Checkley,  c.  1645.  Perhaps  R.  of  Cheadle, 
1650-2  (a  Trinity  College  living).  Minister  at  Lichfield,  c. 
1651-4  (this  is  more  doubtful).  There  were  two  others  of 
these  names  at  Oxford  who  graduated  M.A.:  one  of  these 
perhaps  R.  of  Shadoxhurst,  Kent,  in  1636;  another  (?)  bom 
1596,  was  at  Brasenose.  His  brief  autobiography  is  in  the 
Chetham  Soc,  125.  (See  also  Al.  Oxon.,  and  Wm.  Salt  Arch. 
Soc.,  1915-) 

LANGLEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Peter- 
house,  Apr.  21,  1638.  Of  Sussex.  School,  Durham.  Matric. 
1639. 

LANGLY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Jesus,  June  28, 
1667.  Of  London.  School,  Ely.  Matric.  1667;  Scholar,  1667. 

LANGLEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  21,  1670. 
Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1674; 
priest,  Feb.  1675-6. 

LANGLOIS,  SOLOMON.   Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Lent, 

1588-9. 
LANGRAKE,  see  LANDRAKE. 

LANGRIDGE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  10, 
1658.  Of  Sussex.  Matric.  1658;  B.A.  1661-2.  Ord.  deacon 
and  priest  (Gloucester,  at  Lincoln's  Inn  Chapel)  Mar.  18, 
1669-70. 

LANGSTAFFE,  JOHN.  .\dm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  June  20, 
1705.  S.  of  John,  of  Well,  Yorks.  School,  Tanfield  (Mr 
Hutchinson).  Matric.  1705.  Ord.  priest  (York)  June  4,  1710. 
Doubtless  V.  of  Marske,  in  Cleveland,  Yorks.,  1717-49.  V. 
of  Wilton,  1721-49.  Buried  at  Marske,  July  12,  1749.  Father 
of  Thomas  (1735)  and  William  (1742). 

LANGSTAFFE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
June  19,  1677.  S.  of  John,  husbandman.  B.  at  Sedbergh, 
Yorks.  School,  Sedbergh  (Mr  Wharton).  Matric.  1677.  Ord. 
priest  (Norwich)  Dec.  1682. 

LANGSTAFF,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Trinity,  Nov. 
22,  1735.  S.  of  John  (1705),  of  Marske,  Yorks.  School, 
Kirkleatham  (Mr  Murgatroyd).  Matric.  1735;  B.A.  1739-40. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  17,  1739;  priest  (Litt.  dim.  from 
York)  May  10,  1740.  V.  of  Normanby,  Yorks.,  1745.  Brother 
of  the  next. 

LANGSTAFF,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Apr. 
7,1742.  S.  of  John  (1705),  of  Marske,  Yorks.  School,  Scorton, 
Yorks.  (Mr  Noble).  Matric.  1742;  B.A.  1746-7.  Ord.  deacon 
(York)  Sept.  21,  1746;  priest,  Sept.  25,  1748.  C.  of  Marske, 
1746;  V.  1749-89.  P.C.  of  Wilton,  1749-89.  Married  Mary, 
dau.  of  Thomas  Weddell,  of  Bubwith,  Dec.  4,  1749.  Buried 
at  Marske,  Nov.  25,  1789.  Brother  of  the  above.  (H.  M. 
Wood.) 

LANGSTONE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity,  May  4, 
1666.    Matric.  1667. 

LANGSTROTHER,     RICHARD.      Student    from    Cambridge; 

B.Can.L.  (Oxford)  1449.  Perhaps  preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1449-67. 

Died  1467. 
LANGSWAYN,  WILLIAM.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1432-5. 

LANGTHORNE,  SIMON.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1649.  Of  Yorkshire.  Migrated  to  Emmanuel,  July  8, 
1652.   B.A.  1652-3;  M.A.  1656. 

LANGTOFT,  JOHN  DE.  Warden  of  the  King's  scholars,  1331-3. 
R.  of  West  Hanningfleld,  Essex,  1334-7.  R.  of  ErisweU, 
Suffolk,  1337.   (Trin.  Coll.  Admissions,  l.  90.) 

LANGTON  or  LANCTON,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  pens.  .  from 
Edmund's  Hostel,  Michs.  1545.  Perhaps  s.  of  Sir  Thomas, 
Baron  of  Newton,  Leics.   (J.  H.  Hill,  Langton.) 

LANGTON,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  1538.  Of  RiccaU,  Yorks.  B.  c.  1521.  B.A.  1541-2; 
M.D.  1552.  Fellow,  1541-4.  F.R.C.P.,  1552;  expelled  for 
profligate  conduct,  1558.  Physician  to  Sir  T.  Gresham. 
Author,  medical.  Died  1578.  Buried  at  St  Botolph's, 
Bishopsgate,  Oct.  26,  1578.   (Cooper,  1.  397;  D.N.B.) 

LANGTON  or  LANCTON,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  pens,  from 
Christ's,  May,  1567.  Probably  a  grandson  of  Sir  Thomas,  of 
Walton-in-the-Dale,  Lanes.  B.  in  London.  B.A.  1570-1. 
Perhaps  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  ii,  1573;  of  London. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Feb.  8,  1578-9,  age  29.  P.C.  of  Castle 
Hedingham,  Essex,  1598-1620.  Will  (Cons.  C.  London)  1620. 
(Peile,  I.  99.) 


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Langton,  Francis 

LANGTON,  FRANCIS.  Adiu.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  7, 
1637-8.  S.  of  William,  yeoman,  of  East  Haddon,  Northants. 
B.  there.  School,  Brockwell  (private;  Mr  Cranford).  One  of 
these  names  (M.A.),  R.  of  Maidwell,  Northants.,  1671-2. 
Buried  there  Oct.  13,  1672.   Will  (Archd.  Northants.)  1672. 

LANGTON,  HENRY.  Fellow  of  Michaelhouse.  Of  Lincoln 
diocese.   Ord.  priest  (Ely)  June  5,  1417- 

LANGTON,  HENRY,  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  19,  1639. 
Of  Warwickshire.   Matric.  1639;  B.A.  1642-3. 

LANGTON,  JOHN.  LL.D.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  1412.  Master, 
1428-47.  Chancellor  of  the  University,  1436-43.  1444-5  and 
1447.  Preb.  of  Lichfield,  1422-8;  of  St  Paul's,  1428-47;  of 
Lincoln,  1433-47;  of  Hereford,  1437-41;  of  'i'ork,  1438-41- 
R.  of  Bainton,  Yorks.,  May  i,  1430.  to  July  29,  1433.  R.  of 
Bluntisham,  Hunts.  V.  of  Waresley,  1446-  Overseer  of  the 
buildings  at  King's  College.  Consecrated  Bishop  of  St  David's 
in  King's  Chapel,  May  7,  1447.  Died  May  22,  1447.  {Cal.  of 
Papal  Letters;  Browne  Willis,  St  Davids;  Line.  Rec.  Soc. 
Visilations,  i.  196.) 

LANGETON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caios,  July  4,  1625. 
S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman,  of  Sedbergh,  Yorks.  School, 
Norwich  (Mr  Stonham).   Matric.  1625. 

LANGTON,  PETER.  .Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  1599-1600.  Of 
Stafiordshire.  R.  of  Mavesyn  Ridware,  1602-4.  Buried  there 
Jan.  14,  1603-4.  Perhaps  matric.  from  St  Mary  Hall, 
Oxford,  Nov.  8,  1594,  age  20.  Of  Staffordshire.  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1598;  M.A.  1601.  (Wm.  Salt  Arch.  Soc,  1915;  Al. 
Oxon.) 

LANGTON,  RICHARD.  Studied  at  Cambridge.  B.A.  (Oxford); 
M.A.  (Oxford)  1453-4- 

LANGTON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Lent,  1563-4. 
One  of  these  names  s.  of  Peter,  of  Lowe,  Lanes.  Age  26  in 
1573.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1572.  Died  1595.  B\it  see 
Thomas  (1563-4).   (Victoria  Co.  Hist.  Lanes.,  iv.  108.) 

LANGTON,  ROBERT.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1600-1;  M.A.  1604. 
(Perhaps  matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1597-)  Incorp. 
at  Oxford,  1605.  V.  of  Highworth,  Wilts.,  1610-47,  sequestered. 
Will  (P.C.C.)  1655-   {Al.  Oxon.) 

LANGTON,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1456-7.  B.  at  Appleby.  B.D. 
1465-6.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  1461.  Proctor,  1462-3.  Studied 
also  at  Oxford.  Chaplain  to  Edward  IV.  Sent  on  several 
embassies  to  France.  Preb.  of  Wells,  1478-83.  Treasurer  of 
Exeter,  1478-83.  R.  of  All  Hallows,  Bread  Street,  1480-83; 
and  of  All  Hallows,  Lombard  Street,  1482-8.  Preb.  of 
Lincohi,  1483.  Bishop  of  St  David's,  1483.  Bishop  of 
Salisbury,  1484.  Provost  of  Queen's,  Oxford,  1489-95. 
Bishop  of  Winchester,  1493-1501.  Elected  Archbishop  of 
Canterbury,  Jan.  22,  1500-1,  but  died  of  the  plague  before 
confirmation.  Buried  in  Winchester  Cathedral.  By  will 
(dated  Jan.  25,  1500-1;  proved,  P.C.C.)  he  leaves  money  to 
the  priests  of  Pembroke  (not  Clare)  Kail,  and  to  the  four 
orders  of  friars  in  Cambridge  and  Oxford ;  £40  to  the  common 
chest  of  Pembroke;  and  40s.  to  his  scholar  at  Cambridge, 
Mr  Machell.   (Cooper,  i.  4;  D.N.B.;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 

LANGTON,  THOMAS.  Perhaps  matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Lent, 
1563-4,  as 'Robert.'  (?  S.  of  Christopher,  1538.)  B.A.  1566-7; 
M.A.  from  Christ's,  1570;  M.D.  1576-7-  F.R.C.P.,  1581; 
Registrar,  1585;  Censor;  Treasurer,  1601-4;  and  President, 
1604-6.  Died  1606.  Buried  at  St  Botolph,  Bishopsgate,  Oct. 
19,  1606,  aged  60.  Will,  P.C.C.  (Cooper,  11.  442;  Munk,  i.  82; 
J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LANGTON,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1626  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
London,  gent.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  College,  Oxford,  June 
26,  1621,  age  19;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1622;  M.A.  1625;  B.D.  1633- 
4.  Fellow  of  Magdalen  College,  Oxford,  1627-48,  ejected. 
R.  of  Stanlake,  Berks.  R.  of  Leckhampstead,  Bucks.,  1643-6, 
sequestered.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

LANGTON,  W.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Lent,  1564-5- 

LANGTON,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  1461;  B.D.  1465-6.  FeUow  of 
PE.MBR0KE,  1461.  Proctor,  1465-6.  One  of  these  names,  R. 
of  St  Michael,  Spurrier  Gate,  York,  died  Aug.  13,  1466. 

LANGTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Queens',  July  12, 
1580.   Of  Cheshire. 

LANGTON,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  1604  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
John,  of  Langton,  Lines.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  College, 
Oxford,  May  9,  1589,  age  15;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1592-3;  M.A. 
1597;  B.D.  1606;  D.D.  1610.  FeUow  of  Magdalen  College; 
President,  1610-26.  R.  of  Lympsham,  Somerset,  1607-15; 
and  of  Brightwell,  Berks.,  1616-26.  Died  Oct.  10,  1626. 
(See  Al.  Oxon.)  Buried  in  the  Chapel  of  Magdalen  College, 
Oxford.  M.I.  Admon.,  P.C.C.  By  a  blunder  in  Richardson's 
catalogue  of  Cambridge  degrees,  this  name  was  read 
'Haughton':  hence  his  identification  by  Cooper  (Ath.  Cant., 
II.  399)  with  a  dramatist  of  these  names:  followed  by  Al. 
Oxon.    (Lines.  Pedigrees,  584.) 


(junior).   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs. 
Matric.   sizar   from 


Lansdale,  Edward 

LANGTON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1628,  as  'Lawton.'  One  William  Langton,  s.  and  h.  of  Roger, 
01  Preston-in-.\mounderness,  Lanes.,  was  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Apr.  28,  1630.  Called  to  the  Bar,  June  23,  1637.  Ancient, 
1654.  M.P.  for  Preston,  1645-  Town  clerk  of  Preston,  and 
recorder  of  Liverpool.  Of  Broughton  Tower,  Esq.  Buried 
at  Preston,  Oct.  25,  1659.  (Vis.  of  Lanes.,  1664;  Foster, 
Lanes.  Pedigrees.) 

LANGTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Dec.  17,  1646. 
Of  Somerset. 

LANGTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Aug.  21, 
1648.   Of  Salop.   Matric.  1648. 

LANGTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Sept.  13,  1748. 
B.  at  Coventry.  Matric.  1749;  B.A.  1753-  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Mar.  1753;  priest,  Sept.  1757.  V.  or  C.  of  South 
Cove,  Suffolk,  1757- 

LANGTON, .   B.Civ.L.  15 16-7. 

LANGTON,  (senior).   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs. 

1597- 

LANGTON, 
1597- 

LANGTRIE  or   LANGTWIT,    RICHARD. 
Christ's,  July,  1606. 

LANGWITH,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  13, 
1701.  Of  Yorkshire.  (S.  of  Oswald,  clerk  of  the  vestry  of 
York  Minster.)  Matric.  1701;  B.A.  1704-5;  M.A.  1708;  B.D. 
1716;  D.D.  1717  (Com.  Reg.).  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1712.  Ord. 
priest  (Norwich)  Juiy,  1712.  R.  of  Petworth,  Sussex,  1718. 
Preb.  of  Chichester,  1725-43.  Antiquary,  numismatist  and 
natural  philosopher.  Buried  at  Petworth,  Oct.  2,  i743.  aged 
59.  Will,  Chichester.   (D.N.B.) 

LANGWORTH,  see  also  LONGWORTH. 

LANGWORTH  or  LONGWORTH,  ADAM.  Matric.  pens,  from 
St  John's,  Michs.  1566.  Of  Worcestershire.  S.  of  Lancelot, 
of  Kirtlebury.  B.A.  from  Queens',  1569-70;  M.A.  from 
Corpus  Christi,  1573.  Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  i57i-3- 
Afterwards  fellow  of  St  Catharine's.  Will  of  Adam  Lang- 
worth,  of  Canterbury,  gent.  (P.C.C.)  1623;  mentions  son 
Thomas.  Brother  of  John  (next).  (Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  iv. 
204;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LANGWORTH,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1566.  S.  of  Lancelot,  of  Kirtlebury,  Worcs.  B.A.  1567-8; 
M.A.  1571;  B.D.  1577-8.  Fellow,  1568.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1572.  D.D.  (Oxford)  1579.  Preb.  of  Worcester,  1568.  R.  of 
Folkington,  Sussex,  1573.  R.  of  Buxted,  1574.  University 
preacher,  1577.  Archdeacon  of  Chichester,  1581-6.  Arch- 
deacon of  Wells,  1589-1609.  R.  of  Rotherfield,  Sussex,  1592. 
Preb.  of  Canterbury,  till  1614.  Buried  in  Canterbury 
Cathedra!,  Jan.  13,  1613-4.    (Vis.  of  Kent,  1663;  Al.  Oxon.) 

LANGWORTH,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Oct.  5, 
1587.  S.  of  Arthur,  gent.,  of  Ringmer,  Sussex.  School, 
Buxted  (Mr  Munks).  Of  Broyle,  Sussex,  succeeding  his  father. 
Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Thomas  Challenor.  (Venn,  l.  130; 
Vis.  of  Kent,  1619.) 

LANGWORTH,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1605.  Perhaps  s.  of  Adam  (1566). 

LANGWORTH,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 

1606,  scholar  from  Westminster;  B.A.  1609-10;  M.A.  1613. 
Fellow,  1 61 2. 

LANGWORTH, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  26, 

1578. 

LANGWORTHY,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's, 
1631.   Of  Devon. 

LANGWORTHY,  GEORGE.  M.A.  from  King's,  1743.  S.  of 
Francis,  of  Charleton,  Devon,  clerk.  Matric.  from  Exeter 
College,  Oxford,  Feb.  4,  1725-6,  age  19;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1729. 
Chaplain  in  the  Navy,  1739-41.  R.  of  East  Buckland,  Devon, 
1743.  Will  (Exeter)  1767;  of  Stokenham,  Devon,  clerk.  (Al, 
Oxon.) 

LANINE(?),  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1602. 

LANNOY,  MIDDLETON.  Adm.  at  Queens',  Mar.  23,  1665-6. 
Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1665-6.  S.  of  Benjamin, 
merchant,  of  London.  B.  at  Romford,  Essex.  Matric.  1667; 
B.A.  1669-70;  M.A.  1673.  Fellow  of  King's,  1669.  Died  in 
College,  Apr.  21,  1676.   (Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  3rd  S.,  11.  263.) 

LANOE,  LEWIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  4, 
1700.  S.  of  James,  of  Jersey.  School,  Westminster.  Scholar, 
1701. 

LANSDALE  or  LANDISDALE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14) 
at  Caius,  Oct.  i,  1633.  S.  of  Gervase,  gent.  B.  in  Holbom, 
London.  School,  Cambridge,  Perse  (Mr  Lovering).  Matric. 
1634;  Scholar,  1634-6.  Afterwards  matric.  from  University 
College,  Oxford,  May  13,  1636. 


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Lansdale,  Leonard 

LANNSDELL,   LEONARD.    Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,   Michs. 

1579- 
LANSDALE,  PETER.    Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1620; 

B.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1623-4;  M.A.  1627. 
LANSDAYLE,   ROBERT.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov. 

1552.   Of  Derbyshire.   B.A.  1554-5;  M.A.  from  Jesus,  1558; 

LL.D.  1573.    Fellow  of  Jesus,   1556-1609.    Taxor,  1583-4. 

Proctor  in  the  Court  of  the  Archdeacon  of  Ely,  i573-   Died 

in  College.    Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  Apr.  29,   1609.    Gifts  to 

Jesus  College:   to  be  buried  in   their  Chapel.    (A.   Gray; 

Cooper,  II.  521.) 

LANSDOWNE,  Baron,  see  GRENVILLE,  GEORGE. 

LANT,  AMBROSE.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  1655. 

LANT,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Sept.  g,  1600. 
S.  of  WiUiam,  minister,  of  Tilton,  Leics.  B.  there.  School, 
Skeffington  (Mr  Anth.  Cade).  Matric.  1600;  B.A.  1603-4; 
M.A.  1607.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Mar.  11,  1603-4. 
R.  of  Wardley  and  Belton,  Rutland,  1609-38.  Licensed 
(Peterb.,  June  25,  1615)  to  marry  Anne  Cole,  of  Ridlington. 
Died  1638.    {Venn,  i.  173.) 

LANT,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1526-7;  M.A.  1535-6.  One  of  these 
names  (M.A.),  R.  of  Barningham,  Yorks.,  1548-53. 

LANT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  8,  1620.  Of  Salop. 
Matric.  as  'Laxte';  Scholar,  1621;  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627; 
B.D.  1634.  Fellow,  1626-38.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1624.  R.  of 
Harringay  (Homsey),  Middlesex,  1637-44;  sequestered;  re- 
stored, 1660-88.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1662-88.  Died  May  13, 
i688.   Buried  at  Homsey. 

LANTROW,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Feb.  20,  1707-8.  S.  of  Christopher,  husbandman.  B.  at 
Brotheridge,  near  Lapford,  Devon.  School,  Barnstaple  (Mr 
Luck).  Matric.  1708;  B.A.  171 1-2;  M.A.  1715.  Fellow, 
17I5-4I-   Head  Master  of  Pocklington  School,  1716-7. 

LANY,  ASLACK.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1620. 
Matric.  1620.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  2,  1620-1,  as  s.  and 
h.  of  Aslack,  of  Norfolk.  Of  Pulham,  Norfolk.  (Vis.  of 
Norfolk.) 
LANEY,  BENJAMIN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1608. 
S.  of  John,  of  Cratfield,  Suffolk,  Recorder  of  Ipswich.  B. 
there,  1591.  B.A.  1611-2;  M.A.  1615;  B.D.  from  Pembroke, 
1622;  D.D.  1630.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  1616.  Master  of 
Pembroke,  1630-44,  1660-2.  Vice-Chancellor,  1632-3.  In- 
corp. at  Oxford,  1617.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  Feb. 
21,  1618-9.  V.  or  C.  of  Madingley,  Cambs.,  1619-24.  V.  of 
Hambledon,  Hants.,  1626.  V.  of  Waltham  Bishops,  1629. 
Chaplain  to  Richard  Neile,  Bishop  of  Winchester;  and  after- 
wards to  Charles  I.  R.  of  Buriton,  Hants.,  1631.  Preb.  of 
Winchester,  1631-9;  of  Westminster,  1639-63.  Deprived  as 
a  royalist  and  high  churchman.  Followed  Charles  II  into 
exile.  Reinstated  at  the  Restoration.  Dean  of  Rochester, 
July-Dec,  1660.  Bishop  of  Peterborough,  1660-3.  Bishop  of 
Lincoln,  1663-7.  F.R.S.,  1666.  Bishop  of  Ely,  1667-75. 
Author,  sermons.  Died  Jan.  24,  1674-5.  Buried  in  Ely 
Cathedral.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1675.  (PeiU,  i.  267;  D.N.B.) 
LANY,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  Mar.  31, 
1668.  S.  of  John,  Esq.  B.  at  Tewin,  Herts.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Feb.  2,  1670-1,  as  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Ely,  Esq. 
LANY,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  July  5, 
1729.  S.  of  Benjamin,  of  Cratfield,  Suffolk,  gent.  Bapt. 
Sept.  22,  1711.  Matric.  1729;  B.A.  1733-4;  M.A.  1737. 
Fellow,  1737.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  22,  1734;  priest 
(Norwich)  Mar.  1735-6.  R.  of  Mulbarton,  Norfolk,  1741-66. 
Married  Mary,  dau.  of  John  Revett,  of  Brandeston.  Died 
1766.  M.I.  at  Mulbarton. 
LANY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  Mar.  10, 
1682-3.  3rd  s.  of  John,  of  Laxfield,  Suffolk,  Esq.  B.  at 
Harrow.  Matric.  1683;  B.A.  1686-7;  M.A.  1690;  D.D.  1707. 
Fellow,  1688.  Master  of  Pembroke,  1707-28.  Vice-Chancellor, 
1707-8.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1697.  Professor  of  Divinity, 
Gresham  CoUege,  1691-1728.  Ord.  priest  (London)  Dec.  20, 
1689.  R.  of  Salle,  Norfolk,  1720-5.  R.  of  Gt  Cressingham, 
1725-8.  Chaplain  to  William  III.  F.R.S.,  1692.  Died  Aug.  9, 
1728.  M.I.  at  Gt  Cressingham.  Will,  P.C.C.  Brother  of 
Thomas  (1675-6). 
LANY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  Jan.  21, 
1634-5.  S.  of  John,  Esq.  (and  Elizabeth  Bridon).  B.  at 
Ipswich,  Suffolk.  Matric.  1634-5.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May 
8,  1635,  as  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Gray's  Inn.  Called  to  the 
Bar,  Feb.  11,  1645-6.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1641). 
LANY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  Apr.  16,  1673. 
S.  of  Nicholas,  of  London,  mercer.  Matric.  1673  ;B.. A.  1676-7; 
M.A.  1680.  Fellow,  1681-8.  Schoolmaster  at  Framlingham, 
Suffolk,  1681. 
LANY,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1609;  B.A. 
1612. 


Lardner,  James 

LANY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  May  3, 
1641.  S.  of  John,  Esq.  B.  at  Ipswich.  Matric.  1642;  B.A. 
1644-5;  B.D.  1661  (Lit.  Reg.).  R.  of  Paston,  Northants., 
1662-7.  Preb.  of  Peterborough,  1662-9.  Preb.  of  Lincoln, 
1664-9.  Precentor  of  Lincoln,  1667-9.  R-  of  Newton,  Isle  of 
Ely,  1669.  Died  1669.  Buried  in  Lincoln  Cathedral.  Admon. 
P.C.C.    Brother  of  John  (1634-5).   (Lipscomb.) 

LANY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  Jan.  18, 
1675-6.  S.  of  John,  Esq.  B.  at  Laxfield,  Sufiolk.  Matric. 
1677-8;  B.A.  1679-80;  M.A.  1683.  V.  of  Laxfield,  Suffolk, 
1684.  V.  of  Cratfield,  1707-17.  Brother  of  Edward  (1682-3). 

LANY,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  Pembroke,  1709.  Fellow,  1707- 
11.  S.  of  Benjamin,  of  Laxfield,  Suffolk,  gent.  Bapt.  there. 
May  11,  1685.  Matric.  from  Wadham  College,  Oxford,  July  8, 
1701,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1705. 

LANYON,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  Nov.  21, 
1728.  2nd  s.  of  Tobias,  of  'Lanyon,'  in  Gwinear,  Cornwall, 
gent.   Bapt.  June  19,  1711.   Matric.  1729;  B.A.  1732-3. 

LANYON,  TOBIAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  Jan.  10, 
1716-7.  S.  of  Tobias,  of  'Lanyon,'  Gwinear,  Cornwall,  gent. 
B.A.  1720-1.   Will  (Archd.  Cornwall)  1762. 


LAPAGE, 


B.A.  1511-2. 


LAPDALE,  JOHN,  see  LOBDALL. 

LA  PIERRE,  alias  PETERS,  JOHN  DE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Pem- 
broke, June  24,  1672.  S.  of  John,  M.D.  Bapt.  at  St  George's, 
Canterbury,  Nov.  16,  1654.  One  of  these  names  adm.  at 
Leyden,  June  27,  1696. 

LAPLAIN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  3, 
1728-9.  Of  Westminster.  Matric.  1728.  One  of  these  names 
V.  of  Wrockwardine,  Salop.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1765. 

LA  PORTE,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  June  13,  1732. 
B.  at  Upper  Gravenhurst,  Beds.  Matric.  1732;  B.A.  1735-6; 
M.A.  1754.   V.  of  Sundon,  Beds.,  1741. 

LA  PORTE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Mar.  28,  1733.  B.  at 
Shenfield,  Essex.   Matric.  1733. 

LAPORTE,  JOHN  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity, 
July  1,  1701.  S.  of  John,  of  Bordeaux,  France.  School, 
Westminster.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  18,  1709;  priest, 
Mar.  5,  1709-10.  V.  of  Pulloxhill,  Beds.,  1710.  C.  of 
Higham  Gobion,  1710-4. 

LAPWORTH,  EDWARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs. 

1589.  Of  Warwickshire.  Migrated  to  Corpus  Christi,  Aug.  30, 

1590.  B.A.  1591-2;  M.A.  1595.  Licensed  to  practise  medicine, 
1597.  Of  Faversham,  Kent.  Buried  there  Nov.  15,  1624. 
Will,  P.C.C.  (There  was  an  Oxford  contemporary,  M.D., 
Sedleian  professor,  who  has  been  wrongly  identified  with 
him.    See  Al.  Oxon.;  and  Masters.) 

LAPWORTH,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July, 
1619.   One  of  these  names  created  M.A.  (Oxford)  1642. 

LAPWORTH,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1605;  B.A.  1608-9;  M.A.  1612.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1616.  Will  of  one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.)  1642;  of  Warwick, 
physician.    (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LARCOME  or  LARKHAM,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from 
Trinity,  Michs.  1619.  B.  at  Lyme  Regis,  Dorset,  Aug.  17, 
1602.  B.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  162 1-2;  M.A.  1626.  Ord. 
priest  (London)  May  23,  1624,  'aged  26.'  V.  of  Northam, 
Devon,  1626-40.  Persecuted  for  nonconformity.  Emigrated 
to  New  England,  1640.  Went  to  Dover,  N.H.  where  he 
came  into  conflict  with  Rev.  Hansard  KnoUys  (whom  see). 
Only  remained  a  year  after  the  departure  of  his  rival.  Re- 
turned to  England,  1642.  V.  of  Tavistock,  Devon,  c.  1648; 
ejected,  1662.  Became  an  apothecary  in  Tavistock,  1664-9. 
Author,  controversial.  Married  at  Crediton,  Devon,  Patience, 
dau.  of  George  Wilton,  schoolmaster,  1622.  Buried  at 
Tavistock,  Dec.  23,  1669.  (Calamy,  1.  406;  J.  G.  Bartlett; 
Felt,  448;  D.N.B.) 

LARDEN,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  5, 
1672.  S.  of  WiBiam,  of  Cheshire.  School,  Bunbury  (Mr  Hoole). 
Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1675-6.  One  of  these  names  was  of 
Tarvin,  Cheshire,  clerk,  in  1683.   (Peile,  11.  41.) 

LARDER,  JOHN.  M.A.  1626  (Incorp.  from  O.xford).  'Lavender' 
in  the  grace.  Of  Dorset,  pleb.  Matric.  from  Wadham  CoUege, 
Oxford,  Feb.  21,  1616-7,  age  19;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1620;  M.A. 
1623.  Fellow  of  Wadham,  1629-30.  R.  of  Melbury  Osmund 
with  Melbury  Sampford,  Dorset,  1637-58.  Perhaps  V.  of 
Milton  Cleveland.  Somerset,  1664-74.  Died  1674.  (John 
Harder  in  Weaver.)    (A  I.  Oxon.) 

LARDNER,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  June  27, 
1688.  S.  of  Thomas,  apothecary.  B.  in  London.  Bapt.  at 
St  Peter's,  Cornhill,  Sept.  18,  1670.  School,  Merchant 
Taylors'.  Matric.  1689;  Scholar,  1689;  B.A.  1691-2;  M.A. 
1695.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  18,  1692;  priest,  Sept.  23, 
1694.  Perhaps  C.  of  St  Benet,  Gracechurch  Street.  (Peile,  11. 
no.) 


47 


Lardner,  John 

LARDNER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  July  9,  1685.  S.  of 
Thomas.  B.  in  London,  Mar.  i663.  School,  Merchant 
Taylors'.  Matric.  1686;  M.B.  1690  {Com.  Reg.).  Probably 
brother  of  James  (above).   {Peile,  11.  loo.) 

LARDINER,  WILLIAM.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1396.  Died 
June  10,  1397. 

LARGE,  ABRAHAM.   Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Sept.  10,  1633. 

LARGE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1622. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas,  R.  of  Catsfield,  Sussex.  Exhibitioner 
from  Tonbridge  School.  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629;  D.D.  (Lit. 
Reg.).  Ord.  deacon  (York)  1627;  priest.  Mar.  1627-8.  R.  of 
Rotherfield,  Sussex,  1643-4,  sequestered;  and  1661-73. 
Buried  there  Feb.  7,  1672-3-   WiU,  P.C.C. 

LARGE,  ROBERT.   Adm.  sizar  (age  13)  at  Caius,  July  2,  1605. 

5.  of  Robert,  husbandman,  of  East  Lexham,  Norfolk.  School, 
East  Lexham  (Mr  Symson).  Matric.  1606;  B.A.  1609-10; 
M.A.  1613.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Dec.  18,  1614-  C.  of 
Cransford,  Suffolk,  in  1627  and  1633.  V.  of  Charsfield,  1635. 
C.  of  Hoo  and  Letheringham  in  1636.  Ejected  from  his 
curacies,  1644.  Buried  at  Letheringham,  Feb.  7,  1657-8. 
(Venn,  1.  190;  V.  B.  Redstone.) 

LARKE,  JOEL.    Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Michs.  1615. 

Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  12;  priest.  Mar.  13,  1619-20. 
LARKE,  ROBERT.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  May  22,  1630,  as  'M.A. 

of  St  Peter's,  Cambridge.' 
LARKE,  THOMAS.  D.Civ.L.  1477-8.  Perhaps  at  King's  Hall, 

1508-9.    Master  of  Trinity  Hall,  1517-25.    Perhaps  R.  of 

Morbome,  Hunts.,  1484-1510.    R.  of  Kettering,  Northants., 

1512-5.    Prcb.  of  Lincoln,  1514-8.   Preb.  of  Sarum,  1517-8. 

Archdeacon  of  Sudbury,  1517-22.   Archdeacon  of  Norwich, 

1522-8.   [Cooper,  I.  38.) 
LARKE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 

1546. 
LARKHAM,  THOMAS,  see  LARCOME. 

LARKHAM,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  June 

6,  1735.  S.  of  William  Larcum,  surgeon,  of  Richmond, 
Surrey.  Bapt.  there.  Mar.  19,  1717-8.  School,  Westminster. 
Migrated  to  Corpus  Christi,  Oxford.  Matric.  there,  Nov.  i, 
1735;  Scholar;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1739;  M.A.  1742.  Fellow  of 
Corpus  Christi,  1742.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  i,  1735. 
BuriedatRichmond,  Nov.  11,  1768.  Will,  P.C.C.  {Al.Oxon.) 

LARKIN,  see  also  LORKIN  and  LURKIN. 

LARKYN  or  LORKYN,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Caius,  Oct.  13, 

1582  (impubes). 
LARKEN,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  14, 

1729.  S.  of  J.,  gent.,  of  Hertfordshire.  B.  atMunden.  School, 

Buntingford.   Matric.  1729-30. 
LARKIN,  ROBERT.   Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  c.  1591. 

LARKEN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse, 
June  23,  1703.  Of  Hertfordshire.  School,  Hertford.  Scholar, 
1704;  Matric.  1705;  B.A.  1706-7;  M.A.  1710.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Mar.  18,  1708-9;  priest  (London)  Mar.  16,  1711-2. 

LARKWORTHY,  GREGORY.  M.A.  from  Sidney,  1719.  S.  of 
Richard,  of  Ashwater,  Devon,  gent.  Bapt.  there,  Nov.  17, 
1685.  Matric.  from  Exeter  College,  Oxford,  July  16,  1703, 
age  17;  B.A.  (Trinity  College,  Oxford)  1707.  V.  of  Canning- 
ton,  Somerset,  1711-35.  R.  of  Otterhampton,  1734-5.  Died 
1735-   {Al.  Oxon.) 

LARMAN  (?  LARMAR),  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus 
Christi,  Michs.  1581. 

LAROCHE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Oct.  28,  1717.  Of 
Middlesex.  Eldest  s.  of  Peter  Crothaire,  of  Bordeaux,  who 
took  the  name  Laroche.  B.  1700.  Matric.  1717.  Adm.  at 
the  Middle  Temple,  Sept.  12,  1717.  M.P.  for  Bodmin,  1727- 
52.  Of  Englefield  Green,  Surrey.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
Isaac  Gamier,  of  St  James',  Westminster.  His  s.  James 
created  Bart.,  1776.  Died  Apr.  20,  1752.  Buried  in  Padding- 
ton  Church.  Brother  of  the  next.  (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.;  G.  Mag.; 
L.  Mag.;  Oliver's  Antigua,  11.  161.) 

LAROCHE,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  31,  1723. 
Of  Middlesex.  Matric.  1723;  B.A.  1726-7.  Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  Feb.  20,  1722-3.  Perhaps  died  June  22, 
1772;  of  Paddington.  Younger  brother  of  John  (1717).  {G. 
Mag.) 

LA  ROQUE,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Feb.  27,  1733-4. 
B.  in  London.  Matric.  1735.  Migrated  to  Corpus  Christi. 
B.A.  1737-8;  M.A.  1742.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  July  30, 
1738;  priest,  Sept.  21,  1740.  Will  of  one  of  these  names 
(P.C.C.)  1796;  of  Prior's  Hardwick,  Warws.,  clerk. 

LARWOOD,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  July  3,  1728. 
S.  of  Nicholas,  of  Norwich.  B.  there.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  Nov.  3,  1729.  CaUed  to  the  Bar,  Nov.  28,  1735. 
Steward  of  Norwich.   Died  Apr.  14,  1750.   (G.  Mag.) 


Latham,  Daniel 

LASBY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs.  1655. 
Of  Norwich.  B.A.  1658-9;  M.A.  1675-  Ord.  deacon  and 
priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  23,  1660.  V.  of  Heybridge,  Essex,  1661- 
79.   R.  of  Goldhanger,  1679-  Will  (P.C.C.)  1703- 

LASCELLS,  BARTHOLOMEW.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St 
John's,  May  24,  1641.  S.  of  George,  Esq.,  of  Elston,  Notts. 
B.  at  Kneeton.   School,  Islington  (Mr  Vowell). 

LASSELS,  BRIAN.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's,  Apr.  1615; 
B.A.  1616-7;  M.A.  1621.  Doubtless  C.  of  Blackburn,  Lanes., 
1628-30.  R.'of  Thurstaston,  Cheshire,  1641-9.  Reported  by 
the  Parliamentary  Commissioners,  in  1649,  as  'a  blind  man.' 
{Peile,  1.  300;  E.  Axon.) 

LASCELLES,  EDWIN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  Jan.  6, 
1731-2.  ist  s.  of  Henry,  of  Harewood  and  Stank.  Bapt.  at 
St  Michael's,  Barbadoes,  Feb.  5,  1712-3-  Matric.  1732.  Adm. 
at  the  Inner  Temple,  Aug.  5,  1731-  M-P-  i°^  Scarborough, 
1744,  1747;  for  Northallerton,  i754.  i78o,  1784;  for  Co. 
York,  1761,  1768,  1774.  Created  Baron  Harewood,  1790. 
Died  Jan.  25,  1795.   Will,  P.C.C. 

LASCELLES,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
161 1.  4th  s.  of  Francis,  of  Stank  Hall,  NorthaUerton,  Yorks., 
Esq.  Bapt.  there,  Jan.  21,  1593-4-  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Nov.  16,  1614.   Brother  of  Philip  (i6ii). 

LASCELLES,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Peterhouse, 
Apr.  25,  1691.  Of  Yorkshire.  Probably  s.  of  Thomas,  of 
Mount  Grace.  School,  Gisbum  ('  Guisborough),  Yorks. 
Matric.  1691;  B..\.  1694-5;  M.A.  1722.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
June,  1695;  priest,  1699.  Perhaps  R.  of  Ruskington,  Lines., 
1718-38.   V.  of  Knottingley,  Yorks.,  in  i745- 

LASCELLS,  GEORGE.  Adm.  at  St  Catharine's,  1678.  Matric. 
1678.  as  'John';  B.A.  1680-1;  M.A.  1684. 

LASSELS,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  16,  1683. 
Of  Middlesex.  Matric.  1686;  B.A.  1686-7;  M.A.  1690.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Feb.  24,  1688-9.  V.  of  Stone,  Worcs., 
1700-23. 

LASCELLES,  PHILIP.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1611.  3rd  s.  of  Francis,  of  Stank  Hall,  Yorks.  B.A.  1614-5; 
M.A.  1618.   Brother  of  Francis  (1611). 

LASSELLS,  ROBERT.   Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  c.  1596. 

LASCELLES,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  July  6, 
1663.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Famden,  Notts.  School,  Newark 
(Mr  Leeds).  Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1666-7;  M.A.  1670.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (Lichfield)  Oct.  1673.  R.  of  Headon,  near 
East  Retford,  1673-83;  of  Todwick,  near  Rotherham,  1677. 
Died  before  May,  1683.   {Peile,  1.  606.) 

LASCELLES,  WALTER.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1588.  Perhaps 
2nd  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Gunthorpe,  Yorks.  {Vis.  of  Yorks., 
1584-) 

LASCELLS,  WILLIAM.  Chancellor  of  the  University,  1431-2- 
Archdeacon  of  Hunts.,  1421-53.  Preb.  of  York,  1422-43. 
Died  Aug.  22,  1453. 

LASCELLES,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  19)  at  Mag- 
dalene, Nov.  25,  1654.  S.  of  Francis,  of  Stauk  Hall,  Yorks. 
Bapt.  at  Sigston,  Sept.  5,  1634.  School,  Westminster. 
Matric.  1654.   Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  21,  1654-5. 

LASHER,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  June  24, 
1644.  S.  of  Nathaniel.  B.  at  Hastings.  School,  Hastmgs. 
Matric.  1644;  B.A.  1647-8. 

LASKO  or  LOSCOO,  RICHARD.  B.A.  1524-5;  M.A.  1528. 
Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1526.   Bursar,  1538. 

LAST,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Dec.  23,  1662.  Of  Suffolk. 
Perhaps  s.  of  John,  of  Haughley,  gent.  Matric.  1663 ;  Scholar, 
1664;  B.A.  1666-7;  M.A.  1670.  R.  of  Wilby,  Norfolk,  1686- 
1720.   R.  of  Ecdes,  1705-20.   Died  1720. 

LATAST,  RICHARD.  Scholar  of  Clare,  1562. 

LATCH,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1607-8. 

LATEWARD,  JOHN.  .\dm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  6, 
1696.  S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman.  B.  at  Uppington,  Salop. 
School,  Alberbury  (Mr  Gethin).  Matric.  1696;  B.A.  1699- 
1700.   Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  June,  1704. 

LATHUM,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  July  2,  1663; 
B.A.  1666-7.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar.  1666-7;  priest 
(Lincoln)  May  17,  1668.  Schoohnaster  at  Braintree,  Essex. 
C.  of  Tendring.  V.  of  Haverhill,  Suffolk,  1668-82. 

LATHAM,  DANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Easter,  1637. 
S.  of  Thomas,  gent.  B.  in  London.  School,  St  Paul's.  Scholar, 
1637-43;  B.A.  1640-1;  M..\.  1644-  Ord.  priest  (Bishop  of 
Galloway)  Dec.  12,  1644.  R.  of  Stifford,  Essex,  1646-53: 
'an  able  and  constant  preaching  minister.'  Master  of  Brent- 
wood School.  Convicted  for  serving  a  cure  at  Gray's  Thur- 
rock,  1662.  Preacher  at  St  Ethelburgh,  London,  1667. 
One  of  these  names  V.  of  St  Michael,  Highgate,  1669.  {Venn, 
I.  326;  W.  PaUn,  Stifford.) 


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Latham,  Edmund 

LATHAM,  EDMUND.  Grace  for  degree  restored  on  payment  of 
five  marks,  1493.  B.A.  in  i486.  Probably  Fellow  of  Clare. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Gt  Stambridge,  Essex,  1492-8.  R.  of  Shepper- 
ton,  Middlesex,  1494-6.  R.  of  BradweU-by-Sea,  Essex, 
1496-9.   V.  of  Stepney,  Middlesex,  1498-9.  Died  1499. 

LATHAM,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  39,  sk)  at  St  John's, 
July  29,  1631.  S.  of  Anthony,  gent.,  of  Chesterfield,  Derbs. 
B.  there.  School,  Chesterfield  (Mr  Gibson).  Probably  LL.B. 
1 63 1  {Lit.  Reg.). 

LATHAM,  GILBERT.  B.A.  1512-3;  M.A.  1516;  B.D.  1523-4- 
Fellow  of  St  John's,  1513.  Proctor,  15 17-8.  Fellow  of 
Jesus  for  a  time,  till  15 18.  R.  of  Swanscombe,  Kent,  1526-46. 
R.  of  Gt  Shelford,  Cambs.,  to  1527.  R.  of  Elton,  Yorks., 
1533-46.  Master  of  St  Katherine's-by-the-Tower,  1536-46. 
Archdeacon  of  Man,  1546.  Will  (P.C.C.)  proved,  1552;  'of 
Prescott,  Lanes.;  Blore,  Staffs.;  Kirk  Andrew,  Isle  of  Man, 
etc'   (A.  Gray.) 

LATHAM,  HAMLET.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Oct. 
17,  1638.  S.  of  Ralph,  Esq.,  of  parish  of  St  Martin,  Iron- 
monger Lane,  London  (of  Upminster,  Essex,  and  of  the 
Inner  Temple).  School,  in  Aldermanbury.  Matric.  1638. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Mar.  18,  1635-6.  (Venn,  1.  332.) 

LATHAM,  HENRY.  M.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1572.  B.A. 
from  Brasenose  College,  Oxford,  1568-9. 

LATHUM,  JOHN.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1430-5.  'Of 
diocese  Lichfield;  noble  by  both  parents;  aged  18,  in  1438.* 
Perhaps  preb.  of  Southwell,  1442-51.   {Papal  Letters,  viii.) 

LATHAM,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1550.  One  of  these  names,  of  Standon,  Essex,  adm.  at  the 
Inner  Temple,  1557. 

LATHAM,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1576. 
One  of  these  names  R.  of  Kirk  Sandall,  Yorks.,  1588-91. 

LATHAM,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  1639. 

LATHAM,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  21)  at  Pembroke,  June  18, 
1660.  S.  of  John,  of  Congleton,  Cheshire.  B.  there.  Bapt. 
Feb.  26,  1636-7.  Matric.  1660;  B.A.  1663-4;  M.A.  1668.  V. 
of  Bunbury,  Cheshire,  1669-81.  R.  of  Lawton,  1682-1705. 
Died  June  5,  1705.  Buried  at  Lawton.  Fatherof  John  (1713). 
(E.  Axon.) 

LATHUM,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Pembroke,  July  4, 
1663.  S.  of  Edward,  of  Over,  Cheshire.  Matric.  1666;  B.A. 
1666-7;  M.A.  1672.  Perhaps  V.  of  Bedingfield,  Suffolk, 
1679  (M.A.). 

LATHAM,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Feb.  10, 1668-9. 
S.  of  John,  goldsmith,  of  London.  B.  there.  School,  Winwick, 
Lanes.  (Mr  Gorst  and  Mr  Jones).  Matric.  1669;  Scholar, 
1669-76;  B.A.  1672-3;  M.A.  1676.  Fellow,  1676-7.  Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  1676;  priest,  1677.  R.  of  Etchingham,  Sussex, 
1678-1724.  Buried  at  Etchingham,  Sept.  6,  1724.  Fatherof 
John  (1716).    (Venn,  i.  436.) 

LATHAM,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  Feb.  26, 
1694-5.  S.  of  John  (?  1663),  V.  of  Bedingfield,  Suffolk. 
School,  Bury.  Matric.  1695;  B.A.  1698-g.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Sept.  1702;  priest,  June  3,  1705.  R.  of  Westley, 
Suffolk,  1705-18.  Died  there  Jan.  11,  1717-8.  Buried  at 
Westley.   M.I.   (V.  B.  Redstone.) 

LATHAM,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Mar.  25,  1713.    S.  of 

,  clerk,  deceased  [John  (1660),  R.  of  Lawton,  Cheshire]. 

B.  at  Lawton,  Nov.  11,  1694.  Matric.  1713-4;  B.A.  1716-7. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Jime  16,  1717.  Minister  of  Bunney, 
Notts. 

LATHAM,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  19, 
1716.  S.  of  John  (1668-9),  clerk,  R.  of  Etchingham,  Sussex. 
B.  at  Etchingham.  School,  Lewes  (Mr  Pierce).  Matric.  1716; 
B.A.  1719- .:o.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  June  4,  1721;  priest 
(Chichester)  Dec.  23,  1722.  R.  of  Etchingham,  1724-54. 
Buried  there  June  12,  1754.   (Scott-Mayor,  in.  305.) 

LATHAM,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs. 
1570.  Will  of  one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.)  1620;  of  Barnwell 
St  .'\ndrew,  Northants.,  clerk. 

LATHAM,  PAUL.  -Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1585. 
Matric.  1585;  Scholar;  B.A.  1588-9;  M.A.  1592.  Fellow,  c. 
1594. 

LATHAM  or  LATHNAM,  PETER.  B.Can.L.  1515-6. 

LATHAM,  PHILIP.  B.A.  1455-6;  M.A.  1459.  Ord.  sub-deacon 
(Ely)  Apr.  9,  1463.  R.  of  Worplesdon,  Surrey,  1462-70. 
Believed  to  be  possessed  of  an  evil  spirit,  being  unable  to 
govern  himself  or  his  Church.  Died  1476.  (Manning  and 
Bray,  in.  100.) 

LATHAM,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  18,  1674. 
Of  Cheshire.  One  of  these  names  nonconformist  minister  at 
Frodsham,  and  at  Wem.   B.  1653.   Died  Mar.  20,  1705-6. 

V.  A.  C.  III. 


Latimer,  Robert 

LATHAM,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  May  15, 
1630.  S.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Essex.  B.  in  London. 
Schools,  in  Isle  of  Guernsey  (Mr  Picott)  and  London  (Mr 
Dier).  Matric.  1631.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  June  26, 
1632.  Probably  buried  at  Stifford,  Essex,  May  29,  1679. 
{Venn,  i.  294.) 

LATHAM,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1651.  Of  Essex.  B.A.  1654-5;  M.A.  1658.  Fellow, 
1657-8.   Buried  at  St  Botolph's,  Cambridge,  July  9,  1658. 

LATHAM,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  11,  1591. 
Matric.  1591. 

LATHAM, .  B.A.  1483-4;  M.A.  1487.   (Probably  Edmund, 

above.) 

LATHE,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Jesus,  June  21, 
1680.   Of  Lancashire. 

LATHE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  scholar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May  10, 
1585.  S.  of  Richard.  B.  at  Thorpe,  Norfolk.  School, 
Norwich  (Mr  Limbert).  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Catton, 
Norfolk,  and  C.  of  St  Andrew,  Norwich,  in  1597.  Will  proved, 
1614.   (Venn,  i.  124.) 

LATH,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Lent,  1577-8. 
Of  Kirton,  Lines.  S.  of  Thomas.  School,  Kirton.  Migrated 
to  Caius,  Apr.  6,  1578,  age  15;  Scholar  to  1585;  B.A.  1581-2; 
M.A.  1585.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Apr.  14,  1586. 

LATHBURY,  JOSEPH.  .Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  July  10,  1708. 
S.  of  Peter,  R.  of  West  Stow,  Suffolk.  Bapt.  there,  Nov.  1690. 
Exhibitioner  from  Bury  School.  Matric.  1709;  B.A.  1712-3; 
M.A.  1716.  Fellow,  1716.  Usher  of  Bury  School,  1712-30. 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Apr.;  priest.  May,  1722.  R.  of  Liver- 
mere,  Suffolk,  1722-68.  R.  of  Gt  Livermere,  1727-68.  R.  of 
Westerfield,  1742.  R.  of  Stowlangtoft,  1766-75-  Died  Nov. 
1775.  aged  85.  Buried  at  Livermere.  Will,  Bury.  Father  of 
the  next  and  of  Peter. 

LATHBURY,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  July  5,  i740.  S. 
of  Joseph  (above).  B.  at  Bury,  Suffolk.  Matric.  1740;  B.A. 
1744-5;  M.A.  1748.  Fellow  of  Clare,  1747-58.  Ord.  deacon 
(Ely)  May  21,  1749;  priest,  June  2,  1751.  R.  of  Livermere, 
Suffolk,  1768-1804.  Died  Oct.  1804,  aged  84.  Buried  at 
Livermere.   Brother  of  Peter  (next). 

LATHBURY,  PETER.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Aug.  10,  i743-  S. 
of  Joseph  (1708),  R.  of  Livermere.  B.  at  Bury,  Suffolk. 
Matric.  1744;  B.A.  1747-8;  M.A.  1751.  Ord.  deacon  (Nor- 
wich) Dec.  1748;  priest,  Feb.  1748-9.  R.  of  Westerfield, 
Suffolk,  1749.  Died  Apr.  1768,  aged  48.  M.I.  at  Westerfield. 
Brother  of  Joseph  (1740). 

LATHEBERY  or  LOUTHBERRY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from 
Jesus,  Michs.  1544.  Of  Hertfordshire.  B.A.  1548-9.  Fellow 
of  St  John's,  1555. 

LATHELL, .  B.Civ.L.  1472-3.  Possibly  Nicholas,  Baron  of 

the  Exchequer,  1487.  Buried  at  St  Botolph,  Aldersgate, 
London  (see  will  of  Thomas  Hobson,  P.C.C,  1511)-  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1501. 

LATHINGE,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1628 ; 
B.A.  1631-2. 

LATHWETT,  JAMES.  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1603-4;  M.A. 
1611.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  19,  1610;  priest  (Peterb.) 
June  7,  1612.  R.  of  Martin,  Lines.,  1612.  Licensed  (Bishop 
of  Lincoln)  to  marry  Anne,  dau.  of  John  Spalding,  of  Holton 
Beckering,  Sept.  29,  1612:  'he  of  Carlton  Parva,  age  30.' 
(J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LAYTHWETT,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Lent, 
1597-8. 

LATHWET,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1603-4;  M.A. 
1611.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Nov.  1,  1602;  priest.  May  19, 
i6ii.  Possibly  V.  of  Belchford,  Lines.,  1610-37.  Will 
(Lincoln)  1637.  One  of  these  names  (?  his  father)  ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Aug.  10,  1577-  R-  of  .\nderby.  Lines.,  1591-1620. 
Will  (Lincoln)  1620.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LATIMER,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1571- 

LATIMER,  HUGH.  B.A.  1510-r  (probably  at  Peterhouse, 
where  he  was  a  pupil  of  Dr  John  Watson).  S.  of  Hugh,  of 
Thurcaston,  Leics.  M.A.  1514;  B.D.  1524.  Fellow  of  Clare, 
Feb.  2,  1510.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoki)  Apr.  7;  priest,  July  15, 
1515.  University  chaplain  and  cross-keeper,  1522-9.  Uni- 
versity preacher,  1523.  Chaplain  to  Anne  Boleyn.  R.  of 
West  Kington,  Wilts.,  1531.  Bishop  of  Worcester,  1535-91 
declined  reinstatement  under  Edward  VI.  Committed  to  the 
Tower  on  Mary's  accession,  1553.  Condemned  of  heresy,  and 
burnt  at  Oxford,  with  Ridley,  Oct.  16,  1555,  aged  80.  Famous 
as  a  preacher.  His  extant  writings  edited  for  the  Parker 
Society,  in  1844-5.   (D.N.B.;  Stokes,  Chaplains.) 

LATIMER,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1587. 
Perhaps  B.A.  from*  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford,  1591;  M.A. 
(Magdalen  College)  1595.  R-  of  Leigh  Delamere,  Wilts.,  1609. 
(Al.  OxoH.) 


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Latimer,  William 

LATIMER,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  1536;  D.D.  1564,  on  the  Queen's 
visit.  He  was  then  of  Corpus  Christi.  Master  of  the  College 
of  St  Lawrence  Pountney,  London,  1538-47.  R.  of  Witnes- 
ham,  1538-54.  R.  of  Speldhurst,  Kent,  1538-53-  R-  °i  St 
Mary  Abchurch,  London,  1553-4  and  1556-61.  R.  of  St 
George,  Southwark,  1559-61.  Dean  of  Peterborough,  1559" 
83.  Preb.  of  Westminster,  1560-83.  Chaplain  to  the  Queen. 
R.  of  Kirkton  and  Shotley,  Sufiolk,  1559-83-  Buried  in 
PeterboroughCathedral,  Aug.  28,  1583.  WiU,  P.C.C.  {Cooper, 
I.  481.) 

LATTAMER  or  LATEMER, .   B.Can.L.  1499- 

LATISTER, .   B.A.  1456-7- 

LATLAIS,  HARRISON.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  June  7,  1625. 
S.  of  Jonas,  of  Hampshire.  School,  Maldon  (Mr  Danes). 
Matric.  1625. 
LATNER,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1620; 
B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  July  13; 
priest,  July  14,  1628. 
LATTER,  EDMUND.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Nov  25, 
1723.  S.  of  Edmund,  farmer,  of  Kent.  B.  at  Tonbndge. 
Exhibitioner  from  Tonbndge  School.  Matric.  1724;  B.A. 
1727-8;  M.A.  1731.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1733.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Sept.  21,  1729;  priest  (Gloucester,  LiU.  dim.  from 
Rochester)  Mar.  11,  1730-1.  R.  of  Bidborough,  Kent,  1732- 
89.  R.  of  Ashurst,  1746-57.  R-  of  Burstow,  Surrey,  1757-89- 
WiU,  P.C.C.  [Scott-Mayor,  in.  364.) 
LATTON,  FILBY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1631. 
Of  Huntingdonshire.  Migrated  to  Corpus  Christi,  1631.  B.A. 
1635-6.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  20,  1638. 
LATON,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  1525-6  (or  1526-7,  1st  in  the  ordo); 
M.A.  1530.  Supp.  for  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1532-3-  Perhaps 
preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1544-51.  Preb.  of  York,  1545-51-  Died 
1551- 
LATTON,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  1680  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  2nd  s. 
of  Thomas,  of  Kingston,  Berks.,  gent.  Matric.  from  Wadham 
College,  Oxford,  July  12,  1670,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1674; 
M.A.  1677.  Fellow  of  Wadham,  1675-  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Feb.  12,  1678-9.   {Al.  Oxen.;  Vis.  of  Berks.,  1665.) 

LATONER, .   B.Civ.L.  1496- 

LATUS,  FERDINAND.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  Oct. 
12,  1635.  S.  of  Anthony,  Esq.,  of  the  Beck,  Millom,  Cumber- 
land.  Matric.  1635. 

LATYLL, .   M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1474-5- 

LAUD,  WILLIAM.  D.D.  1626  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
William,  clothier,  of  Reading.  B.  there,  i573-  School, 
Reading.  Matric.  from  St  John's  College,  Oxford,  Oct.  17, 
1589,  age  16;  Scholar;  B.A.  1594;  M-A-  1598;  B.D.  1604; 
D.D.  1608.  Fellow  and  President  of  St  John's.  Proctor, 
1603-4.  Chancellor  of  Oxford  University,  1630-41.  Held 
many  livings.  V.  of  Stanford,  Northants.,  1607.  V.  of 
Caxton,  Kent,  1610.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1614-22.  Archdeacon 
of  Huntingdon,  1615-22.  Dean  of  Gloucester,  1616-21. 
Bishop  of  St  David's,  1621-6.  Preb.  of  Westminster,  1621-8. 
Became  predominant  in  the  Church  of  England  at  the 
accession  of  Charles  I.  Supported  the  King  in  his  struggle 
with  the  Commons.  Dean  of  the  Chapel  Royal,  1626.  Bishop 
of  Bath  and  Wells,  1626-8.  Privy  CounciUor,  1627.  Bishop 
of  London,  1628-33.  Archbishop  of  Canterbury,  1633-45- 
Author,  Sermons.  Beheaded  on  a  charge  of  high  treason, 
Jan.  10,  1644-5.  His  body  was  subsequently  removed  to  the 
Chapel  of  St  John's  College,  O.xford.   {D.N.B.;  Al.  Oxon.) 

LAUDERDALE,  .    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  Oct.  11, 

1668. 
LAUGHERNE  or  LAWHORNE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from 
Pembroke,  Easter,  1568.  Probably  2nd  s.  of  Richard,  V.  of 
Edmonton,  Middlesex,  and  brother  of  the  next.  B.A.  1571-2; 
M.A.  1575.  Fellow,  1572.  PerhapsR.of  Stratford  St  Andrew, 
Sufiolk,  1589; ' Laughlyn.  M.A.'  Richard  Laughlen  or  Lafflin, 
V.  of  Stansted  Mountfitchet,  Essex,  1591-1601.  The  father 
in  his  will  (P.C.C,  1570)  mentions  Richard  and  Thomas. 
(J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
LAUGHORNE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1559.  Probably  ist  s.  of  Richard,  V.  of  Edmonton,  Middlesex, 
and  brother  of  the  last.  B.A.  1563-4;  M.A.  from  Pembroke, 
1567.  Fellow  of  Trinity,  1564.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  1567. 
Succeeded  his  father  as  V.  of  Edmonton,  1570-2. 
LAUGHTON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar 
from  Eton,  Aug.  25,  1559.  Of  Uxbridge,  Middlesex.  Doubt- 
less 3rd  s.  of  WiUiam  (whose  will,  P.C.C,  i559);  and  brother 
of  George  (1560).  Matric.  1559;  B.A.  1563-4-  Fellow,  1562-4. 
LAUGHTON,  GABRIEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Magdalene, 
July  1, 1671.  S.  of  WiUiam,  clerk,  of  Somerby,  Lines.  School, 
Knotting,  Beds,  (private).  Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1674-5;  M.A. 
1678.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  19,  1675.  R.  of  Benning- 
ton, Lines.,  age  30.  Married  Anne  Bamaby,  of  Boston,  Oct. 
31,  1685.  Brother  of  Isaac  (1672). 


LAUGHTON,  Thomas 

LAUGHTON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from 

Eton,  Aug.   24,   1560.    Of  Uxbridge.    Doubtless  4th  s.  of 

WiUiam  (wiU,  P.C.C,  1559);  and  brother  of  Edward  (i559)- 

Matric.  1560;  B.A.  1564-5;  M.A.  1568.   FeUow,  1563-71- 

LAWTON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  20, 

1715.    S.  of  John  (?  1674-5)-    B.  at  Newcastle-under-Lyme, 
Staffs.   School,  King's  Bromley  (Mr  Pannel).   Matnc.  1715- 

Resided  two  years.   (Peile,  u.  187.) 
LAWTON,  GILBERT.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  29, 

1582.    S.  of  Robert,  citizen  of  London.    B.  there.    School, 
St  Paul's.   Scholar,  1582-4. 
LAUGHTON,  ISAAC.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  May 

29,1672.  S.  of  William,  of  Somerby,  Lines.  School,  Knotting, 

Beds.    Matric.  1674;  B.A.  1675-6;  M.A.  1679-   Ord.  deacon 

(Peterb.)  Sept.  24,  1676.    R.  of  Ashby,  Norfolk,  1691-1718. 

R.  of  Clippesby,  till  1718.    Died  1718.    Brother  of  Gabnel 

(1671)- 
LAWGHTON,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 

1559.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Drayton  Beauchamp,  Bucks., 

1572-84.   Died  1584. 
LAWTON,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1560. 
LAUGHTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  28, 

1653.    S.  of  John,  husbandman,  of  Abington,  Cambs.    B. 

there.    School,  Grendon,  Northants.  (Mr  Shilbume).    B.A. 

1656. 
LAUGHTON,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  i,  1665.   S. 

of  John,  of  Eastfield.  TickhiU,  Yorks.,  Esq.   Bapt.  Jan.  17, 

1649-50.    Matric.  1665;  Scholar,  1668;  B.A.  i668-g;  M.A. 

1672.   Chaplain  and  CoUege  librarian.    University  librarian, 

1686-1712.     Preb.   of   Lichfield,    1696.     Complimented   by 

Ufienbach  and  others  on  his  learning  and  his  private  library. 

Died  Sept.  4, 1712.  (Hunter,  S.  Yorfts.,  i.  246;  J.  E.  B.Mayor, 

Cambridge  under  Queen  Anne.) 
LAWTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Feb. 

27,    1674-5.     S.   of    WiUiam    (1645-6),   Esq.,  of    Lawton, 

Cheshire.  B.  there,  May  7,  1656.  School,  Coventry.  Married 

(i)  Anne,  granddau.  of  Henry  Eari  of  Manchester,  (2)  Mary, 

widow  of  Sir  Edward  LongueviUe,  Bart.  Died  June  10,  1736- 

Perhaps  father  of  George  (1715)-  (Burke,  L.G.\  Ormerod,  iii. 

11.) 
LAUGHTON,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  18,  1690. 

Of  Lincolnshire.    Matric.   1691;  B.A.   1694-5;   M.A.   1698. 

Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  7,  1696;  priest.  Mar.  20,  1697.  R. 

of  Godeby,  Leics.,   1698-1700.    R.  of  Ibstock,   1699-1726. 

Died  Aug.  12,  1726.  M.I.   Father  of  William  (1715)- 
LAUGHTON,  MANWARING.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 

June  24,  1734.    S.  of  John,  attomey-at-law,  of  Eastfield, 

Yorks.  B.  there.  Bapt.  Jan.  4,  i7i4-5-  School,  Chesterfield, 

Derbs.  (Mr  Burrow).   Matric.  i735;  B.A.  1737-8;  M.A.  1746. 

Ord.  deacon  (Lincohi)  Dec.  24,  1738;  priest.  Mar.  2,  1739-40. 

V.  of  Lyddington,  Rutland,  1748-89-   R.  of  St  Mary,  Stam 

for4    1754-89.    Married   (i)    Mary  GoodaU,   (2)   Elizabeth 

Rossington.   {Scott-Mayor,  iii.  457;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 
LAWGHTON  or  LATON,  PHILIP.    Matric.  pens,  from  King's, 

Easter,  1580. 
LAUGHTON,  RICHARD.    .\dm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Oct.  20,  1680. 

Of  London.  Matric.  i68i;  B.A.  1684-5;  M.A.  1691  {Lit.  Reg.); 

D.D.  1717  {Lit.  Reg.).  FeUow,  1686.  Senior  proctor,  1709-10. 

A  popular  tutor.  Ardent  supporter  of  the  Newtonian  system. 

V.  of  Quy-cum-Stow,  Cambs.,   1709.    Preb.  of  Worcester, 

1717-23.    Chaplain  to  George  I.    Author,  Sermons.    Died 

July  28, 1723.  For  an  account  of  his  proctorial  zeal  see  Monk's 

Bentley,  i.  286.    {D.N.B.) 
LAUGHTON  or  LAWTON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  John's, 

May  13,  1686.    S.  of  John,  gent.    B.  at  Catworth,  Hunts. 

School,  Kimbolton  (Mr  Trott).   Matric.  1686;  B.A.  1689-90. 

Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  22,   1699-1700.    Perhaps  R.  of 

Drayton,  Norfolk,  1698-9.  R.  of  Molesworth,  Hunts.,  1700-6. 

One  of  these  names  R.  of  Shotesham  St  Martin,  1706.   Died 

1706. 
LAWTON,  SAMUEL.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1626-7;  M.A.  1631. 

Probably  R.  of  Lawton,  Cheshire,  in  1642. 
LAUGHTON,  SIDDALL.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Apr. 

16,  1743.  S.  of  Ferdinand,  of  Altrincham,  Cheshire.   Matric. 

1743;  Scholar,  1744;  B.A.  1746-7-   Of  Liverpool.   Died  s.p. 

(Burke,  L.G.) 
LAUGHTON,  THOMAS.   (No  B.A.)   M.A.  1564.  Eight  years  at 

Oxford  and  Cambridge. 
LAUGHTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1573- 

S.  of  Thomas.   B.A.  1577-8;  M.A.  1581;  B.D.  1588.   FeUow, 

1588-9.    Held  landlcalled  the  Parsonage  at  Thorpe  Arnold, 

Leics.,  upon  which  he  gave  a  yearly  charge  of  £3.  6s.  Sd.  for 

a  Library  Scholar.   (Peile,  1.  127.) 
LAUGHTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1588. 
LAWTON,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1622-3. 


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Laughton,  Thomas 

LAWTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  lo,  1657.  Of 
Staffordshire  (probably  NewcasUe-under-Lyme).  Ma  trie. 
1657;  Scholar,  1661;  B.A.  1661.  One  of  these  names  Master 
of  Bury  School,  Lanes.,  c.  1662.  Minister  of  Newton  Heath 
Chapel,  Manchester,  1671-88.  Died  Feb.  28,  1687-8.  (A. 
Gray;  E.  Axon.) 

LAUGHTON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1573;  B-A.  from  Queens',  1576-7;  M.A.  1580.  One  of  these 
names  R.  of  Lawton,  Cheshire,  1583.  Buried  there  Jan.  27, 
1640. 

LAUGHTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Queens',  Jan. 
1645-6.  Of  Lincohishire.  Matric.  1647-8;  B.A.  1649;  M.A. 
1654.  One  of  these  names  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Lawton, 
Cheshire,  Esq.  B.  1630.  Sheriff  of  Cheshire,  1672.  Died 
Sept.  9,  1693.   Father  of  John  (1674-5).   (Burke,  L.G.) 

LAUGHTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  20, 
1715.  Of  Ibstock,  Leics.  S.  of  John  (1690).  Bapt.  at  Godeby, 
Leics.,  Feb.  20,  1699-1700.  Matric.  1716;  B.A.  1719-20; 
M.A.  1723.  Dixie  fellow,  1720.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar. 
10,  1722-3;  priest,  May  31,  1724.  V.  of  Mackworth,  Derbs., 
c,  1727-31.    Died  Jan.  20,  1731.    Buried  at  Ibstock.    M.I. 

LAUNCE,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1594. 

LAUNCE,  ROBERT  STYLES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
June  30,  1716.  S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Durham.  Schools, 
Merchant  Taylors'  and  Worcester.  Matric.  1716,  as  'Thomas 
Lance';  B.A.  1719-20;  M.A.  1739.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Mar.  13,  1719-20;  priest  (Carlisle)  Dec.  18,  1726.  R.  of 
Slindon,  Sussex,  1739-64.  R.  of  Binsted,  1739-64.  Died 
Aug.  10,  1764.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1764.  (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  306.) 

LAUNCE  or  LANCE,  WILLIAM.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  June  7, 
1612,  as  'aged  24;  late  of  Trinity  College,  M.A.';  priest, 
Dec.  18,  1614.  B.  at  Halesworth,  Suffolk.  Chaplain  to 
Dudley,  Lord  North.  V.  of  St  Michael-le-Querne,  1621-41. 
V.  of  Pinner,  Middlesex,  1625.  R.  of  St  Edmund-the-King, 
London,  1648-66.  Buried  at  St  Edmund's,  Jan.  1665-6. 
WiU  (P.C.C.)  1666. 

LAUNDER,  sec  also  LANDER. 

LAUNDER,  ABEL  COLLIN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  22, 
1744.  S.  of  Cornelius,  gent.  Bapt.  at  St  Peter's,  Nottingham, 
Mar.  25,  1726.  Colleger  at  Eton.  Matric.  1744;  B.A.  1747-8; 
M.A.  1751.  Ord.  priest  (York)  Sept.  23,  1750.  R.  of  Elton- 
on-the-Hill,  Notts.,  1750-1803.  R.  of  ToUerton,  1753.  R.  of 
CUfton,  1754-1803.  Died  Aug.  29,  1803,  aged  77.  (Godfrey, 
Notts.) 

LAUNDER,  AMBROSE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Mar.  8,  1686-7. 
Matric.  1687;  B.A.  1690-1.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  1691; 
C.  of  Ravenstone,  Bucks.  Chaplain  in  the  Navy,  1703. 
{Peile,  II.  104.) 

LAUNDER  or  LAWNDE,  GEOFFREY.  B.A.  1479-80;  M.A. 
1483-4; B.D.  1503-4. 

LAUNDER,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1627.   Of  Warwickshire.  B.A.  1629-30;  M.A.  1633. 

LANDER,  GIBSON.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  May  11, 
1692.  Of  Dedham,  Essex.  Probably  s.  of  John  (next).  Matric. 
1693;  B.A.  1696-7.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  19,  1697; 
priest,  May  21,  1699.   V.  of  'Bricklesea,'  Essex,  1699. 

LAUNDER,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  June  3, 

1661.  Of  Coventry.  Matric.  1661;  B.A.  1664-5;  M.A.  1668. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1671.  Signed  for  deacon's  orders  (London) 
Feb.  18,  1664-5.  V.  of  Dedham,  Essex,  1672-8.  Died  1678. 
Probably  father  of  Gibson  (above). 

LAURIE,  see  LAWRY. 

LAUTER,  GEOFFREY.   B.A.  1526-7. 

LAVAURE,  JAMES  GAST.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Oct.  17, 
1733-  Of  Kent.  Doubtless  s.  of  Jacques  Gast,  for  33  years 
minister  of  the  Walloon  Church,  Canterbury.  Matric.  1734; 
B.A.  1737-8;  M.A.  1741.   (H.  G.  Harrison.) 

LAVECK,  Monsieur.   Mandate  for  M.D.  1689. 

LAVELL,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  June,  1565. 

LAVENDER,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1627. 
Of  Lincolnshire.  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634.  C.  of  Kelvedon 
Hatch,  Essex,  in  1637-41-.  R.  of  High  Ongar,  1643;  ejected, 

1662.  Member  of  the  Essex  Classis.  Died  at  High  Ongar, 
Apr.  23,  1670,  aged  59.  Buried  there.  M.I.  Father  of  John 
(1665).   {Calamy,  1.  515;  Davids,  436;  R.  Smith.) 

LAVENDER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Peterhouse,  Aug. 

9,  1653.  Of  London. 
LAVANDER,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Apr.  27, 

1665.   S.  of  John  (1627).    Matric.  1665;  B.A.  1670-1.    Ord. 

deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  23,  1671;  priest  (London)  May  21,  1676. 

C.  of  Lamboume,  Essex,  1678-92.  C.  of  Wanford.  Died  1698. 

Will  (P.C.C.)   1698;  of  Stanford  Rivers,  Essex,  clerk.    (R. 

Smith.) 
LAVENDER,  OSWIN.    .\dm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

1499.   Left,  as  scholar. 


Lawe,  Thomas 

LAVENDER,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse, 

June  29, 1710.  Of  Surrey.  School,  Winchester.  Matric.  1710; 

Scholar,  1710;  B.A.  1713-4;  M.A.  1717.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 

June  i6,  1717. 
LAVEROCK,  GEORGE.   B.A.  1521-2  (apparently  in  the  ordo  of 

1523-4)-    Of  Lincolnshire.    M.A.   152&-7.    Fellow  of  Pem- 
broke, 1524.  WiU  (V.C.C.)  1528. 
LAVEROCK,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  1623.  Matric. 

1623;  B.A.  1626-7. 
LAVEROCK,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1635; 

B.A.  1639-40;  M.A.  1645.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  28; 

priest,  Dec.  24,  1643. 
LAVERACK,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  25, 

1727.    S.  of  James,  gent.,  of  Derbyshire.    B.  at  Morton. 

School,  Southwell,  Notts.  (Mr  Hodgson).   Matric.  1727;  B.A. 

1730-1;  M.A.  1738.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  18,  1732-3; 

priest,  Sept.  22,  1734.   R.  of  Brigsley,  Lines.,  1744-59.    V. 

of  Rolleston,  Notts.,  1759-68.  R.  of  Beelsby,  Lines.,  1768-79. 

(Scott-Mayor,  in.  404.) 
LAVEROK,    RICHARD.    Scholar  at   King's   Hall,    1441-52. 

Official  to  the  Bishop  of  Ely,  1458;  'LL.D.'    Perhaps  V.  of 

Hsislingfleld,  Cambs.,  till  his  death,  1473. 
LAW,  EDMUND.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  6,  1720. 

S.  of  Edmund,   clerk,  and  C.  of  Staveley,  Lanes.    B.  at 

Cartmell-in-Fumess,  Lanes.   Schools,  Cartmell  (Mr  Roskell) 

and  Kendal  (Mr  Towers).   Matric.  1720;  B.A.  1723-4;  M.A. 

from  Christ's,  1727;  D.D.  1749.   Fellow  of  Christ's,  1726-7. 

Vice-Chancellor,    1755-6.    Master  of   Peterhouse,    1756-87. 

University  librarian,  1760-9.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  5, 

1726;  priest,  Sept.  24,  1727.    R.  of  Greystoke,  Cumberland, 

1737-46.  Archdeacon  of  Carlisle,  1743-56.   R.  of  Gt  Salkeld, 

1746-87.  Archdeacon  of  Stafford,  1763-g.  Preb.  of  Lichfield, 

1763-9.    Knightbridge  Professor  of  Moral  Theology,  1764. 

Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1764-9;  of  Durham,  1767-9.    Bishop  of 

Carlisle,    1769-87.     Author,   philosophical.     Died   at    Rose 

Castle,  Carlisle,  Aug.  14,  1787.   Buried  in  Carlisle  Cathedral. 

(Peile,  n.  201;  Scott-Mayor,  iii.  331;  D.N.B.) 
LAW,  FARMERY.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  7,  1719.  Of 

Northamptonshire.  Doubtless  s.  of  Thomas,  grocer,  deceased, 

of  King's  Cliffe,  Northants.,  and  Margaret  Farmery.   Matric. 

1720;  B.A.  1723-4;  M.A.  1727.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  19, 

1725.   R.  of  Sibson,  Leics.,  1727.   Died  Sept.  29,  1769.   M.I. 

at  Sibson.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1769.  Brother  of  WilUam  (1705)  and 

Nathaniel  (1707-8).    (Nichols,  iv.  956.) 
LAWE,  JEREMY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1617.  One 

of  these  names,  s.  of  Robert,  of  Halifax,  adm.  at  Lincoln's 

Inn,  June  9,  1618.   (Peile,  i.  321.) 
LAW,  JOHN.   FeUow  of  Queens',  1448.  Perhaps  R.  of  Haddon, 

Hunts.,  1474-83.   Benefactor. 
LAWE,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1569;  B.A. 

1573-4- 
LAWE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1570. 
LAWE,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.   1578; 

B.A.  from  Clare,  1581-2.    One  of  these  names  R.  of  Little 

Wratting,  Suffolk,  1591-1609.   Married  Margaret  Powter,  of 

Dullingham,  Cambs.,  at  Gt  Bradley,  Nov.  1593. 
LAWE,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Lent,  1579-80; 

B.A.  1583-4- 
LAW,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Michs.  1584.   Matric. 

1584. 
LAWE,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  25,  1591.   One 

of  these  names,  of  Little  Wigston,  Leics.,  adm.  at  the  Inner 

Temple,  1593. 
LAWE,  JONATHAN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Magdalene,  Jime 

8,    1664.     S.   of   Jonathan,   of   Boston,    Lines.,   merchant, 

deceased.    School,  Moulton,  near  Spalding,  Lines.  Matric. 

1664;  B.A.  1667-8;  M.A.  1671.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1671. 

Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24,  1670.    R.  of  Bow  Brickhill, 

Bucks.,  1 67 1. 
LAWE,  MATTHEW.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1613, 

scholar  from  Westminster.  B.  in  St  Faith-the- Virgin,  London. 

B.A.  1617-8;  M.A.  1621.    Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  23, 

1621.   R.  of  Allerton,  Somerset,  1636. 
LAW,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  11,  1707-8. 

Of  Northamptonshire.    Doubtless  s.  of  Thomas,  grocer,  of 

King's  Cliffe,  Northants.    Matric.  1710;  B.A.  1711-2.    Ord. 

deacon  (Peterb.)  May  30, 1713;  C.  of  King's Clifie,  Northants.; 

priest  (London)  Apr.  3,  1715.  Brother  of  William  (1705)  and 

Farmery  (1719)- 
LAWE,  ROBERT.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May,  1558. 
LAWE,  ROBERT.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1586. 

B.  at  Syke  House,  Fishlake,  Yorks.,  1568.   B.A.  (?  1589-90). 

Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  13;  priest,  Oct.  7,  1599.    V.  of 

St  Mary,  Huntingdon,  1602-44.   Died  1644. 
LAWE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's,  Feb.  1564-5. 

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LAWE,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  27,  1634. 

Of  Lincolnshire.    Matric.   1634;   B.A.   1637-8;   M.A.   1641. 

R.  o£  Fleet,  Lines.,  1643.    R.  of  Wyberton,  Mar.  i,  1647-8. 

{Shaw,  I.  352,  353.) 
LAWE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  May,  1555- 
LAWE,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1579- 

LAW,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1612;  B.A. 
1615-6.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  16;  priest,  Dec.  17,  1620. 
(Petle,  I.  288.) 

LAW,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1651. 

LAW,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  June  15, 
1665.  S.  of  Stephen.  B.  at  Silsoe,  Beds.  School,  TattershaU, 
Lines.  (Mr  Alcock).  Matric.  1665;  B.A.  1668-9.  Ord.  priest 
(Lincoln)  June,  1669.  V.  of  Wispington,  Lines.,  1669.  (Peile, 
1.  6i8.) 

LAW,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  7,  1705.  S.  of 
Thomas,  grocer.  B.  at  King's  Cliffe.Northants.,  1686.  Matric. 
J705;  B.A.  1708-9;  M.A.  1712.  Degraded  from  M.A.  to  a 
soph,  for  his  Jacobite  Tripos  speech,  1712.  Fellow,  1711-7; 
ejected  as  non-juror.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  23,  1710. 
C.  of  Haslingfield,  Cambs.,  1711-  Resided  at  Putney;  tutor 
to  Edward  Gibbon  (1727).  Finally  retired  to  King's  Clifie, 
1740.  An  ardent  disciple  of  Jacob  Behmen.  Author,  Serious 
Call,  etc.  Died  Apr.  9,  1761,  aged  75-  Will  (P.C.C.) ;  of  King's 
Cliffe.  Brother  of  Farmery  (1719)  and  Nathaniel  (1707-8). 
(D.A'.S.;  Emmanuel  Coll.  Hist.,  123.) 
LAW,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  13, 
1748.  S.  oi  William,  of  Southwell,  Notts.  School,  Chester- 
field, Derbs.  (Mr  Burroughs).  Matric.  1748;  Scholar,  1749; 
B.A.  1752;  M.A.  1759.  Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Norwich,  Litt. 
dim.  from  York)  Dec.  1752;  priest  (Lincoln,  Litt.  dim.  from 
York)  Mar.  10,  1754. 

LAWE, .   B.A.  1515-6. 

LAWES,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  8,  1597. 
Matric.  c.  1597;  B.A.  1600-1. 

LAWIS,  EDWARD.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  21;  priest, 
Sept.  22, 1628,  as  of  Christ's  College,  literate.  (H.  I.  Longden.) 

LAWES,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity  Hall,  Apr.  2,  1714. 
Matric.  1714;  LL.B.  1717  {Cotn.  Reg.).  Perhaps  s.  of  Sir 
Nicholas,  Governor  of  Jamaica,  Knt.;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Julys,  1717- 

LAWSE,  JOHN.   Fee  for  B.A.  1466-7. 

LAWIS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Magdalene,  Mar.  15, 
1737-8.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Ashby  Puerorum,  Lines.  Matric. 
1738. 

LAWES,  PETER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Feb.  1679-80. 
S.  of  Stephen,  brewer,  deceased,  of  Carlton  Rode,  Norfolk. 
B.  there.  Schools,  Barford,  Norfolk  (Mr  Clark)  and  Wymond- 
ham.  Matric.  1680;  B.A.  1683-4;  Scholar,  1684-5.  Master  at 
Aylsham  School,  Sept.  18,  1686.  V.  of  Hales,  Norfolk,  to 
1722.  Died  June  5,  1722.  M.I.  in  Hales  Church.  Will 
(Norwich  C.  C.)  1722.   {Venn,  i.  464.) 

LAWES,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1555.  S. 
of  Thomas,  of  Aylsham,  Norfolk.  B.  at  Gt  Witchingham. 
Migrated  to  Corpus  Christi.  B.A.  1558-9;  M.A.  1562;  LL.D. 
1578.  Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  1558.  Ord.  priest  (London) 
Dec.  27,  1559,  age  22.  Preb.  of  Canterbury,  1569-i;.  83. 
Master  of  Eastbridge  Hospital  there.  Commissary-general  to 
Archbishop  Whitgift.  Died  Aug.  9,  1595.  {Cooper,  11.  183; 
Masters.) 

LAWES,  WALTER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Nov.  10, 
1702.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Lee,  Hants.  School,  Salisbury  (Mr 
Hardwick).  Matric.  1702-3;  Scholar,  1704;  B.A.  1706-7. 

LAWSE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1574.  Of 
Norfolk.  Matric.  Easter,  1575;  B.A.  1577-8;  M.A.  1581.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  Feb.  12,  1579-80.  R.  of  Balsham, 
Cambs.,  1589.  Probably  R.  of  Brooke,  Kent,  1580  (B..'\.); 
R.  of  High  Halden,  1600-27.  Buried  there  Feb.  23,  1626-7. 
(H.  G.  Harrison.) 

LAWES  or  LAWIS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Mag- 
dalene, June  28,  1664.  S.  of  Edward,  clerk,  of  Miningsby, 
Lines.  School,  Revesby.  Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1667-8;  M.A. 
1671.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  20,  1668;  priest,  June  6, 
1669.  V.  of  Ashby  Puerorum,  Lines.,  1673-1715.  P.C.  of 
Asgarby. 

LAWES, .  Matric.  sizar  from  Gonville  Hall,  Easter,  1544. 

LAWFLYN  or  LAUGHLIN,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from 
King's,  Michs.  1571;  B.A.  from  Pembroke,  1574-5;  M.A. 
1578.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Apr.  25,  1589.  R.  of  Tunstall 
and  Dunningworth,  Suffolk,  1600;  living  there,  1636. 

LAWFORD,  DANIEL.  M.A.  1633  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
Warwickshire,  pleb.  Matric.  from  Oriel  College,  Oxford,  Apr. 
30,  1619,  age  15;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1622;  M.A.  1627-8;  B.D. 


Lawrence,  Cornelius 

1638.  Proctor  (Oxford)  1637.  V.  of  Bisley,  Gloucs.,  1638-41, 
resigned.    R.  of  Oare,  Somerset,   1642.    (Al.  Oxon.;  F.  S. 
Hockaday.) 
LAWGDEN,  RICHARD.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Lent, 

1563-4- 
LAWGHTENHOUSE,  RICHARD.   B.A.  1521-2. 

LAWLESS, .   B.A.  1482-3.   An  Irishman. 

LAWLEY,  FRANCfS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Magdalene, 
July  I,  1699.   S.  of  Sir  Thomas,  Bart.   B.  at  Canwell  Priory, 
Staffs.   School,  Kensington.   Matric.  1699. 
LAWLEY,  GEORGE.    M.A.   1610  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).    Of 
Salop.     S.   of   Thomas.     Matric.   from   Brasenose   College, 
Oxford,  Feb.  27,  1595-6,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1599;  M.A. 
1602;  B.C.L.  1608.    Fellow  of  AU  Souls.    Perhaps  M.P.  for 
Much  Wenlock,  1604-11.    {Al.  Oxon.) 
LAWLEY,  JOHN.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1691. 
B.  at  Aynhoe,  Northants.   Matric.  Lent,  1692;  B..\.  1695-6; 
M.A.  1699.   Fellow,  1695.   Assistant  Master  at  Eton,  1695- 
1703.    Ord.   deacon   (London)   Sept.   24,    1699.    Buried  at 
Aynhoe,  .\pr.  29,  1703. 
LAULAYE,  WILLIAM.   B.A.  1526-7. 

LAUGHLEY, .   Perhaps  degree,  1456-7  ("O"  admissus). 

LAWMAN,  RICHARD.   B.A.  1528  9. 
LAWND,  ROBERT,  see  LUND. 

LAWND  or  LOWNDE,  JOHN.   B.A.  1506-7;  M.A.  1518-9;  B.D. 
1538-9- 

LAWND, .  B.A.  1527-8- 

LAWNE,  see  also  DE  LAWNE. 

LAWNE  or  LAUND,  HENRY.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from 

Eton,  1448.   Of  Lincolnshire. 
LAWNE,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Lent,  1577-8;  B.A. 
from  Peterhouse,  1580-1,  as  'Lav/nde';  M.A.  1584.  Licensed, 
1582,   to  marry  Sarah  Awsten,   of  Trumpington.    {T.  A. 
Walker.) 
LAWNE,  JOHN.  B.A.  (?  1592-3);  M.A.  from  Jesus,  1596. 
LAWNE,  NATHANIEL.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  14, 
1596-7.    .Matric.  c.  1596.    Migrated  to  Peterhouse,  1598-9- 
Scholar;  B.A.  1599-1600. 
LAWNEY,  THOMAS.    Educated  at  Cambridge.   Afterwards  at 
Cardinal  College  (Christ  Church),  Oxford,  where  he  was  im- 
prisoned on  suspicion  of  heresy.    Chaplain  to  the  Duke  of 
Norfolk.  Beneficed  in  Kent.    {Cooper,  i.  72.) 
LAWPAGE,   CHRISTOPHER.     B.A.    from   Christ's,    1617-8; 
M.A.  1621.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  9;  priest.  Mar.  10, 
1622-3.     R-   of   Ringstead  St   Andrew,   Norfolk,   1626-39. 
{Peile,  I.  300;  H.  I.  Longden.) 
LAWPAGE,  CHRISTOPHER.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's, 
Apr.  8,   1638.    S.  of  George.    B.  at  Burton  (?  Burton-in- 
Lonsdale),  Yorks.  School,  Kirkby  Lonsdale  (Mr  Carr).  B.A. 
1641-2;  M.A.  1646.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  July  5, 
1646. 
LAWPAGE,  GEORGE.   Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Sept. 
7,   1658.    S.  of  Edward,  deceased,  of  Burton-in-Lonsdale, 
Yorks.   B.  there.   School,  Sedbergh  (Mr  Buchanan).   Matric. 
1658,  as  'Lowpage.' 
LAWRENCE,  ARTHUR.    Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Easter, 

1544.  Matric.  1544- 
LAWRENCE,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi, 
1661.  Of  Norwich.  Matric.  1661;  B.A.  1664-5;  M.A.  1668. 
LAWRENCE,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  June  11, 
1610.  S.  of  Thomas  (1582-3),  R.  of  Stondon,  Beds,  (buried 
Oct.  5,  1614).  School,  Westend,  Southill  (Mr  Jo.  Carter). 
Matric.  i6io;  Scholar,  1610-4;  B.A.  1613-4;  M.A.  1617.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Nov.  18,  1614;  priest  (Lincoln,  from  York) 
Feb.  25,  :6i5-6.  R.  of  Stondon,  1615.  {Venn,  i.  208.) 
LAURENCE,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Oct.  6,  1696. 
S.  of  John  (1652),  V.  of  St  Martin,  Stamford  Baron,  Northants. 
Bapt.  there,  Aug.  15,  1677.  Matric.  1697;  B.A.  1700-1.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  22,  1700;  C.  of  Yelvertoft.  R.  of 
Lilford,  Northants.,  1712-55.  R.  of  Pilton,  1718-55.  R.  of 
Stoke  Drv,  Rutland,  1755-66.  Buried  there  June  8,  1766, 
aged  89.  M.I.  Brother  of  John  (1685)  and  father  of  the  next. 
(H.  I.  Longden.) 
LAURENCE,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  July  i,  1735- 
S.  of  Charles  (above).  B.  at  Lilford,  Northants.  Matric.  1736; 
B..^.  1738-9;  M.A.  1746.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  i,  1740; 
priest  (Peterb.)  Feb.  24,  1743-4;  C.  of  Aldwincle,  Northants. 
R.  of  Ashley,  1745-6.  R.  of  Orlingbury,  1746-9-  V.  of 
Aldwincle.  Died  Sept.  30,  i77i-  (G.  Mag.;  H.  L  Longden.) 
LAWRENCE,  CORNELIUS.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1618;  M.D. 
1636  {Lit.  Reg.).  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1620. 

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LAURENCE,  ED.    Matric.  pens,  from  Michaelhouse,  Michs. 

1544- 
LAURENCE,  ED.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1567. 

LAWRENCE,  EDMUND.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Caius,  Aug.  2, 
1 61 7.  Of  Clifton,  Yorks.  S.  of  Christopher.  School,  Leeds 
(Mr  Hargrave).  Matric.  1618;  B..A.  1620-1.  One  of  these 
names  V.  of  Shepshed,  Leics.  Buried  there  Dec.  30,  1664. 
{Nichols,  III.  1021.)    See  Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary. 

LAURENCE,  EDWARD.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Lent, 

1577-8. 
LAURENCE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1617; 

B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  21,  1628. 

R.  of  Beeby,  near  Syston,  Leics.  Died  June  28,  1645.  M.L  in 

chancel.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1645. 
LAWRENCE,  EDWARD.   Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Apr. 

14,  1630.  S.  of  John,  clerk,  of  Belframe  (?  Bell  Flask,  Ripon), 

Yorks.    Schools,  Belframe  (Mr  Sam.  Pickard  and  Mr  Jo. 

Garthwait)  and  Bell  Wood,  Ripon.    B.A.  1634-5.    (M.  H. 

Peacock.) 
LAURENCE,  EDWARD.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene, 

June  8,  1645.  S.  of  William,  of  Salop.   B.  at  Moston,  Salop. 

School,  Whitchurch.   Matric.  1645;  B.A.  1647-8;  M.A.  1654. 

V.  of  Baschurch,  Salop,  1648;  ejected,  1662.  Arrested  under 

the  Conventicle   Act,    1670.     Removed   to   London,    1671. 

Author,  religious.    Died  Nov.   1695.    {D.N.B.;  Calamy,  11. 

320.) 
LAWRENCE,  EDWARD.    Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 

Mar.  8,  1648-9.  S.  of  Edward,  husbandman,  of  EUel,  Lanes. 

B.  there.    Bapt.  at  Cockerham,  Aug.  16,  1629.   Taught  by 

Mr  Schoolcraft.   B.A.  1652-3;  M.A.  1655.   V.  of  Cockerham, 

Lanes.,  1656-9.   R.  of  Halton,  1661-72.   (E.  Axon.) 

LAWRENCE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Jesus,  Apr.  23, 
1666.  Of  Hertfordshire.  School,  Ely.  Matric.  1667;  B.A. 
1669-70;  Scholar  of  Peterhouse,  1670;  M..\.  1673.  Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  24,  1671. 

LAURENCE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Sidney,  Jan. 
20,  1732-3.  B.  in  Middlesex.  School,  Lancaster  (Mr  Lewis). 
Matric.  1733.  Ord.  deacon  (Llandafif)  Feb.  15,  1734-5;  priest 
(Lincoln)  June  11,  1737.  One  of  these  names  chaplain  in  the 
Navy,  1735.   R.  of  Gayton-le-Marsh,  Lines.,  1737. 

LAURENCE,  H.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1564.  One 
of  these  names  (Henry),  of  Barnard's  Inn,  adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  1569. 

LAURENCE,  HENRY.  Of  Clare  Hall.  .^dm.  to  practise  in  the 
Vice-Chancellor's  Court,  1519-20. 

LAWRENCE,  HENRY.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Queens', 
Easter,  1621.  Of  Northamptonshire.  S.  of  Sir  John,  of 
St  Ives.  Migrated  to  Emmanuel,  Oct.  12,  1622,  with  Dr 
Preston.  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Aug.  7,  1617.  M.P.  for  Westmorland,  1646-53;  for  Herts., 
1653,  1654-6;  for  Carnarvonshire,  1656-7.  Commissioner  for 
Irriand,  1652.  Lord  President  of  the  Council  of  State,  1653-9. 
Lineally  allied  to  Cromwell.  Author,  religious.  Married  Amy, 
dau.  of  Sir  Edward  Payton,  Knt.  and  Bart.,  of  Isleham, 
Cambs.  Died  Aug.  8,  1664.  Buried  at  Stanstead,  Herts.  M.I. 
(D.N.B.;  Vis.  of  Cambs.,  1619;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

LAWRENCE,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  29,  1631. 
Of  Norfolk.  Matric.  1631;  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A.  1638.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  24,  1637;  C.  of  Dunham,  Norfolk; 
priest,  Sept.  22,  1639. 

LAWRENCE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1544- 

LAURENCE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1554. 
Of  Bedfordshire.  B.A.  1558-9;  M.A.  1567.  Fellow  of  St 
Catharine's,  c.  1560.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  21,  1568,  age  30; 
priest,  Dec.  21,  1569.  V.  of  Comberton,  Cambs.,  1569. 
Perhaps  V.  of  Rainham,  Essex,  1575-97. 

LAURENCE,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1566. 

LAWRENCE,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1592;  B.A. 

1593-4- 
LAWRENCE,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1596;  B.A. 

1599-1600.     One   of   these   names   V.   of   Ashby   Ledgers, 

Northants.,  1612-7. 
LAWRENCE,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 

1615;  B.A.  1618-9.   Buried  at  Little  St  Mary's,  Cambridge, 

Dec.  10,  1621. 
LAWRENCE,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  1623. 

S.  of  George.   B.  at  Southwark.   Matric.  1623;  B.A.  1627-8. 

LAWRENCE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  May  20, 
1626.  S.  of  Henry,  gent.  School,  Eton.  Matric.  1626-7;  B.A. 
1632.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Ridge,  Herts.,  1650. 

LAWRENCE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  10,  1650. 
Of  Bedfordshire.   Matric.  1653;  B.A.  1653-4. 


Lawrence,  Richard 

LAWRENCE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  19,  1652. 
S.  of  John,  and  Hannah,  dau.  of  WiUiam  Mewe,  the  elder, 
of  Eastington,  Gloucs.,  and  sister  of  William  Mewe,  the 
younger  (i6i8).  B.  in  London.  Matric.  1653;  B.A.  1656-7; 
M.A.  1660.  V.  of  Nassington,  Northants.,  1660-6.  V.  of 
St  Martin,  Stamford  Baron,  1666-1700.  Preb.  of  Lincoln, 
1668-1700.  R.  of  St  Michael,  Stamford,  Lines.  Buried  there 
May  12,  1700.  Father  of  the  next  and  of  Charles  (1606). 
(J.  B.  Peace.) 

LAURENCE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  20,  1685.  S.  of 
John  (above),  V.  of  St  Martin,  Stamford  Baron,  Northants. 
Bapt.  there,  Oct.  27,  1668.  Matric.  1685;  B.A.  1688-9;  M.A. 
1692.  Fellow,  1691-1701.  R.  of  Yelvertoft,  Northants., 
1700-21.  Chaplain  to  the  Bishop  of  Salisbury.  Preb.  of 
Salisbury,  1720-32.  R.  of  Bishop  Wearmouth,  Durham, 
1722-32.  Author,  theological  and  agriculturaJ.  Died  May  18, 
1732.  Buried  at  Bishop  Wearmouth.  Father  of  John  (1723) 
and  brother  of  Charles  (1696).   (D.N.B.) 

LAWRENCE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  17,  1694.  S.  of 

,  clerk,  deceased,  of  Norfolk.  Matric.  1695 ;  B.A.  1697-8; 

Scholar,  1698;  M.A.  1701.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  May,  1706. 
Perhaps  V.  of  Horsford,  Norfolk,  1707. 

LAURENCE,  JOHN.  .'Vdm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  24,  1723.  S.  of 
John  (1685),  R.  of  Yelvertoft.  Bapt.  there,  June  26,  1705. 
Matric.  1724;  h..\.  1726-7;  M.A.  1732.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Mar.  17,  1727-8;  C.  of  St  Peter-le-Poer,  Broad  St.  C.  to  his 
father  at  Bishop  Wearmouth,  Durham,  1728.  R.  of  Little 
Thurrock,  Essex,  1744-60.  Lecturer  at  St  Peter-le-Poer, 
London.  R.  of  High  Rooding,  Bucks.,  1764-91.  Minister  of 
St  Mary  Aldermanbury,  London,  1765-91.  Perhaps  R.  of 
Cublington,  Bucks.,  1762.  Died  Apr.  9,  1791,  aged  85.  Will, 
P.C.C.    (G.  Mag.;  H.  M.  Wood.) 

LAURENCE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Pembroke,  Mar.  18, 
1741-2.  S.  of  John,  of  St  Columb  Major,  Cornwall.  Bapt. 
Jan.  4,  1722-3.  Matric.  1742;  B.A.  1745-6.  C.  of  St  Ervan. 
Died  young.    {Vis.  of  Cornwall.) 

LAWRENCE,  JONATHAN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  1619. 
S.  of  William,  of  Winterboume  Steepleton,  Dorset.  School, 
Winchester.  Matric.  1619.  Migrated  to  Oxford.  Matric.  from 
Exeter  College,  Oxford,  May  4,  1621,  age  20;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1622-3.  Said  to  have  been  appointed  to  Haselbury  Bryan, 
Dorset,  1647.  R.  of  Upwey,  1648-64.  Died  1664.  Buried  at 
Upwey.   (F.  S.  Hockaday.) 

LAURENCE,  JONATHAN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Sidney,  May 
29,  1680.  2nd  s.  of  Thomas,  farmer.  B.  at  Clotley,  Salop. 
School,  Clotley  (Mr  Poole  and  Mr  Binnes).  Matric.  1680; 
B.A.  1683-4.  Ord.  priest  (Chester,  Lift.  dim.  from  Lichfield) 
Feb.  20,  1686-7.  One  of  these  names  of  Wrockwardine, 
Salop,  clerk,  was  father  of  Richard  (1739). 

LAURENCE,  MATTHEW.  B.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1616-7; 
M.-A.  1620.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  29,  1621.  Perhaps 
P.C.  of  Leeds,  Kent,  1622-4.  R-  of  Silk  Willoughby,  Lines., 
1627-47.  Probably  in  the  Ipswich  Classis,  in  1645.  Will  of 
one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.)  1662;  of  Ipswich,  clerk.  (V.  B. 
Redstone.) 

LAURENCE,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  9, 
1596. 

LAWRENCE,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Feb. 
II,  1607-8.  S.  of  Edmund,  gent.,  of  St  Neots,  Hunts.  B.  at 
Bedford.  School,  Cambridge  (King's;  Mr  Rodenight).  B.A. 
1611-2;  M.A.  1615.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  18;  priest, 
Dec.  19,  1613.  C.  of  Pirton,  Herts.,  1616.  V.  of  Gt  Staughton, 
Hunts.,  i623(?)-32;  signs  the  register  tUl  1652.  V.  of  Keysoe, 
Beds.,  1647-56.  Buried  there  1656. 

LAURENCE,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  May 
7,1641.  S.  of  Martin.  B.  at  York.  School,  York  (Mr  Wallis). 
Matric.  1641;  B.A.  1647-8. 

LAWRENCE,  PAUL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Pembroke,  May  9, 
1620.  S.  of  John,  of  Newton  Purcell,  Oxon.  Matric.  1621; 
B.A.  from  Trinity  HaU,  1623-4;  M.A.  1628. 

LAURENCE,  PAUL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Apr.  22,  1625.  Of 
Sussex.  Matric.  1625;  Scholar,  1626;  B.A.  1628-9;  M.A. 
1632.   R.  of  Tangmere,  Sussex,  1660. 

LAURENCE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 
1578;  B.A.  1581-2. 

LAWRENCE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  14)  at  St  John's, 
Feb.  23,  1642-3.  S.  of  Francis,  bricklayer,  of  Landbeach, 
Cambs.  B.  there.  School,  Cambridge  (Perse;  Mr  Crabbe). 
Matric.  1643;  B.A.  1646-7.  Created  M.A.  (Pembroke  College, 
Oxford)  1649;  and  Incorp.  at  Cambridge,  1651.  R.  of 
Trunch,  Norfolk;  ejected,  1662.  Perhaps  R.  of  St  Michael 
and  St  Peter,  Stratton,  Norfolk.  Pastor  at  Amsterdam. 
Died  at  Stepney,  Nov.  17,  1702,  aged  75.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1702; 
of  Stepney,  preacher  of  the  Gospel.   (Calamy,  11.  204.) 

LAWRENCE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  30,  1660. 
Matric.  1661;  B..\.  1663. 


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Lawrence,  Richard 

LAWRENCE,  RICHARD.  M.A.  from  King's,  1728.  S.  of 
Richard,  of  Tarrant  Rawston,  Dorset,  clerk.  Matric.  from 
Exeter  College,  Oxford,  Apr.  3,  1707,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1710.  R.  of  Tarrant  Rawston,  Dorset,  1714-65.  R.  of 
Tarrant  Rushton,  1731-65.  Died  Jan.  16,  1765.  M.I.  at 
Tarrant  Rushton.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1765.   (F.  S.  Hockaday.) 

LAURENCE,  RICHARD.  M.A.  from  Queens',  i739-  S.  of 
Jonathan  (?  1680),  of  Wrockwardine,  Salop,  clerk.  Matnc. 
from  Pembroke  College,  Oxford,  May  16,  1727.  age  18;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1731.  One  of  these  names  (M.A.),  V.  of  Bredgar, 
Kent,  1745-72.  V.  of  Lenham,  1763.  Died  1772.  (Al.Oxon.) 

LAWRENCE,  ROBERT.   B.Civ.L.  1508-9. 

LAURENCE,    ROBERT.     Adm.    pens,   at    Emmanuel,    1612. 

Matric.  1612;  B.A.  1615-6. 

LAWRENCE,  ROBERT,  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Caius,  Oct.  27, 

1707.    S.  of  Francis,  gent.,  of  Castle  Acre,  Norfolk.    B.  at 

Litcham.  Schools,  Wisbech  (Mr  Carter)  and  Bury  (Mr  Leeds). 

Scholar,  1707-9;  Matric.  1708.    Of  Brockdish,  Esq.   Buried 

at  Oxburgh,  1715.   Father  of  Robert  (i733)-   (Venn,  i.  517.) 

LAWRENCE,  ROBERT.   Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Caius,  Jmie  2, 

1714.   S.  of  Edward,  of  North  Elmham,  Norfolk,  gent.    B. 

there.  Schools,  Fakenham  (Mr  Osborne),  Seaming  (Mr  Lane) 

and  Walsingham  (Mr  Harding).  Matric.  1714;  Scholar,  1714; 

B.A.  1717-8.   Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  21,  1718;  priest, 

June  12,  1720.   C.  of  North  Elmham,  Norfolk,  1723-   R-  o* 

Twyford,  1723-30.    (Venn,  11.  2.) 

LAWRENCE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Caius,  Sept.  25, 

1733.    S.  of  Robert  (1707),  gent.,  of  Castle  Acre,  Norfolk. 

B.  at  Oxburgh.   Schools,  Bexwell  (private;  Mr  Foster)  and 

Norwich    (Mr    Reddington).     Afterwards    at    Edinburgh. 

Scholar,    1733-8;    Matric.    i734;    B.A.    i737.     Ord.   priest 

(Norwich)  Sept.  24,  1738.    R.  of  Brockdish,  Norfolk,  1738. 

Died  Dec.  31,  1739.   M.I.  at  Brockdish.   (Venn,  n.  38.) 

LAURENCE,  ROGER.   Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 

1556.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Abbots  Ripton,  Hunts.,  1559. 

Died  same  year.    Another  V.  of  West  Drayton,  Middlesex, 

1558-9. 

LAWRENCE,  SAMUEL.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 

1626.    Of  Norfolk.    B.A.  1629-30;  M.A.  1633.   Ord.  deacon 

(Norwich)  Sept.  22;  priest,  Dec.  22,  1633. 

LAURENCE,  THOMAS.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1560. 

LAURENCE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Lent,  1563-4- 

Of  Salop;  probably  of  Wem.    School,  Shrewsbury.    B.A. 

1566-7;  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1570.    Fellow  of  St  John's, 

1567.  HeadMasterof  Shrewsbury  School,  1571-83.  Retired, 

and  lived  for  many  years  at  Wem.    Buried  there  Jan.  23, 

1619-20.   (G.  W.  Fisher,  Shrewsbury.) 

LAWRENCE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 

1569. 
LAURENCE,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1569;  B.A.  1571-2;  M.A.  1576. 
LAURENCE,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 

1573- 
LAWRENCE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Lent, 
1582-3.  B.A.  1586-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Nov.  3,  1587; 
priest,  May  4,  1594.  R.  of  Upper  Stondon,  Beds.,  1595-1614. 
Buried  there  Oct.  5,  1614.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1614.  Father  of 
Charles  (1610). 
LAURENCE,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1627  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
Dorset ,  fil.  cler.  Matric.  from  Balliol  College,  Oxford,  May  1 1 , 
1615,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1618;  M.A.  1621;  B.D.  1628-9; 
D.D.  1633.  Fellow  of  All  Souls,  1618.  Master  of  Balliol, 
1637-46.  Margaret  Professor  of  Divinity,  at  Oxford,  1638-48. 
V.  of  Bemerton  with  Fugglestone,  Wilts. ;  sequestered  before 
1653.  Treasurer  and  Preb.  of  Lichfield,  1629-57.  Chaplain  to 
Charies  I.  Preb.  of  Worcester,  1638-57.  Dismissed  from 
Oxford,  he  became  chaplain  of  Colne,  Hunts.  Author, 
Sermons.  Died  at  Somersham,  Hunts.,  Dec.  10,  1657.  (At. 
Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 
LAWRENCE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1640.  Of  Nottinghamshire.  One  of  these  names,  s. 
and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Lincoln,  gent.,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Feb.  27,  1639-40.  Probably  called  to  the  Bar,  June  24,  1653. 
LAWRANCE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  1646. 
Matric. Easter,  1647;  B.A.  1650-1;  M.A.  1654.  PerhapsC.of 
Grantchester,  Cambs.,  1668;  buried  there  Feb.  2,  1669-70. 
LAURENCE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1674.  S.  of  Isaac.  B.  at  Chelsea,  Middlesex.  Matric.  Easter, 
1675;  B.A.  1678-9;  M.A.  1682.  Fellow,  1678.  R.  of  Bourton- 
on-Dunsmore,  Warws.,  1683-91.  Died  Jan.  1690-1.  (Misc. 
Gen.  et  Her.,  i.  234.) 
LAURENCE,  W.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1562. 
Resident  in  1564. 


Lawson,  Edward 

LAURENCE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Sept.  16, 
1565.  Of  Hertfordshire.  Matric.  1565;  Scholar,  1567;  B.A. 
1568-9;  M.A.  1572;  B.D.  from  Queens',  1580.  Fellow  of 
Queens',  1573-8.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1572.  R.  of  Newton  by 
Wisbech,  Cambs.,  1586.  Perhaps  R.  of  Stretham,  Cambs., 
1598-1621.   Buried  there  Oct.  19,  1621. 

LAURENCE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  June, 
1575;  B.A.  1576-7;  M.A.  1580.  One  of  these  names  R.  of 
Caxton,  Norfolk,  1579-85;  and  of  EUingham,  1585-91- 
Perhaps  the  same,  R.  of  Thurlton,  Norfolk,  1606-11. 

LAWRENCE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1607;  B.A.  1610-1;  M.A.  1614.  One  of  these  names  R.  of 
St  Helen's,  London,  1619-21. 

LAURENCE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1631.  Of  Nottinghamshire.  B.A.  1634-5.  Buried  at 
St  Benet's,  Cambridge,  Nov.  18,  1637. 

LAURENCE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Pem- 
broke, 1635.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Pulham,  Norfolk.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  20,  1638. 

LAWRENCE, .  B.Can.L.  1484- 

LAWRENCE, .  B.A.  1527-8. 

LAURENCE, .  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May,  1544- 

LAURENCE, .   Pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Easter,  1550. 

LAURENCE, .   Fell.-Com.  at  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1567. 

LAURENCE, .   M.A.  from  Trinity,  1611,  ist  in  the  ordo. 

LAWRENCE, .  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Jan.  2,  1672. 

LAWRIE,  JOHN.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (London)  Apr.  22, 
1604,  age  25,  as  'B.A.  of  Christ's"  (probably  1602-3).  B.  at 
Sherford,  Devon.  R.  of  Weston-in-Gordano,  Somerset,  1604- 
10.   V.  of  Weston  Zoyland,  1610-7.  Died  1617. 

LAWRY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  31,  1732-  B.  in 
London.  School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1732;  B.A.  1735; 
M.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  i739-  Ord.  deacon  and  priest 
(Norwich,  Litt.  dim.  from  Bangor)  Mar.  1738-9-  Preb.  of 
Rochester,  1740-73.  F.R.S.,  1742.  R.  of  Wimpole,  Cambs., 
1742-5.  Probably  R.  of  Lee,  Kent,  1745-73-  V.  of  Boughton 
Monchelsea,  1747-55.  V.  of  Aylesford,  1754-73-  Registrar  to 
Archbishop  of  Canterbury,  1754.  Died  Aug.  28,  1773- 

LAWRE(?),  ROBERT.   Matric.  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1593-4- 

LAURIE,  WALTER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  3, 

1733.  S.  of  W.,  gent.  B.  in  Nithsdale,  Scotland.  School, 
Charterhouse.   Matric.  1733;  B.A.  1737-8. 

LAWSHALL,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's  Hall,  Feb.  16,  1396-7. 

Called '  Bachelor,'  1409.  Ord.  acolyte  (Ely)  1402 ;  sub-deacon, 

Sept.  1405.   Promoted  to  a  benefice,  1410. 
LAWSON,  see  also  LOWSON. 
LAWSON,  AARON.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  16, 

1694,  from  University  College,  Oxford.    Matric.  there,  Feb. 

25,  1692-3.   S.  of  Aaron,  deceased.   B.  at  Pinchbeck,  Lines. 

School,  Thornton,  Yorks.  (Mr  Wilson).    Matric.  1695-   Ord. 

deacon  (Lincoln)  May  26,  1700.   (Al.  Oxon.) 
LAWSON,  ADAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1628. 

Perhaps  3rd  s.  of  Adam,  of  Revesby,  Lines.    B.A.  1631-2; 

M.A.  1635.   (Lines.  Pedigrees,  589.) 
LAWSON,  ALFRID.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  14, 

1734.  S.  of  Alfrid,  collector  of  customs,  of  Cumberland.  B. 
at  Whitehaven.  School,  Appleby,  Westmorland  (Mr  Yates). 
Matric.  1735;  B.A.  1738-9;  M.A.  1742.  (G.E.C.  suggests  that 
he  may  be  a  son  of  the  Alfrid,  who  succeeded  as  Baronet, 
I749-) 

LAWSON,  CHARLES.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1598.  Of  Yorkshire.  S.  of  Peter,  of  Poppleton,  Yorks.  B.A. 
1601-2;  M.A.  1605;  B.D.  1613.  FeUow,  1606-20.  Ord. 
priest  (Peterb.)  May  19,  1611.  V.  of  West  Markham,  Notts., 
1616.  Buried  at  All  Saints',  Cambridge,  Feb.  23,  1619-20. 
WiU  proved  (V.C.C.)  1620.   (Hunter,  Sheffield,  371.) 

LAWSON,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  20,  1639. 
Matric.  1641. 

LAWSON,  CHRISTOPHER.   Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1508-9. 

LAWSON,  CHRISTOPHER.  B.D.  from  Magdalene,  1671. 
Matric.  from  University  College,  Oxford,  June  14,  1657;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1661;  M.A.  1664.  Ord.  deacon  (Hereford)  Dec.  18, 
1664;  priest,  Feb.  19,  1664-5.  V.  of  Bakewell,  Derbs.,  1668. 
R.  of  Gargrave,  Yorks.,  1673-1717.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of 
Sir  John  Place,  of  Godalming,  Surrey,  at  York  Minster, 
Dec.  11,  1704.  Buried  at  Gargrave,  Oct.  20,  1717.  (Al-  Oxon.; 
M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LAWSON,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Lent, 
1620-1;  B.A.  1624.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  July  7;  priest, 
July  8,  1624.  V.  of  Swineshead,  Lines.,  1626.  R.  of  Creeton, 
1631. 


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Lawson,  George 

LAWSON,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1586.  Probably  4th  s.  of  George,  of  Little  Usworth,  Durham. 
Living,  1632.  Died  s.p.  Brother  of  Ralph  (1586),  Robert 
(1586)  and  probably  of  Thomas  (1578).  (Surtees'  Durham, 
II.  47.) 

LAWSON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Caius,  Oct.  2,  1594-  B.  at 
Ripon.  S.  of  Marmaduke.  School,  Ripon  (Mr  Dicson). 
Matric.  sizar,  1593 ;  Scholar,  1595-6.  Admon.  of  Geo.  Lawson, 
of  Moorby,  at  York,  1638.   (Venn,  i.  153.) 

LAWSON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  9,  1615. 
Matric.  1615.  Perhaps  identical  with  George  Lawson,  divine 
and  critic.  Supporter  of  the  Parliament.  R.  of  More,  Salop. 
Author,  political  and  theological.  Buried  at  More,  July  12, 
1678.    (D.N.B.) 

LAWSON,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1617. 
B.  in  Craven,  Yorks.  B.A.  1620-1;  M.A.  1624.  Ord.  deacon 
(London);  priest,  June  18,  1623,  age  25.  Probably  C.  of 
Marston  Morteyne,  Beds.,  1625-31.  Perhaps  V.  of  Mears 
Ashby,  Northants.,  1632-50.  Afterwards  Master  at  Houghton 
Conquest  School,  Beds.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Higham 
Gobion,  Beds.,  1662;  and  R.  of  Millbrook,  1664-S4.  Buried 
there  .\ug.  5,  1684. 

LAWSON,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1623. 
Probably  s.  of  George,  of  Moorby,  Yorks.  Bapt.  at  StiUing- 
fleet,  Nov.  13,  1606.  B..\.  1626-7;  M.A.  1630.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Nov.  30,  1629.  R.  of  Eakring,  Notts.,  1629.  Died 
1670.  Buried  at  StiUingfleet.  (Burke,  L.G.;  D.N.B. ;  Hunter, 
Sheffield,  371.) 

LAWSON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  2,  1683.  S.  of 
Godfrey,  of  Leeds  and  East  Harlsey,  Yorks.  (Mayor  of  Leeds, 
1668).  B.Sept.  4, 1665.  Scholar,  1684;  B.A.  1686-7.  Married 
Margaret,  dau.  of  Edward  Trotter,  of  Skelton  Castle,  Cleve- 
land, Esq.  Died  1726.  Will  proved,  Oct.  17, 1726.  (A.Gray; 
Due.  Lead.,  35.) 

LAWSON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  June  22, 
1738.  Of  Hawkswell,  Richmondshire,  Yorks.  Matric.  1738; 
B.A.  1741-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Nor\vich,  Litt.  dim.  from  York) 
Mar.  1741-2;  priest  (York)  Sept.  25,  i743-  C.  of  Conisborough, 
Yorks.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Weaverthorpe,  Yorks.,  in 
1775. 

LAWSON,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Mar.  1607. 

LAWSON,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  27, 
1704.  S.  of  Thomas  (?  1652),  clerk.  B.  at  Warton,  Lanes. 
School,  Sedbergh  (Mr  Wharton).  Matric.  1704;  B.A.  1707-8. 

LAWSON,  HUGH.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1573; 
B.A.  1576-7; M.A.  1580. 

LAWSON,  HUGH.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Lent,  158 1-2; 
B.A.  1584-5;  M.A.  1588.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.) 
Apr.  13,  1589. 

LAWSON,  HUGH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  May  22,  1652.  S.  of 
Thomas.  B.  near  Gigglesmck.  School,  Giggleswick  (Mr 
Walker).  Matric.  1642;  B.A.  1656-7.  Brother  of  Thomas 
(1650). 

LAWSON,  HYLTON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse,  Nov. 
9,  1720.  Of  Northumberland.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Cramlington. 
School,  Hough  ton -le-Spring,  Durham.  Matric.  1720.  High 
Sheriff  of  Northumberland,  1767.  Married  Winifred  Roddam, 
of  Rodham,  Feb.  14,  1737-8.  Died  at  Chilton,  Dec.  15,  1767- 
Buried  at  St  Nicholas,  Newcastle.   (H.  M.  Wood.) 

LAWSON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May,  1559.  Of 
Richmondshire.  B.A.  1562-3;  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1566; 
B.D.  1576.  Fellow  of  St  John's,  1563.  V.  of  Saffron  Walden, 
Essex,  Nov.  23,  1570,  till  death,  c.  Oct.  1580.  Will  (Cons.  C. 
London)  1580.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Caldecote,  Herts., 
1569.   {PHle,  I.  68.) 

LAWSON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1566. 
Possibly  s.  of  William,  of  Thorpe  Buhner,  Durham.  B.A. 
1567-8. 

LAWSON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1605;  B.A. 
1608-9;  M.A.  1612.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  25;  priest, 
Sept.  26,  1614.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Nun  Ormsby, 
Lines.,  i5i2. 

LAWSON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter,  1612 ; 
B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Feb.  1618-9; 
priest,  Dec.  1621.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Bassingboume, 
Cambs.,  1626. 

LAWSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Sidney,  Feb.  15, 
1 630-1.  S.  of  Francis,  R.  of  Brandesburton,  Yorks.  School, 
Brandesburton  (Mr  Pomeroy).  Matric.  1631;  B.A.  1634-5; 
M.A.  1638.  Fellow;  ejected,  1644.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Mar.  10, 1638-9;  priest,  Dec.  18,  1641.  Presented  to  Brandes- 
burton, but  died  before  institution.  Buried  at  AU  Saints', 
Cambridge,  Jan.  i,  1644-5.  Brother  of  Richard  (1633)  and 
Samuel  (1633). 


Lawson,  Richard 

LAWSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Nov.  1648.  Of 
London.  Matric.  1652;  B.A.  1652-3;  M.A.  1656;  M.D.  1659; 
Incorp.  at  Padua.  Candidate  R.C.P.,  1660;  Fellow,  1673; 
Censor,  1676;  Elect,  1671-5;  Treasurer,  1672-84;  President, 
1694.  Of  Gratwin  Street,  London;  age  about  31;  married  at 
St  DunsUn-in-the-East,  Dec.  7,  1663,  Grace  Love,  of  St 
Andrew's,  Holbom.  Died  May  21,  1705.  Will,  P.C.C.  (Munk, 
I.  367;  H.  M.  Wood.) 
LAWSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  22,  1659. 
Probably  s.  and  h.  of  John,  late  of  Cramlington,  Northumber- 
land, Esq.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  18, 1659.  Of  Newcastle; 
age  about  27;  married,  Aug.  1670,  Mary,  dau.  of  Randolph 
Isaacson,  of  St  Catherine  Coleman  Street,  London.  Buried 
at  St  Nicholas,  Newcastle,  Nov.  9,  1680.  (H.  M.  Wood.) 
LAWSON,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,   1660.    Of 

Yorkshire.   Matric.  1660;  B..\.  1663-4. 
LAWSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  July  i,  1682.  Matric. 
1683-4;  B.A.  1685-6.   One  of  these  names  chaplain  in  the 
Navy,  1691-1708. 
LAWSON,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Mar.  27, 
1713.    S.  of  Joseph,  of  London.    School,  St  Paul's.    B.  in 
parish    of   St    Mary    Aldermary,    London.     Matric.    1713; 
Scholar,  1715;  B.A.  1716-7;  M.A.  1720;  B.D.  1727-   FeUow, 
1719.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Feb.  26;  priest,  Mar.  17,  1726-7, 
age  31.   Perhaps  V.  of  Kirkby,  Lines. 
LAWSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Dec.  15,  I74i- 
ist  s.  of  Thomas  (1711),  V.  of  Kirkby,  Lines.    B.  there. 
School,  Boston.  Matric.  1741;  B.A.  1745-6;  M.A.  1749;  B.D. 
1756.     FeUow,    1747-59-     Proctor,    1754-5-     Ord.    deacon 
(Norwich)  June,   1747;  priest  (Ely)  Oct.  29,   1749-    R-  o* 
Swanscombe,  Kent,  1759.  Author,  mathematical.  Died  Nov. 
13.   1779-    Buried  at  Chislehurst.    Admon.   (P.C.C.)    1780. 
Brother  of  Charles,  the  Head  Master  of  Manchester  School, 
described  by  De  Quincey.   (G.  Mag.;  D.N.B.) 
LAWSON,  JOHNSON.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  29, 
1738.    S.  of  John,  linendraper,  of  Kent.    B.  at  Canterbury. 
School,  Canterbury  (Mr  Monins).  Matric.  1738;  B.A.  1741-2; 
M.A.    1777.    Ord.   deacon   (Canterbury)   Mar.   14,    1741-2; 
priest  (Chichester)  Dec.  18,  1743-    V.  of  Throwley,  Kent, 
1758-78.    Dean  of  Battle,  Sussex,  1776-8.    Died  Nov.  25, 
1778.   WUl,  P.C.C.   {Scott-Mayor,  iii.  496.) 
LAWSON,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  1600-1;  B.A. 
1604;  M.A.  1609.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Norwich)  Jan.  25, 
1606-7,  age  26.   C.  of  Field  Dalling,  Norfolk.    R.  of  North 
Barsham,  1613-43.  V.  of  Houghton,  1631.   Died  1643. 
LAWSON,  JOSEPH.   Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Mar.  29,  1688.   Of 
Yorkshire.    S.  and  h.  of  Wilfrid,  of  Ilkley,  Yorks.    Matnc. 
1688;  Scholar,  1690.   Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  21, 
1690.    Died  Apr.   22,   1696,  aged  26.    M.I.  at  Wakefield. 
(Edw.  Bateson,  Northumberland,  ii-  96.) 
LAWSON,  MARMADUKE.    Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age   17)   at  St 
John's,  Mar.  27,  1703.  S.  of  George,  deceased.  B.  at  Moreby 
Monway(?),    StiUingfleet,    Yorks.     Bapt.     1685.     School, 
Beverley  (Mr  Lambert).  Matric.  1703.  Of  Moorby,  Esq.  He 
inherited,  through  his  mother,  the  Bosville  estates  of  Seaton, 
etc.  Grandson  of  George  (1623).   (Burke,  L.G.) 
LAWSON,  NICHOLAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Lent, 

1582-3. 
LAWSON,  NICHOLAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1639.  Of  Lmcolnshire.  One  of  these  names  buried  at 
Wragby,  Yorks.,  Sept.  24,  1673. 
LAWSON,  NOEL.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  30, 
1685.  S.  of  Samuel,  lawyer.   B.  at  Lincoln.   School,  Lmcoln 
(Mr  Garmston).  Matric.  1685;  Scholar  of  Trinity  Hall,  1687; 
LL.B.  1693.    Probably  ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24,  1693. 
Ord.  priest  (Lincohi)  Sept.  21,  1701.  V.  of  Lavendon,  Bucks., 
1701-21.  Buried  there  1721.  Will  (Archd.  Bucks.)  1721. 
LAWSON,  PETER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1729-  Of 
Lancashire.    Adm.  scholar,  June   14,   1732;  B.A.   i732-;3; 
M.A.  1738.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Ingoldsthorpe,  Norfolk, 
1742-5.    (Peile,  11.  218.) 
LAWSON,  RALPH.    Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Queens',  Lent, 
1564-5.    One  of  these  names  s.  of  Edmond,  of  Newcastle. 
Of  Brough,  Catterick,  Yorks.,  Knt.,  in  1585  and  1612.  Died 
Sept.  6,  1623.  Will,  York.   {Vis.  of  Yorks.) 
LAWSON,  RALPH.    Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1586.  Probably  3rd  s.  of  George,  of  Little  Usworth,  Durham. 
Died  in  Spain,  s.p.,  before  1624.   Brother  of  George  (1586), 
Robert  (1586)  and  probably  of  Thomas  (1578).    (Surtees,  u. 
47.)   For  a  contemporary  namesake  see  Al.  Oxon. 
LAWSON,  RICHARD.    Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 
1566.    Applied  for  deacon's  orders  (Ely)  Dec.  1569,  age  25, 
rejected.    One  of  these  names  R.  of  Bodenham,  Norfolk, 
1572-80.  R.  of  Letheringsett,  1576. 


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Lawson,  Richard 

LAWSON,  RICHARD.   Malric.  pens,  from  Peterhousk,  Michs. 

1598;  B.A.  1601-2;  M.A.  1605.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept. 

22,  1622,  as  M.A.  of  Peterhouse. 
LAWSON,  RICHARD.    Adm.  sizar  (age  14)  at  Sidney,  Oct.  8, 

1633.   S.  of  Francis,  R.  of  Brandesburton,  Yorks.    B.  there. 

Schools,    Beverley   and    Bridlington.     B.A.    1637-8.     Ord. 

deacon  (Lincoln)  Apr.  22,  1642;  priest,  Sept.  25,  1642.   R.  of 

West  Saltfleetby,  Lines.,  1642.   R.  of  Brandesburton,  c.  1645- 

60.   Brother  of  Samuel  (1633)  and  John  (1630-1). 
LAWSON,  RICHARD.  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1733.  S.  of  James, 

of  Kirkham,  Lanes.  Matric.  from  Brasenose,  Oxford,  May  21, 

1724,  age  i8;  B..\.  (Oxford)  1727-8.  One  of  these  names  V.  of 

Bosham,  Sussex,  1731-71.   {Al.  Oxon.) 
LAWSON,  ROBERT.   Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1565. 

Perhaps  R.  of  Barton  St  Mary,  Norfolk,  1571.   One  of  these 

names  R.  of  Little  Fransham,  1583. 
LAWSON,  ROBERT.    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Clark,  Easter, 

I573- 
LAWSON,  ROBERT.    Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 

1586.   Probably  2nd  s.  of  George,  of  Little  Usworth,  Durham. 

Married  and  had  issue.  Dead  before  1632.  Brother  of  George 

(1586),  Ralph  (1586)  and  Thomas  (1578). 
LAWSON,  ROBERT.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  May  6, 

1595.    Matric.  c.  1595. 
LAWSON,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Aug.  30, 

1633.   S.  of  Francis,  R.  of  Brandesburton,  Yorks.    B.  there. 

School,   Beverley.     Brother  of   Richard   (1633)    and   John 

(1630-1). 
LAWSON,  SAMUEL.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  July  3,  1666. 

Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Richard,  of  London,  grocer,  deceased; 

adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Dec.  4,  1667. 
LAWSON,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  20, 

1683.    S.  of  Samuel  (procurator).    B.  at  Lincoln.    School, 

Lincoln  (Mr  France).   Matric.  1683;  B.A.  1686-7. 

LAWSON,  THOMAS.   CauHo  for  degree,  1480-1. 

LAWSON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  (age  15)  from  Christ's, 
Nov.  1578.  Probably  s.  of  George,  of  Little  Usworth,  Dur- 
ham. Lived  at  one  time  at  Follonsby,  Durham.  Sold  Little 
Usworth  to  his  uncle  Sir  Wilfrid  (1562)  before  1598.  Died  s.p. 
Probably  brother  of  Robert  (1586),  George  (1586)  and  Ralph 
(1586}.    (Peile,  I.  147;  Surtees,  11.  47.) 

LAWSON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  June,  1586. 
One  of  these  names  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Cramlington,  North- 
umberland. 

LAWSON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1622.  Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1625-6;  Scholar,  1626.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  20;  priest,  Dec.  21,  1629. 

LAWSON,  THOMAS.  .\dm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Oct.  11,  1623. 
S.  of  John,  husbandman.  B.  at '  Ashwick,  in  Clavan'  (?  Aust- 
wick  in  Craven),  Yorks.  School,  Giggleswick  (Mr  Shute). 
Matric.  1623. 

LAWSON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Michs. 
1633;  B.A.  1636-7;  M.A.  1640.  Fellow  of  St  John's  (by 
Parliamentary  mandate)  June  11,  1644.  R.  of  I^ngenhoe, 
Essex,  1645-6.  V.  of  Fingringhoe,  1646-54.  R.  of  East 
Donyland,  1647-54.  R.  of  Denton,  Norfolk,  c.  1654;  ejected, 
1662.  Afterwards  independent  preacher  at  Norton,  Suffolk, 
in  his  own  house,  1672.  Joined  the  independent  church  at 
Bury  St  Edmunds,  1689.  Died  there  1695.  {Calamy,  11.  192; 
Shaw,  I.  341;  D.N.B.;  H.  Smith;  V.  B.  Redstone.) 

LAWSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Christ's,  July  25, 
1650.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Lawkland,  near  Settle,  Yorks. 
School,  Giggleswick  (Mr  Walker).  P.C.  of  Rampside,  Lanes. 
Resigned  his  living  and  joined  the  Quakers,  c.  1653.  Opened 
a  school  at  Gt  Strickland,  Westmorland.  A  noted  herbalist. 
Author,  religious  works,  and  left  botanical  MSS.  Died  at 
Strickland,  Nov.  12,  1691.  Buried  at  Newby  Head.  Brother 
of  Hugh  (1652).    {PeiU,  i.  539;  D.N.B.) 

LAWSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  May  22,  1652. 
B.  at  Malham,  near  Settle,  Yorks.  School,  Giggles^vick 
(Mr  Walker).  Matric.  1652;  B.A.  1655-6.  Perhaps  V.  of 
Kettlewell,  Yorks.,  1661  (B.A.).  Will  of  one  of  these  names 
(Archd.  Richmond)  1710;  of  Warton,  Lanes.,  clerk;  father 
of  Henry  (1704). 

LAWSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  18,  1674. 
Of  Yorkshire.   Matric.  1674. 

LAWSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  May  31,  1680. 
S.  of  Laurence.  B.  at  Giggleswick.  School,  Giggleswick 
(Mr  Briggs). 

LAWSON,  THOMAS.  .\dm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  30,  1701.  Of 
Lincolnshire.  School,  Loughborough.  Matric.  1701;  Scholar. 
Migrated  to  Emmanuel,  Nov.  3,  1703.  B.A.  1704-5.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  21,  1707;  C.  of  Stoke  Dry,  Rutland, 
1707. 


Laxton,  Thomas 

LAWSON  or  LOWSON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St 
Catharine's,  Michs.  17" ;  B.A.  1714-5;  M.A.  1718.  Ord. 
priest  (Lincoln)  June  22,  1718.  V.  of  East  Kirkby,  Lines., 
1720.   R.  of  Miningsby,  1720.   Father  of  John  (1741)- 

LAWSON,  VINCENT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Caius,  Jan.  29, 
1604-5.  S.  of  Richard,  gent.,  of  Terrington,  Norfolk.  School, 
Wisbech  (Mr  Howdale).    Matric.  1606. 

LAWSON,  VINCENT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1644.  Of  Lincohishire.  B.A.  1645-6.  Perhaps  V.  of  Croxby, 
Lines.,  1648.    (Shaw,  1.  356.) 

LAWSONE,  WILFRID.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1562.  Doubtless  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Little  Usworth,  Durham; 
and  uncle  of  Thomas  (1578).  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1564. 
Of  Isell,  Cumberland.  Married  Maude  Redmayne,  of  Hare- 
wood,  Yorks.,  widow  of  Thomas  Leigh,  of  Isell.  Died  .'^pr.  16, 
1632,  aged  87.    (H.  M.  Wood.) 

LAWSON,  WILLIAM.   B.Can.L.  1504-5- 

LAWSON,  W.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1563. 

LAWSON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1549.  One  of  these  names  B.A.  from  Christ  Church,  Oxford, 
1551;  M.A.  1555.    {Al.  Oxon.) 

LAWSON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  from  St  John's,  c.  1594.  One  of 
these  names  C.  of  Tilsworth,  Beds.,  in  1607. 

LAWSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Pembroke, 
Sept.  4,  1651.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Wilfred,  Bart.  B.  at  Isell, 
Cumberland.  Married  Milcha,  dau.  of  Sir  William  Strickland, 
Bart.,  of  Boynton,  Yorks.  Died  before  his  father.  (Vis.  of 
Cumberland,  1665;  Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 

LAWSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  >L\gdalene,  Apr. 
23,  1653.  S.  of  Peter,  of  Revesby,  Lines.  School,  Rotherham. 
Matric.  1653;  B.A.  1656-7. 

LAWSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Feb.  28, 
1690-1.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Stainforth,  Yorks.  School, 
Giggleswick  (Mr  Armitstead).  Matric.  1691;  B.A.  1694-5. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  1700.  C.  of  Halton  Gill,  Amcliffe, 
May  27,  1700.   (Peile,  11.  121.) 

LAWSON, .   B.Civ.L.  1486-7. 

LAWSON, .  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter,  1546. 

LAWTER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  1640.  Buried 
at  St  Benet's,  Cambridge,  Aug.  5,  1642. 

LAWTON,  see  LAUGHTON. 

LAWTYE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Caius,  May  24,  1588.  S.  of 
Thomas,  of  Saltmarshe,  Howden,  Yorks.  School,  Saltmarshe 
(Mr  Johnson).  B.A.  1592-3.  Probably  V.  of  Howden,  and 
father  of  the  next. 

LAWTY,  THOMAS.  .\dm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  1632. 
S.  of  Thomas  (?  above),  V.  of  Howden,  Yorks.  School, 
Howden  (Mr  Wm.  Atkinson).  Probably  registrar  at  Howden, 
-1645-,  and  schoolmaster.   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LAWYDE, .   Dispensation  granted,  1474-5-  A  friar. 

LAXTE,  THOMAS  (1620).  Registrary's  error  for  LANTE.  (See 
Matriculations  and  Degrees.) 

LAXTON,  BARTHOLOMEW.   LL.B.  1578. 

LAXTON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1580;  B.A. 
1583-4.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  1586;  priest  (Peterb.)  Dec.  10, 
1587- 

LAXTON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1576. 
Of  Rutland. 

LAXTON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1612; 
B.A.  1615-6;  M.A.  1619.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  21, 
1618-9;  priest  (Peterb.)  May  23,  1619.  Perhaps  R.  of  South 
Scarle,  Notts.,  1618-23.  R.  of  Scampton,  Lines.,  1623-31. 
One  of  these  names  R.  of  North  Thoresby,  and  father  of 
WiUiam  (1646). 

LAXTON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1615;  B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec. 
20,  i6i8,  as  literate  of  Corpus  Christi;  priest,  June  11,  1620, 
as  B.A.  R.  of  Stretton,  Rutland,  1622.  R.  of  Paston, 
Northants.,  1627-50.  R.  of  Normanton,  1629-50.  Died  1653. 

LAXTON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  3, 
1739.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Northamptonshire.  B.  at  Peter- 
borough. School,  Peterborough  (Mr  Marshall).  Matric.  1739; 
B.A.  1742-3;  M.A.  1746.  Fellow,  1743-53.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  May  20,  1744;  priest,  Feb.  1745-6.  V.  of  Foxton, 
Cambs.,  1748.  V.  of  Leatherhead,  Surrey,  1752-67.  Died 
July  7,  1767.  Will,  P.C.C.   (Scott-Mayor,  in.  500;  G.  Mag.) 

LAXTON,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1459-60;  M.A.  1463-4;  B.D.  1468-9; 
D.D.  1479-80.  Fellow  of  Clare,  1461.  Proctor,  1468-9. 
Will  (P.C.C.)  1511;  'of  Burbage,  Leics.' 

LAXTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  21,  1654. 
Of  Rutland.  Matric.  1654;  B.A.  1657-8;  M.A.  1661.  V.  of 
Whissendine,  Rutland,  1660-3.  V.  of  Stapleford,  Leics., 
1660-91.  Buried  there  Feb.  2,  1690-1. 


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Laxton,  Thomas 

LAXTON,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  5,  1680, 

Of  Leicestershire.    Matric.  1683;  B.A.  1683-4;  M.A.  1687. 

V.  of  Scalford,  Leics.,  1694.    Admon.  (Leicester)   1707;  of 

Scalford,  Leics.,  clerk. 
LAXTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  8, 

1646.  S.  of  Robert  (?  1612),  late  R.  of  North  Thoresby.  B.  at 

Brant  Broughton,  Lines.    School,  Broughton  (Mr  Walker). 

B.A.  1650-1.    R.  of  South  Scarle,  Notts.,  1660-76.    V.  of 

Hough-on-the-Hill,  Lines.,  1663.   Died  1676. 

LAY,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  (?  1602-3);  M.A.  from  Jesus,  1606. 

LAYBOURNE  or  LEIBORN,  EDWARD.  V.  of  Thame,  Oxon. 
Probably  of  St  John's  College,  as  he  leaves  his  books  to  St 
John's,  and  to  the  poor  scholars  of  Cambridge.  Will  dated. 
May  4,  1549;  proved  (C.  of  Bishop  of  Westminster)  Oct.  9, 
1549.  (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
LABOURNE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1609;  B.A.  1612-3;  M.A.  1617.  Licensed  to  teach  grammar 
at  St  Nicholas,  Lynn,  1622. 
LABORNE,  GILBERT.  B.A.  1537-8.  Of  Westmorland.  B.  1518. 
M.A.  1541;  B.D.  1548-9.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  1538.  R.  of 
St  Vedast,  Foster  Lane,  London,  1550.  R.  of  Cottingham, 
Northants.,  1560-85.  R.  of  Harrington,  till  1561.  R.  of 
Holcott,  in  1561.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1586.  Buried  at  Cottingham, 
Nov.  24,  1585.  Left  £10  to  the  poor  scholars  of  Pembroke. 
(H.  I.  Longden.) 
LAYBOURNE,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  16,  1687. 
Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1687;  B.A.  1690-1.  R.  of  Burnby, 
Pocklington,  1691-1708.  R.  of  Harswell,  Yorks.,  i703-55. 
R.  of  Everingham,  1707-55.  Married  Mary  Clarkson,  1692. 
Buried  at  Everingham,  Mar.  11,  1755.  Father  of  the  next. 
LAYBOURNE,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Mar. 
24,  1714-5.  S.  of  Henry  (above),  R.  of  Everingham,  Yorks. 
B.  at  Bumby,  Yorks.  School,  Pocklington  (Mr  Trebell). 
Matric.  1715;  B.A.  1718-9;  M.A.  1722.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Feb.  18,  1721-2;  priest  (York)  Sept.  15,  1726.  C.  of  Holme- 
on-Spalding-Moor,  Yorks.,  1726.  One  of  these  names  R.  of 
Cole-Orton,  Leics.,  1727-57.  Perhaps  Head  Master  of  Upping- 
ham School,  1747-57.  Father  of  the  next. 
LAYBOURNE,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Oct. 
13,  1744.  S.  of  Henry  (1714-5),  clerk,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at 
Everingham.  School,  Pocklington  (Mr  Robinson).  Matric. 
1744;  B.A.  1748-9;  M.A.  1752.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  23, 
1750;  priest.  May  24,  1752.  R.  of  Everingham,  Yorks.,  i757- 
66.  (Scott-Mayor,  111.  546.) 
LAYBOURNE,    JAMES.     Matric.    Fell.-Com.    from    Trinity, 

Michs.  1569. 
LAYBURN   or   LEYBURN,    ROGER.     B.A.    1483-4.     B.   near 
Carlisle.    M.A.  i486;  B.D.    Fellow  of  Pembroke.    Proctor, 
1488-9.     Master    of    Pembroke,    1505-7.     Archdeacon    of 
Durham,  1490.    R.  of  Huish  Champflower,  Somerset,  1493; 
of  Long  Newton,  Durham,  1497;  of  Wolsingham,  1497-9; 
and    of    Sedgefield,    1499-1518.     Temporal    Chancellor    of 
Durham.   Preb.  of  York,  1501-4.  Bishop  of  Carlisle,  1504-7. 
Died  1508.  Will  (P.C.C.  and  York) ;  to  be  buried  in  St  James', 
by  Charing  Cross,  Middlesex.   (Cooper,  i.  12;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
LAYBOURNE,  TALBOT.   Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  7,  1710. 
Of  Y0i.-kshire.  Matric.  1710;  B.A.  1713-4.  Ord.  priest  (York) 
June,  1718.   R.  of  Buhner,  Yorks.,  1718.   Father  of  William 
(1740-1). 
LABORNE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1620. 
Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Mar.  1624-5;  priest,  Sept.  1626. 
LAYBOURNE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  May  19,  1673. 
Of  Yorkshire.   Matric.  1673;  B.A.  1676-7;  M.A.  1681.   Ord. 
deacon  (York)  Sept.  1679;  priest,  June  6,  i68q.    Preb.  of 
Southwell,  1690-1728.    R.  of  Waltham,  Lines.,  1710.    R.  of 
Brigsley,  1710.    R.  of  Beelsby,  1715-28.    Buried  July  18, 
1728. 
LABORNE,  WILLIAM.  B.Civ.L.  1504-5. 
LABORNE,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1572. 
LEYBOURNE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Mar.  11,  1740-1.  S.  of  Talbot  (1710),  clerk,  R.  of  Bulmer, 
Yorks.  B.  at  Bulmer.  School,  Beverley.  Matric.  1741;  B.A. 
1746-7.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  25,  1748;  priest,  June  10, 
1750.  C.  of  Bulmer,  Yorks.  R.  of  Bulmer,  1773-6.  R.  of 
North  Wheatley,  Notts.,  1776-84.  V.  of  Rolleston,  1778-84. 
(Scott-Mayor,  iii.  515.) 

LABORNE, .    Incorp.  1496-7. 

LAYCOCKE,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1622.  Of  Nottinghamshire.  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629;  B.D. 
1636.  Fellow,  1626.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  July  11,  1626.  V.  of 
St  Mary,  Nottingham,  1635-42. 
LACOCKE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Pkterhousk,  Oct.  19,  1577. 
Matric.  from  Trinity,  1577-8. 


Layfield,  Anthony 

LAYCOCKE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1614. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1620,  as  B.A.  'John  Laycock, 
clerk,  M.A.*  was  licensed,  1622,  to  marry  Elizabeth  Weddell, 
widow,  of  Holme  Spalding. 

LAYCOCK,  PETER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  June  10, 
1676.  6th  s.  of  Walter,  of  Copmanthorpe,  Yorks.,  gent. 
Matric.  1676;  B.A.  1679-80;  M.A.  1683.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Sept.  1682;  priest,  June,  1683.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
John  Eyre,  of  Ripley.  Brother  of  Walter  (1666). 

LACOCK,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1553; 
B.A.  1557-8;  M.A.  1561.   Fellow,  1555. 

LACOCK,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  June  12, 
1679.  S.  of  Anthony,  deceased.  B.  at  Woolley,  Yorks. 
School,  Royston,  Yorks.  (Mr  Hepworth).  One  of  these  names 
V.  of  Rastrick,  Yorks.,  1694-1713.  V.  of  Luddenden,  1710. 

LAYCOCK,  TILLOTSON.   B.A.  from  Clare,  1662. 

LAYCOCK,  WALTER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  22,  1666. 
Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Walter,  of  Leeds  and  Copmanthorpe, 
Yorks.,  gent.;  age  15  in  1665.  M.B.  1671.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  June  10,  1667.  Brother  of  Peter  (1676).  (Surtees  Soc, 
xxxvi.  156.) 

LAYCOCK,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1575 ; 
B.A.  from  Clare,  1584-5.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Oct.  10, 1585; 
priest,  Mar.  27,  1586.  R.  of  Knossington,  Leics.,  1588. 
Master  of  North  Luffenham  School,  Rutland.  C.  and  school- 
master at  Oakham. 

LAYCON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  21,  1743. 
Of  Otley,  Yorks.  S.  of  Edmund,  attorney.  Bapt.  at  Otley, 
Oct.  25,  1725.  School,  Owram,  Yorks.  (Mr  Tomlin).  Matric. 
1744;  B.A.  1746-7;  M.A.  1750.  Fellow,  1750.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Dec.  1747;  priest  (Ely)  Dec.  25,  1751.  V.  of 
Winsford,  Somerset,  1752-81.  Died  Nov.  17,  1781.  (G.  Mag.) 

LAYCROFT,  JOHN  (1468),  see  LEYCROFT. 

LAYER,  AUGUSTINE.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  10, 

1608.    S.  of  Augustine,  of  Norwich.    Bapt.  at  St  Michael 

Coslany,  Nov.   14,   1591.    School,  Norwich  (Mr  Stonhara). 

Matric.  1608;  Scholar,  1608-12;  B.A.  1611-2.    Died  1612. 

Brother  of  Thomas  (1602). 
LAYER,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Feb.  28,  1633-4. 

S.  of  John.   B.  at  Cambridge.    School,  Newport  (Mr  Leigh). 

Migrated  to  Christ's,  Dec.  3,  1634,  age  16.  Matric.  1637;  B.A. 

1637-8;  M.A.  1641.    Minister  at  Shepreth,  Cambs.,  1657-8; 

V.  1671-81.  Buried  there  Sept.  17,  1681.  Father  of  the  next. 

(Peile,  I.  434.) 
LAYER,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  July  2, 

1662.    S.  of  Benjamin  (above),  of  Shepreth,  Cambs.,  clerk. 

Perhaps   matric.    Michs.    1663,   as   'John.'     Probably   ord. 

deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  23,  1671;  priest,  Mar.  3,  1671-2,  as  M.A. 

of  Pembroke. 
LAYER,  CHRISTOPHER.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall, 

Easter,  1632;  Scholar,  1635;  LL.B.  1640.   Fellow,  1640-7. 
LAYER,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Gonville  Hall,  Easter, 

1545.  Perhaps  s.  of  William,  of  Norwich.  Died  1560.  (Venn, 

I.  33;  Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 
LAYER,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1632;  B.A. 

1634-5;  M.A.   1639.    Signed  for  deacon's  orders  (London) 

Aug.  24;  C.  of  Hoddesdon,  Herts.;  for  priest's  orders,  Sept. 

18,  1669.   V.  of  Broxboume,  Herts.,  1669-89. 
LAYER,  JOHN.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Dec.  14,  1696. 

Matric.  1696;  LL.B.  1703.   Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  William,  of 

Shepreth,  Cambs.;  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Oct.  22,  1700. 
LAYER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Oct.  24, 

1602.  Eldest  s.  of  Augustine,  gent.,  deceased.  B.  at  Norwich. 

School,  Norwich  (Mr  Stonham).  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Oct. 

9,  1604.   Succeeded  his  grandfather  Christopher.   Died  Apr. 

22,  1644.    Buried  at  Booton.    M.I.    Father  of  the  next  and 

brother  of  Augustine  (1608).   (Venn,  1.  180;  Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 
LAYER,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  28,  1629. 

Of   Norfolk.    S.   of   the  above.    Scholar,    1631-2.     (T.  A. 

Walker,  38.) 
LAYER,  W.  Matric.  pens,  (age  32)  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 

1668.   A  William  Layer,  s.  of  William,  of  Shepreth,  Cambs., 

died  in  1684.   Nephew  of  John  (1696).   (Davy  MSS.,  ig,i^g.) 
LAYER,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Mar.  13, 

1618-9.    Of  Norwich.    S.  of  Christopher.    School,  Norwich 

(Mr  Stonham).    Matric.  1619.    Died  Mar.  1628-9.    (Venn,  1. 

243) 

LAYER, .   Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1548. 

LAYER, .   Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1548. 

LAYFIELD,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  July 
8,  1631.  S.  of  Anthony,  of  Asgardby,  Lines.  B.  there. 
School,  Sleaford  (Mr  Trevillian).  B.A.  1636-7.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Mar.  10,  1638-9. 


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Layfield,  Edmund 

LAYFIELD,  EDMUND.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1610;  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1613-4;  M.A.  1617;  B.D.  1624. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1626.  P.C.  of  St  Mary,  Stratford-le-Bow, 
1620-6.  V.  of  Bromley  St  Leonard,  Middlesex,  1626-45, 
sequestered.  R.  of  Wakes  Colne,  Essex,  1640.  Probably 
chaplain  to  George,  Earl  of  Cumberland.  Author.  {Peile,  1. 
282.) 

LAYFIELD,  EDWARD.  B.A.  1548-9.  Of  Westmorland.  M.A. 
1552.  Fellow  of  St  Catharine's,  c.  1550.  R.  of  Fulham, 
Middlesex,  1560-83.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1575-83-  Died  1583. 
Will,  P.C.C. ;  of  St  Michael-leQuerne. 

LAYFIELD,  EDWARD..  B.A.  1625;  M.A.  1633  (Incorp.  from 
Oxford).  S.  of  Edmund,  D.D.  B.  in  London,  Jan.  8,  1604-5. 
School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  from  St  John's  College, 
Oxford,  June  28,  1620,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1624;  M.A. 
1628;  D.D.  R.  of  Ibstock,  Leics.,  1632-5.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's, 
1633-80.  Archdeacon  of  Essex,  1634-80.  V.  of  All  Hallows, 
Barking,  1635-40.  R.  of  East  Horsley,  Surrey,  1637-  R-  of 
Wrotham,  Kent,  1638.  R.  of  Chiddingfold,  Surrey,  1640-5, 
sequestered.  R.  of  Barnes,  1663-80.  Buried  at  Barking, 
Aug.  10,  1680.  Will,  P.C.C.  {Al.  Oxon.,  where  he  is  wrongly 
assigned  to  Wakes  Colne,  Essex.) 

LAYFIELD,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1577-8; 
B.A.  1581-2;  M.A.  1585;  B.D.  1592;  D.D.  1603.  FeUow, 
1585-1603.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1606.  R.  of  Ald- 
wincle  St  Peter's,  Northants.,  1598-1602.  R.  of  St  Clement 
Danes,  London,  1602-17.  R.  of  Graveley,  with  Chesfield, 
Herts.,  1605.  One  of  the  first  fellows  of  Chelsea  College,  1610. 
One  of  the  translators  of  the  Bible.  Licensed  (Bishop  of 
London)  Jan.  22,  1602-3;  bachelor,  age  40;  to  maixy 
Elizabeth,  widow  of  John  Brickett,  of  St  Ethelburga, 
merchant.  Died  Nov.  6,  1617.  Will,  P.C.C;  of  St  Clement 
Danes.   (/J.A'.B.;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LAYFIELD,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1606-7.  Of  West- 
morland.  M.A.  1610.  Fellow,  X609. 

LAYLAND,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  12,  1672.  Of 
Leeds,  Yorlcs.  Matric.  1672;  Scholar,  1675.  Ord.  deacon 
(York)  Sept.  24,  1676,  as  B.A. 

LAYMAN,  HABAKKUK.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Caius,  Feb.  16, 
1726-7.  S.  of  Habakkuk,  surgeon,  of  Diss,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
Schools,  Botesdale  (Mr  Maboume)  and  Eton,  Colleger. 
Matric.  1727;  Scholar,  1727-34;  B.A.  1730-1;  M.A.  1734- 
Fellow,  1734-5.  Died  Jan.  9,  1735-6.  Buried  at  Diss.  {Venn, 
II.  26.) 

LAYNGE,  PETER,  see  LANG. 

LAYSBEWRE,  see  LESBURY. 

LAYTHWETT,  WILLIAM,  see  LATHWETT. 

LAYTON,  ANDREW.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  7, 
1737-8.  Of  Coxwold,  Yorks.  Matric.  sizar,  1737;  B.A. 
1740-1;  M.A.  from  King's,  i749-  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Feb.  1740-1 ;  priest,  Feb.  1743-4.  V.  of  St  Matthew,  Ipswich, 
1744-72.  V.  of  Chatteris,  Cambs.,  1749-72.  Died  May  23, 
1772,  aged  52.  Brother  of  Joseph  (1732).  (G.  Mag.;  E. 
Anglian,  ix.  381.) 

LAITON,  CHARLES.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1566. 
Perhaps  adm.  at  Peterhouse,  Lent,  1565-6. 

LAYTON,  HUGH.   Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1558. 

LAYTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1675. 
B.  in  London.  Matric.  Easter,  1676;  B.A.  1679-80;  M.A. 
1683.  FeUow,  1679.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Feb.  28,  1685-6. 
R.  of  Horstead  and  Coltishall,  Norfolk,  1700-28.  Buried  at 
Horstead,  Aug.  30, 1728.  One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Leyden, 
June  6,  1684. 

LAYTON,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
July  9,  1657.  Of  London.  Matric.  1657;  B.A.  1660-1;  M.A. 
1664.  Fellow,  1660-74.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  22,  1667. 
V.  of  Ringwood,  Hants.,  1673.  The  Duke  of  Monmouth  was 
brought  prisoner  to  his  vicarage  after  Sedgemoor.  Died  1687. 
{Harwood.) 

LAYTON,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  i,  1732. 
1st  s.  of  Andrew,  of  Coxwold,  Yorks.  School,  Coxwold. 
Matric.  1732-3;  B.A.  1737-8;  M.A.  1747.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincohi)  Sept.  21,  1735.  Perhaps  chaplain  in  the  Navy,  1735. 
R.  of  Wordwell,  Suffolk,  1741-6.  V.  of  Witcham  and  Witch- 
ford,  Cambs.,  1746.  Died  Oct.  5,  1771-  Will,  P.C.C.  Brother 
of  Andrew  (1737-8).    (G.  Mag.) 

LAYTON,  RICHARD.  '  Educated  at  Cambridge.'  S.  of  William, 
of  Dalemain,  Cumberland.  B.C.L.  (Oxford)  1522;  LL.D.  R. 
of  Stepney,  Middlesex,  1522-43.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1523-43. 
Adm.  advocate,  June  5,  1531.  Dean  of  Chester-le-Street, 
Durham,  1533.  Archdeacon  of  Buckingham,  1534-43.  R.  of 
Sedge&eld,  Durham,  1535-43;  and  of  Brington,  Northants., 
till  1543.  Clerk  to  the  Privy  Council,  1535.  Made  a  visitation 
of  the  University  of  Oxford,  and  instituted  many  reforms, 
I535'   A.  chief  agent  in  the  suppression  of  the  monasteries. 


Leader,  Robert 

Took  part  in  the  trial  of  Anne  Boleyn,  1536.   R.  of  Harrow, 

Middlesex,   1537-43.    Master  in  Chancery,   1538.    Preb.  of 

York,  1539.    Dean  of  York,  1539-43-    English  Ambassador 

at  Brussels,  1543.   Died  Mar.  27,  1543.   {D.N.B.;  Al.  Oxon,; 

Due.  Lead.,  259.) 
LAYTON,  THOMAS.    B.A.   1558-9;  M.A.  from  Peterhouse, 

1562.   Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1559-65. 
LAYTON,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  Sept.  7, 

1672.   S.  of  Sir  Robert,  of  West  Layton,  Richmond,  Yorks., 

Knt.    B.   at  Sexhow,   in  Cleveland,   Yorks.    Educated  at 

Newton    Grange,    Helmsley    (Mr    Denton).     Matric.    1672. 

Pedigree  in  Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.   Thomas  Layton,  s.  of  Sir 

Robert,  was  buried  at  Hutton  Rudby,  Oct.  7,  1678.   (Peile, 

I-  45-) 
LAZENBY  or  LAYSONBY,  CHRISTOPHER.   Matric.  pens,  from 

St  John's,  c.  1595.   Probably  of  WhitweU,  North  Yorks. 
LAZENBY,  SCUDAMORE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  15,  1738. 

Of   Scarborough.     Probably   s.    of   Scudamore,    of    Leeds. 

Matric.  1738;  Scholar,  1741;  B.A.  1741-2;  M.A.  1745-   Ord. 

deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  14,  1741-2;  priest  (York)  Sept.  1745. 

V.  of  Bramhope,  Yorks.,  1747-77-    R-  ol  Cowlam,  1764-7- 

V.  of  Burton    Fleming,    1776-7.    V.  of  Dewsbury,  1776-7- 

Died  Feb.  i777-    (A.  Gray.) 
LAZENBY,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Magdalene, 

June  18,  1653.    S.  of  Seth,  late  of  Earswick,  Yorks.,  gent. 

School,  Escrick.    Matric.  1653;  M.B.  1661.    Adm.  at  Gray's 

Inn,  Nov.  3,  1655,  as  of  Escrick,  Yorks.,  gent. 
LASYNBEE, .  Matric.  sizar  from  Nicholas  Hostel,  Easter, 

1544- 
LEACH,  see  LEECH. 
LEADBETTER,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1623;  B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1631.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  i; 

priest.  Mar.  2,  1628-9. 

LEADBEATER,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1589; 
B.A.  from  Jesus,  1593-4.  Chaplain  to  the  Archbishop  of 
York.  V.  of  Thrybergh,  Y'orks.,  1 598-1 644.  Dean  of  Don- 
caster,  1625-38.   V.  of  Brodsworth,  1626-44. 

LEADBEATER,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Christ's, 
July  10,  1656.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Gawsworth,  Cheshire. 
School,  Hinckley,  Leics.  Matric.  1656-7;  B.A.  1660-1;  M.A. 
1685.  A  licensed  presbyterian  teacher  at  Whitacre,  Warws., 
in  1672.  Seems  to  have  conformed  later.  One  of  these  names 
R.  of  Houghton,  Hants.,  1707.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1647-8). 
{Peile,  I.  573;  E.  Axon.) 

LEADBEATER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Christ's, 
Feb.  5,  1647-8.  S.  of  John,  of  the  Hermitage,  Cranage.  B.  at 
Hohnes-Chapel,  Cheshire.  Schools,  Mansfield  (Mr  Green- 
halgh),  Knutsford,  Denton  and  Chester.  B.A.  1651;  M.A. 
1656.  Ord.  presbyter,  June  21,  1653,  by  the  Wirksworth 
Classis.  Chaplain  to  Lady  Wimbledon.  V.  of  Hinckley, 
Leics.;  ejected,  1662.  Imprisoned,  1663.  Licensed  preacher 
at  Hermitage,  1672.  Perhaps  schoolmaster  at  Bebington, 
1674.  Went  to  Wirral,  and  died  there  Nov.  4,  1679.  Buried 
at  Church-Hulme,  alias  Holmes-Chapel.  Will  (Chester)  1679; 
as  of  Hermitage.  Brother  of  Matthew  (above).  {Peile,  i.  517; 
Calamy,  11.  115;  E.  Axon.) 

LEADELL,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Sept. 
II,  1704.  S.  of  Christopher,  hosier.  B.  at  York.  School, 
Threshfield  (Mr  Marshall).  Matric.  1704;  B.A.  1708-9;  M.A. 
1712.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  23,  1710;  C.  of  Marholm, 
Northants.;  priest,  June  24,  1712.  Master  of  Skipton 
Grammar  School,  1715-24.   Died  1724- 

LEADER,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Feb.  12,  1563-4- 
Matric.  1564;  B.A.  1566-7;  M.A.  1570.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Dec.  2 1,1569,  age 22.  R.of  AllSaints',andSt  Mary,  Weeting, 
Norfolk,  1571-88.  Buried  there  Dec.  1,  1588.  {T.  A.  Walker.) 

LEADER,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1620. 
Of  Essex.  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Sept.  24,  1626.  V.  of  Gt  Wendon,  Essex,  1638-9.  Died  1639. 
Will  (Cons.  C.  London)  1639. 

LEADER,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  (age  13)  from  Christ's,  c. 
1598. 

LEADER,  NEWMAN.  B.A.  (?  1602-3).  ist  s.  of  Henry,  of 
Tiltey.  B.  at  Tiltey  Abbey.  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1606. 
Ord.  priest  (London)  June  3,  1610,  age  25.  P.C.  of  Little 
Dunmow,  Essex,  1612.  V.  of  Thaxted,  1612-45,  sequestered. 

Died  1645.  Married  Dorothy .   (Will  of  his  mother,  Ann, 

1631-2,  Comm.  C.  Essex.)    (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LEDER,  RICHARD.  Scholar  of  Gonville  Hall,  1515-9-  S.  of 
Thomas,  of  Thomham.  B.A.  1514-5;  M.A.  1518.  V.  of 
Foulden,  Norfolk,  1519-40.  Buried  there  Oct.  10,  1540. 
{Venn,  i.  22.) 

LEADER,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1714; 
Scholar,  1715. 


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Leader,  Samuel 

LEADER,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Oct.  20, 
1645.  S.  of  John,  baker.  B.  at  Thetford,  Norfolk.  Schools, 
Thetford  (Mr  Lock)  and  Cambridge  (King's  School;  Mr  Hunt 
and  Mr  Hammond).  Matric.  1645;  Scholar,  1645-50;  B.A. 
1649-50.  He  was  suspended  from  his  degree  and  obliged  to 
recant,  probably  for  drinking  the  King's  health.  Ord.  priest 
(Bishop  of  KUmore)  Nov.  29,  1651.  V.  of  Gnston,  Norfolk, 
1654-61.  R.  of  Harpham,  1662-6.  V.  of  Thursford,  1666-9. 
V.  of  Barney,  1666-99.  Will  proved  (Norwich  C.C.)  1699. 
{Venn,  1.  360.) 
LEDER,  STEPHEN.  M.Gram.  c.  1516.  V.  of  Ware,  Herts.,  1520. 
Died  1534.  Brother  of  Oliver,  of  Gt  Stoughton,  Hunts.,  whose 
wiU  (P.C.C.)  1558.  (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
LEADER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  25,  1634- 
5.  Of  Essex.  Matric.  1635.  Migrated  to  Queens',  Oct.  1637. 
B.A.  1638-9;  M.A.  1642;  D.D.  1671  {LU.  Reg.).  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Sept.  21,  1645;  priest.  May  24,  1646.  V.  of  Gt 
Easton,  Essex,  c.  1650-78.  V.  of  Gt  Dunmow,  1671-8.  Preb. 
of  St  Paul's,  1671-8.  Died  June  27,  1678.  M.L  at  Gt  Easton. 
Will,  P.C.C. 
LEADER,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1680. 
LEADER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  23, 
1678.  S.  of  William,  gent.  B.  at  Herberts,  Saffron  Waldeii, 
Essex.  School,  Walden  (Mr  Carr).  Matric.  1679;  B.A.  1682-3. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  23,  1683;  priest.  Mar.  16,  1683-4. 

LEADER, .   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1544. 

LEAKE,  CHARLES.  Matric.  Fell. -Com.  from  Magdalene, 
Michs.  1639.  Perhaps  s.  of  Francis  (1596),  Baron  Deincourt. 
Royalist;  fell  in  the  Civil  War. 
LEEKE,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  June  7, 
1665.  S.  of  Francis  (1632),  clerk,  of  Halam,  Notts.  B.  there. 
School,  Southwell,  where  he  was  a  chorister.  B.A.  1668-9. 
-    Fellow,  1669. 

LEAKE,  EDWARD.   M.A.  1635-6  (Lit.  Reg.). 
LEAKE,  FRANCIS.   Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1555  {imputes).  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  Francis,  of  Sutton, 
near  Chesterfield.    Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  26,   1556. 
Knighted,    1601.    Of   Newark,   Notts.    Age   '94'   in    1627. 
Married  (i)  Frances,  dau.  of  Robert  Swift,  Esq.,  of  Rother- 
ham;  (2)  Mary,  dau.  of  John  Egioke,  of  Egioke,  Worcs.  Died 
1628-9.    Buried  at  Newark.    Brother  of  John  (1555)  and 
father  of  the  next.   {Hunter,  1.  278;  Her.  and  Gen.,  vii.  495; 
Dickinson,  Newark,  213.) 
LEEK,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  14)  at  Caius,  Sept.  27, 
1596.  S.  of  Francis  (above),  of  Sutton  Scarsdale,Derbs.  School, 
Southwell.   Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Feb.  i,  1599-1600. 
M.P.  for  Derbs.,  1601;  Sheriff,  1604-5.    Knighted,  Mar.  14, 
1603-4.   Created  Bart.,  May  22,  161 1.   Created  Baron  Dein- 
court of  Sutton,  Oct.  26, 1624,  and  Earl  of  Scarsdale,  Nov.  11, 
1645.  Died  1655.  Buried  at  Sutton.  Father  of  the  next  and 
of  Nicholas  (1626).   {Venn,  i.  160;  G.E.C.) 
LEEK,  FRANCIS.   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  May  4, 
1626.    1st  s.  of  Francis  (above),  Baron  Deincourt.    B.  at 
Sutton,  Derbs.    Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  26,   1628-9. 
Slain  in  France.   Brother  of  Nicholas  (1626)  and  perhaps  of 
Charles  (1639).   (Jewitt,  Reliq.,  x.  72.) 
LAKE,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  24, 
1632.    S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Halam,  Notts.    B.   there. 
School,  Nottingham.   B.A.  1635-6;  M.A.  1639.   Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  May  20,  1638;  priest,  June  9,  1639.   R.  of  Kirkby, 
Notts.,  Feb.  8,  1647-8.  Master  of  Southwell  School,  1655-70. 
Preb.  of  Southwell,  1660-70.  R.  of  Kilvington  (as '  Frederick'), 
1662-70.    R.  of  Winthorpe,  1665-70.    Buried  at  Southwell, 
Dec.  17,  1670.    M.I.   Brother  of  John  (1634)  and  father  of 
Charles  (1665).    {Shaw,  1.  351.) 
LEEKE,  FRANCIS.    Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
May  15,  1663.    S.  of  Francis,  Esq.,  of  Marston,  Lines.    B. 
there.  School,  Derby.  Doubtless  s.  of  Francis,  of  Newark-on- 
Trent  (created  Bart.,  Dec.  15,  1663),  and  Frances,  dau.  of 
Sir  William  Thorold,  of  Marston,  Lines.   If  so,  succeeded  as 
Bart.,  1679.   Buried  at  St  Paul's,  Covent  Garden,  June  19, 
1681.   {G.E.C.) 
LEEKE,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  24,  1687. 

Of  Nottinghamshire.   Matric.  1687. 
LEKE,  GASPARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1558. 
S.  of  John,  of  Wyerhall,  Edmonton,  Middlesex.   Perhaps  as 
'Jasper  Leake,'  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1561.    Married  Mary, 
dau.  of  Thomas  ColeshuU,  of  Chigwell,  Essex.    Brother  of 
Roger  (1558).   {Middlesex  Pedigrees.) 
LEAKE,  GEORGE.   M.A.  1633  (Incorp.  from  St  Andrews). 
LEEKE,  GERVASE.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Nov. 
22,  1658.    S.  of  Roger,  gent.,  of  Clifton,  Notts.    B.  there. 
School,  Carlton,  Notts.  (Mr  Philips).   Matric.  1659.   Father 
of  the  next. 


Leake,  Luke 

LEEKE,  GERVASE.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  June  9. 
1688.    S.  of  Gervase.  B.  at  Horbury,  Yorks.  Bapt.  there, 
Oct.  26,  1671.    School,  Wakefield  (Mr  Armitage).    Matric. 
1689;   Scholar,    1690;   M.B.   1693.     Practised  at  Horbury. 
Buried  there  Jan.  2,  1702-3.  {Peile,  11.  110;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
LEEKE,  GUY.    Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  June  3,  1651. 
S.  of  William.  B.  at  Newark.  School,  Uppingham  (Mr  Meares). 
B.A.  1654-5.   Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Dec.  I,  1654.   Called  to 
the  Bar,  Nov.  25,  1661.   {Peile,  i.  542-) 
LEEKE,   HENRY.     Matric.   Fell.-Com.   from  Trinity,   Michs. 
1570.    Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Henry,  of  Southwark,  London. 
If  so,  of  St  Saviour's,  Southwark,  and  of  Bromley,  Essex. 
Married  Bridget,  dau.  of  John  Spencer,  of  Groton,  Suffolk. 
Died  Sept.  15,  1622.  Another  was  7th  s.  of  John,  of  Wyerhall, 
Edmonton.   {Coll.  Top.  et  Gen.,  v.  51;  Middlesex  Pedigrees.) 
LEEK,  HERBERT.    Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  8, 
1731.    S.   of   Herbert,   gent.,   of   Nottinghamshire.     B.   at 
Cariton.  School,  Burton,  Notts.  (Mr  Saimders).  Matric.  1731 ; 
B.A.  1734-5.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincohi)  Mar.  2,  1734-5;  priest, 
Dec.  21,  1735.  V.  of  Aubourn,  Lines.,  1735-72.  {Scott-Mayor, 
III.  435) 
LEKE,  JAMES.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  June  26, 
1623.    S.   of   James,   of  Southwell,    Notts.     Matric.    1623. 
Migrated   to   Peterhouse,   Jan.    17,    1626-7.    B.A.   1626-7; 
Scholar,    1627-30;   M.A.    1630;   B.D.    1637.    Fellow,    1630. 
Minister  at  Impington,  Cambs.,  in  163 1-2.  Minister  at  Little 
St    Mary's,    Cambridge,    1632-6.     WiU    (P.C.C.)    1654;    of 
Balderston,  Notts.    {T.  A.  Walker,  35.) 
LEKE,  JOHN.    B.Can.L.    Probably  Fellow  of  Clare,  c.  1440. 

Perhaps  preb.  of  Lincoln,  1462-3.   {Clare  Coll.  Hist.,  23.) 
LEAKE,  JOHN.    Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1555  {impubes).    Doubtless  brother  of  Francis  (1555)  and 
adm.  with  him  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  26,  1556. 
LEAKE,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,   Michs. 
1589;  B.A.  1591-2;  M.A.  1595.    Perhaps  R.  of  Ashingdon, 
Essex,  1602-13.   V.  of  Hart,  Durham,  1613-26.  Died  1626. 
LEAKE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Nov.   15,   1607. 
Matric.  1607;  B.A.  1610-1;  M.A.  1614.   Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Sept.  1611;  priest,  Sept.  1612.  C.  of  Lythe,  Yorks.,  till  1618. 
R.  of  Kildale,  1618-24. 
LEAKE,  JOHN.   B.A.  from  Christ's,  1615-6;  M.A.  1619. 
LEAKE,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1619; 
B..\.  1622-3;  M.A.  1625.    Ord.  deacon  (York)  May;  priest, 
Dec.  1624.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Tunstall,  Lanes.,  1633- 
64.    Buried  there  May   15,   1664,  aged  64.     WiU  (Archd. 
Richmond)  1664. 
LEAKE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  June  15,  1624. 

Of  Norfolk.   Matric.  1624. 
LEAKE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  June  21, 
1634.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Halam,  Notts.  Matric.  1634;  B..\. 
1637-8.  Brother  of  Francis  (1632). 
LEAKE  or  LEEKE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  June  19,  1645. 

Matric.  1645;  B.A.  1648-9. 
LEAK,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Peterhouse,  June  20, 
1667.  Of  Leicestershire.  School,  Hinckley.  Matric.  1667; 
B.A.  1670-1; M.A.  1674. 
LEAKE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  15,  1672. 
S.  of  Richard,  yeoman.  B.  at  Dent,  Yorks.  School,  Dent. 
Matric.  1672;  B.A.  i678-;9.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1682; 
priest,  1682-3.  V.  of  Kirkthorpe,  Yorks.,  1684-1740.  Died 
Feb.  10,  1740-1,  aged  88. 
LEAKE,  JOHN  BROWNRIGGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Peter- 
house, Nov.  9,  1739.  Of  Suffolk,  ist  s.  of  Luke  (1700). 
School,  Gipping.  Scholar,  1739;  Matric.  1740;  B.A.  1743-4- 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  1743;  priest  (Rochester)  Dec. 
1744.  R.  of  Nettlestead,  Suffolk,  c.  1749;  of  Naughton, 
1756-1801.  Married  Bridget,  dau.  of  John  Stubbin,  of 
Roydon.  Died  Jan.  9,  1801.  Buried  at  Willishara,  Suffolk. 
Brother  of  Luke  (1742).  {T.A.  Walker;  Davy  MSS.,  19,  139.) 
LEAKE,  LUKE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  7,  1700. 
S.  of  Luke,  goldsmith.  B.  at  Sudbury,  Suffolk.  School, 
Sudbury  (Mr  Hast).  Matric.  1700;  B.A.  1703-4.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Dec.  24,  1704;  priest  (London)  Mar.  9,  1706-7. 
V.  of  Offton-cuw-Little  Bricett,  Suffolk,  1709.  R.  of  Nettle- 
stead,  1724-49.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  John  Brownrigg, 
of  WiUisham,  Suffolk.  Died  Dec.  25,  i749-  Buried  at 
Willisham.  Brother  of  Moses  (1697),  father  of  the  above  and 
the  next.  {Davy  MSS.,  I9,i39-) 
LEAKE,  LUKE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  May  20, 
1742.  Of  Suffolk.  S.  of  Luke  (above).  School,  Cambridge, 
King's  CoUege.  Scholar,  1742;  Matric.  1743;  B.A.  1745-6. 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  May,  1746;  priest,  Sept.  1748.  V.  of 
Offton-CMm-Bricett,  Suffolk,  175°-  R-  of  Gt  Blakenham. 
Married  Sarah,  dau.  of  P.  Kettle,  of  Nettlestead  HaU,  gent. 
Died  Oct.  9,  1796.  Buried  at  Offton.  (r,  A.  Walker;  Davy 
MSS.,  19,139-) 

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Leake,  Moses 

LEAKE,  MOSES.  Adin.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  17, 
1697.  S.  of  Luke,  goldsmith.  B.  in  London.  School,  Sudbury, 
Suflolk  (Mr  Hast).  Matric.  1697;  B.A.  1700-1.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  June,  1701;  priest  (London)  Dec.  20,  1702.  V.  of 
Wakering  Parva,  Essex,  1703-12.  R.  of  Hopton,  Suffolk, 
1712.  R.  of  Bridgham,  Norfolk,  1726.  Brother  of  Luke  (1700). 

LEEK,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  FoU.-Com.  (age  13)  at  Sidney,  May  4, 
1626.  2nd  s.  of  Francis  (1596),  Baron  Deincourt  (afterwards 
Earl  of  Scarsdale).  Bapt.  at  Newark,  Oct.  i,  1612.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  26,  1628-9;  and  at  the  Middle  Temple, 
Oct.  24,  1631.  Succeeded  his  father  as  2nd  Earl,  Apr.  9,  1655. 
Died  Jan.  27,  1680-1.  Buried  in  Westminster  Abbey.  IJrother 
of  Francis  (1626).   (G.E.C.) 

LEEKE,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  6,  1699.  S.  of  Richard.  B.  at  Teversall,  Notts.  Created 
D.C.L.  (Oxford)  1706.  Succeeded  as  4th  Earl  of  Scarsdale, 
Oct.  27,  1707.  Lord-Licutonant  of  Derbs.,  1711-4-  Envoy  to 
Vienna,  1712.  Died  July  17,  1736.  Buried  at  Sutton.  {Al. 
Oxon.;  G.E.C.) 

LEEKE,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Aug.  16,  1726.   School,  Westminster.   Matric.  1726. 

LEAKE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Sept.  18, 
1585.  S.  of  Christopher.  B.  at  Dent,  Yorks.  School,  Sed- 
bergh  (Mr  Mayer).  Migrated  to  St  Catharine's.  Matric.  1585; 
B.A.  1588-9;  M.A.  1593.  One  of  these  names  preb.  of  York, 
1617-42.  '  Preacher  of  the  Word  of  God  at  Lyeth,  in  Cleve- 
land, 1618.'   {Venn,  1.  126;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LEAKE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1628; 
B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Ample- 
forth,  Yorks.,  1643.   Died  c.  1660. 

LEAKE,  RICHARD.   M.A.  1633  (Incorp.  from  St  Andrews). 

LEAKE,  RICHARD.    Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 

1641. 
LEEKE,  RICHARD.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  24, 

1641.   S.  of  William,  Esq.,  of  Diss,  Norfolk.   Schools,  Lynn 

(Mr  Boston),   Wymondham   (Mr  Lock)   and  Newport   (Mr 

Wolley).   Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  William,  of  Gray's  Inn;  adm. 

at  Gray's  Inn,  July  7,  1641.   WiU  (P.C.C.)  1655;  of  Gray's 

Inn. 
LEAK,  RICHARD.   Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  16, 

1679.   S.  of  Richard,  husbandman.    B.  at  Sedbergh,  Yorks. 

School,    Dent    (Mr  Thistlethwait).     Ord.    priest    (Durham) 

June  2,  1683.    V.  of  Helmsley,  Yorks.,  1691-1728.    Buried 

Oct.  14,  1728. 

LEAKE,  RICHARD.   M.A.  1681  (Incorp.  from  Edinburgh). 

LEEK,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  King's  Hall,  1399;  Bachelor  (?  of 
Law),  in  1409;  LL.D.  in  1420.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  May  21, 
1418;  priest.  Mar.  11,  1418-9.  Probably  preb.  of  Lincoln, 
1420-34. 

LEEKE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1583; 
B.A.  1585-6;  M.A.  1589.  One  of  these  names,  of  Wymeswold, 
Leics.,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  19,  1587. 

LEEKE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  June  4, 
1641.  S.  of  Tristram,  husbandman,  of  Storthwaite,  in 
Thornton,  Yorks.  B.  there.  School,  Roecliffe,  Borough- 
bridge  (private;  Mr  Thompson).   B.A.  1644-5;  M.A.  1649. 

LEAKE  or  LEEK,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  5, 
1683-4.  Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1683-4.  Probably  of  Hor- 
bury,  gent.  Bapt.  there,  Sept.  i,  1666.  Buried  Jan.  14, 
1707-8.  Brother  of  Gervase  (1688).   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LEEK,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  30, 
1689.  S.  of  Samuel  (1654),  clerk.  B.  at  Nottingham.  School, 
Southwell  (Mr  Hasledin).  Matric.  1689;  B.A.  1692-3;  M.A. 
1696.  Fellow,  1694-1701.  Ord.  deacon  (Durham)  Sept.  22, 
1695;  priest,  Sept.  20,  1696.  P.C.  of  Croxdale,  1696-1700. 
V.  of  Monkhesleden,  1700-14.  Minor  canon  of  Durham, 
1711-26;  Sacrist,  1711-6;  Precentor,  1716-21.  R.  of  St 
Mary-the-Less,  Durham,  1712-21.  P.C.  of  Whitworth,  1714- 
26.  V.  of  Merrington,  1720-6.  Died  1726.  Father  of  Samuel 
(1720).   (D.  S.  Boutflower.) 

LEEKE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  29, 
1713-  S.  of  John,  deceased.  B.  at  Epperstone,  Notts. 
School,  Nottingham  (Mr  Johnson).  Matric.  1713;  B.A.  1716- 
7;  M.A.  1720;  B.D.  1728.  Fellow,  1718-35.  Proctor,  1726-7, 
Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Mar.  10,  1722-3.  Perhaps  R.  of  Girton, 
Cambs.,  1722.  V.  of  St  Clement's,  Cambridge,  1722.  R.  of 
Gt  Snoring,  Norfolk,  1734-62.  R.  of  Letheringsett,  1747-59. 
Died  July  2,  1762.   Will,  P.C.C. 

LEKE,  ROGER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1558. 
Probably  s.  of  John,  of  Wyerhall,  Edmonton,  Middlesex. 
Brother  of  Gaspard  (1558).   {Middlesex  Pedigrees.) 

LEEKE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  4, 
1654.  S.  of  Thomas  (1619),  of  Nottingham,  clerk.  Taught 
by  his  father.  Matric.  1654;  B.A.  1657-8;  M.A.  1661.  Fellow, 
1659.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1661.    R.  of  Wickham  St  Paul, 


Leake,  William 

Essex,  1662-6.  R.  of  St  Peter,  Nottingham,  1667-72.  Canon 
of  Southwell,  1670-87.  R.  of  Kilvington,  1671.  R.  of' 
Hockerton,  1681.  V.  of  RoUeston,  1682.  R.  of  Bamborough, 
Yorks.,  1687.  Died  Oct.  15,  1687.  Buried  at  Southwell. 
Father  of  Robert  (1689).   {Al.  Oxon.) 

LEAKE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  June  13, 
1666.  S.  of  Edward.  B.  at  Loughborough.  School,  Lough- 
borough (Mr  Somerville).  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1669.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Aug.  1668;  priest  (York)  Sept.  1671. 
Lecturer  at  .-Vshboume,  Derbs.,  1671-89.  Died  1689.  (Peile, 
"■  5.) 

LEEKE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  i, 
1720.  S.  of  Robert  (1689),  clerk,  of  Durham.  B.  there.  Bapt, 
at  St  Mary-the-Less,  Jan.  29,  1702-3.  School,  Durham  (Sir 
Rymer).  Matric.  1720;  B.A.  1723-4.  Ord.  deacon  (Durham) 
Sept.  19,  1725;  priest  (York)  July  18,  1731.  V.  of  Sutton- 
on-Trent,  Notts.,  1731-46.  R.  of  Kilvington,  1731-46.  {Scott- 
Mayor,  111.  334.) 

LEEK,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Apr.  16,  1726. 
Of  Carlton-on -Trent,  Notts.  Matric.  1724-5;  LL.B.  1730. 
Ord.  priest  (Litt.  dim.  from  York)  Dec.  1732.  V.  of  North 
CoUingham,  Notts. 

LEEKE,  SEYMOUR.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  25, 
1736.  B.  in  London.  School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1736; 
B.A.  1740-1.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Humphrey  Rant, 
Recorder  of  Ipswich.  '  Rev.  Seymour  Leake,  late  of  Yaxley 
Hall,  Suffolk,  died  in  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  March,  1786' 
{Davy  MSS.,  19,139).   Will  (P.C.C.)  1786. 

LEAKE,  SOLOMON.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 
1602. 

LEEKE,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1456;  M.A.  1460.  Probably  scholar  at 
King's  Hall.  Perhaps  R.  of  Beccles,  Suffolk,  1467-1504. 

LEAKE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1569. 
B.  at  Sudbury,  Suffolk.  Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Chichester) 
Mar.  9,  1577-8;  priest  (Norwich)  July  6,  1578  (no  degree); 
V  of  St  Andrew's,  Ilketshall,  Suffolk,  1578-90;  V.  of  Scot- 
home,  Lines.,  1586-92;  R.  of  Aswardby,  1600-26. 

LEAKE,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  1598-9;  B.A. 

from  Pembroke,  1600-1. 
LEAKE,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1603-4.  Perhaps  V.  of 

Lund,  Yorks.,  1610-6.    Will  of  one  of  these  names  (York) 

1635;  of  East  Ardsley,  Yorks.,  clerk. 
LEAKE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1612;  B.A. 

1615-6.    Probably  adm.  at  Leyden,  Oct.  20,  1617;  'Anglus, 

Cantabrigiensis.'  See  also  Thomas  (1624). 
LEAKE,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1619; 

B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.   Ord.  deacon  (York)  June;  priest, 

Sept.  1626.   Probably  R.  of  Adbolton,  and  Holme  Pierrepont, 

Notts.,  in  1650.   Doubtless  Master  of  Nottingham  Grammar 

School,  1628-57.   Father  of  Samuel  (1654). 

LEAKE,  THOMAS.  M.D.  1624  (Incorp.  from  Leyden).  Admon. 
(York)  1631;  of  York,  M.D. 

LEAKE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  4,  1677. 
Of  Middlesex.  Probably  s.  of  Francis,  citizen  and  merchant 
of  London.   Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  July  3,  1678. 

LEAKE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  18, 
1719-20.  S.  of  Marmaduke,  furrier,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at 
Beverley.  School,  Beverley  (Mr  Lambert  and  Mr  Johnson). 
Matric.  1720;  B.A.  1723-4;  M.A.  1730.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich, 
Litt.  dim.  from  York)  Mar.  6,  1725-6;  priest,  June  9,  1727. 
V.  of  Bishops  Burton,  Yorks.,  1730-87.  Buried  there  Mar.  26, 
1787.    {Scott-Mayor,  iii.  330.) 

LEAKE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1580. 

LEEKE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1586. 
One  of  these  names,  of  Wymeswold,  Leics.,  adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Aug.  I,  1590.  Will  of  one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.)  1655; 
of  Gray's  Inn,  Esq. 

LEEKE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  4,  1647.  Of 
Leicestershire.  Probably  ist  s.  of  William,  of  Wymeswold, 
Leics.  Matric.  1646.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  23,  1653. 
Serjeantat-law.  Died  Oct.  1687,  aged  57.  M.I.  at  Wymes- 
wold.  {F.M.G.,  1035;  Nichols,  iii.  506.) 

LEEKE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  25, 
1649.  S.  and  h.  of  Herbert,  gent.,  of  Halam,  Notts.  School, 
Southwell.   Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  27,  1653.    Married 

the  dau.  and  heir  of Bolles,  of  Osberton,  Notts.   Died 

1673.    {Thoroton,  in.  93.) 

LEAKE  or  LEECH,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Christ's, 
Apr.  8,  1651.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Ranby,  Lines.  School, 
Homcastle  (Mr  Nottingham).   Matric.  165 1.   {Peile,  i.  ni.) 

LEEKE,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Feb.  27,  1664-5. 

Matric.  1664-5. 
LEEK, .  B.A.  1489-90;  M.A.  1492. 


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Leakeland,  Thomas 

LEAKELAND,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  ii, 
1675.  Matric.  1675;  B.A.  1679-80.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  May, 
1681;  priest,  Sept.  1682.  R.  of  Diimington,  Yorks.,  1684. 
LEAMAN,  see  LEMAN. 

LEANINGE,  ROGER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1609. 
LEAPER,  see  LEPER. 

LEARE,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  June  30,  1632. 
Of  Lincolnshire.   Matric.  1632;  Scholar,  1633;  B.A.  1635-6; 
M.A.  1639. 
LEARMONTH,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov. 

1554- 
LEARMOULT,  PHILIP.    Adm.  at  Corpus  Chrisii,  1719.    Of 

Csmterbury. 
LEAROYD,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  June 
28,  1744.   S.  of  Abraham,  husbandman,  of  Yorkshire.   B.  at 
Soyland,  Halifax.    School,  Rishworth.    Matric.  i744;  B..\. 
1747-8.   Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  25,  1748;  priest,  June  10, 
1750.  C.  of  Hudderstield.   (Scott-Mayor,  in.  544.) 
LEATHLEY   or   LEYTHLYE,  GEORGE.     Matric.   pens,   from 
Christ's,  Dec.  1560;  B.A.  1564-5.    R.  of  Wendy,  Cambs., 
1576-1625. 
LEATHLEY,  ROGER.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1562; 

Scholar,  1564. 
LEAVENS  or  LEVINS,  BRIAN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  4, 
1620.   Matric.  1620,  as  Ben.  Lewens.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
June  11;  priest,  June  12,  1625. 
LEAVENS,   WILLIAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',   Easter, 
1606.  Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1610-1.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  May; 
priest,  Sept.  1616. 
LEAVER,  see  LEVER. 

LEAVES,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  10, 
1670-1.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Pinchbeck,  Lines.  School,  Lincoln 
(Mr  Johnson).   Matric.  1671;  LL.B.  1676. 
LEAVES,  WILLIAM.   .■\dm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  22, 
1649-50.    S.  of  John.    B.  at  Pinchbeck,  Lines.    Taught  at 
home.   Matric.  1650. 
LEAY,  WILLIAM,  see  LEE. 
LEBAND,  ROBERT.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1572; 

B.A.  1577-8. 
LEBDALL,  JOHN,  see  LOBDALL. 

LEBEG,  HONORATUS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  8, 
1716.  S.  of  Honoratus,  M.D.,  of  Lancashire  (whose  admon., 
at  Archd.  Richmond,  1705 ;  as  of  Lancaster).  B.  at  Liverpool. 
School,  Sedbergh  (Mr  Saunders).  Matric.  1716;  B..K.  1719- 
20;  M.A.  1723.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  22,  1723;  priest 
(Lichfield)  Sept.  19,  1725.  V.  of  Eastham,  Cheshire,  1728-66. 
R.  of  Wallasey,  1749-69.  P.C.  of  Bromborough,  till  1766. 
Buried  at  Eastham,  July  26,  1769.  (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  301.) 
LE  BLANC,  ALBERT.  D.D.  1728  (Com.  i?£g.).  V.  of  Aldenham, 
Herts.,  1714-8.  Chaplain  to  Lady  Mohun.  R.  of  Halsall, 
Lanes.,  1719-29.  Will  1729;  of  St  Martin -in-the-Fields;  to 
be  buried  at  Paddington.  (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
LE  CAUX,  PAUL  MICHAEL,   .^dm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Dec. 

14,  1730.    Previously  at  Clare. 
LECHMERE,  EDMUND.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Trinity, 
May  14,   1728.    S.  of  Anthony,  of  Hanley  Castle,  Worcs. 
School,  Fulham,  London  (Mr  Vaslett).    Matric.  1728.    M.P. 
for  Co.  Worcester,  1734.    Of  Severn  End,  Worcs.    Married 
(i)  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir  Blundei  Charlton,  Bart.,  of  Ludford. 
Died  1805.   Father  of  the  next. 
LECHMERE,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Trinity, 
Nov.   I,   1751.    S.  of  Edmund  (above).    School,  Hackney, 
Middlesex  (Mr  Graham).   Matric.  1751.   M.P.  for  Worcester, 
Mar.  to  Sept.  1774.   Inherited  the  Charlton  estates  from  his 
uncle   Sir   Francis   Charlton,   in    1784,   and   assumed   that 
additional  surname.  Of  Hanley  Castle  and  Ludford.  (Lodge.) 
LEDDALL,  ANDREW.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Mar.  25,  1640. 
LEDALL,  ROBERT.    Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Lent,  1564-5; 
B.A.  1573-4;  M.A.  1577-  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Oct.  22,  1572. 
R.  of  Stanhoe,  Norfolk,  1572.   R.  of  Docking,  1581. 
LEDAM,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',   Easter,   1570. 
Probably  migrated  to  Peterhouse,  1572. 

LEDSAM, .  M.Gram.  15 15-6.  Perhaps  the  same  as  Stephen 

Leader,  whom  see. 
LEDWY,  HENRY.  Southern  student  who  received  a  Royal 
pardon  for  taking  part  in  a  riot  against  the  Northern  students, 
1:61.  (Fuller,  29.) 
LEE  or  LEY,  ADEN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Feb.  14,  1701-2.  Of 
Staffordshire.  Eldest  s.  of  Christopher,  of  Mayfield.  Matric. 
1702;  Scholar,  1702;  B.A.  1705-6;  M.A.  1720.  V.  of  Ham, 
Stafis.,  1709.  V.  of  Leek,  1719-25.  V.  of  Alton,  1750-2.  R. 
of  Blore.  Married  Elizabeth  Gibbons,  dau.  of  Thomas 
Rudyard,  of  Rudyard.  Died  1752,  aged  68.  (Lodge.) 


Lee,  Edward 

LEY,  ADEN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Emmanuel,  June  28,  1745. 
Of  Mayfield,  Stags.  4th  s.  of  George,  clerk.  Bapt.  May  8, 
1726.  School,  Brewood.  Matric.  1745;  B.A.  1748-9.  R.  of 
Godmersham,  Kent,  1753-66.  Died  Dec.  3,  1766.  Buried  at 
Godmersham.  Nephew  of  Aden  (above).  (Lodge.) 
LEGH,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1450.  B.A.  and  U..\.  Perhaps  LL.D.  R.  of  Fen  Ditton, 
Cambs.,  1468-73.  Canon  of  Windsor,  1469.  Preb.  of  York, 
1471-1501.  R.  of  St  Bride's,  London,  1471-85.  Preb.  of 
Bameby,  Howden,  1478.  Temporal  Chancellor  of  Durham 
Cathedral,  1490.  R.  of  Spoflorth,  1493.  For  some  years  the 
King's  resident  ambassador  in  Scotland.  Died  1501.  (Cooper, 
I.  520;  D.N.B.) 
LEIGH,  ALEXANDER.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 

1621. 
LEE,  ANTHONY.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1565- 
LEE,  BENJAMIN,   .^dm.  sizar  (age  i6)  at  St  John's,  June  30, 
1684.    S.  of  George,  merchant.    B.   at  Lambeth,   Surrey. 
School,  'Bethlem'  (private;  Mr  Noys).   Matric.  1684. 
LEE,  BENJAMIN.    Adm.  at  Emmanuel,  May  12,  1694,  from 
Oxford.  S.  of  John,  of  Stratford-le-Bow,  citizen  and  vintner. 
B.  June  21,  1674.    School,  Christ's  Hospital.    Matric.  from 
Trinity  College,  Oxford,  July  16,  1692,  age  19. 
LEE,    CHARLES.     Adm.    pens,    at   Trinity,    Apr.    30,    1636. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Sir  Robert,  Knt.,  of  Billesley,  Warws.    Bapt. 
at  St  Peter-le-Poer,  June  30,  1620.   Matric.  1636.    Adm.  at 
the   Inner  Temple,    1637.     Knighted,   Dec.    28,    1645.     Of 
Billesley,  Esq.   Buried  Oct.  18,  1700,  at  Edmonton,  Middle- 
sex.  (Vis.  of  Warws.,  1682;  London  and  Middlesex  Notebook, 
54.) 
LEIGH,  CHARLES.   M.D.  from  Jesus,  1690  (Com.  Reg.).   S.  of 
William,  of  Singleton  Grange,  Kirkham,  Lanes.,  gent.  School, 
Manchester.    Matric.  from  Brasenose  College,  Oxford,  July 
18,  1679,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)   1683.    Physician  at  Man- 
chester.   F.R.S.,   1685.    Author,  medical,  etc.    Died  i7i7- 
(D.N.B.;  Al.  Oxon.) 
LEY,  CHARLES.  M.A.  from  Sidney,  1707.  S.  of  William,  clerk, 
of  Worcester.   Matric.  from  Pembroke  College,  Oxford,  Mar. 
18,  1685-6,  age  17;  B.A.  (Magdalen  College,  Oxford)  1690. 
R.  of  Gt  Sutton,  Essex,  1696.   R.  of  Wickham  Bishops,  1706. 
Married  Sarah,  dau.  of  Derell  Pead,  V.  of  Clerkenwell.   Died 
Jan.  1742-3.   Will  (Comm.  C.  Essex)  1743.   (Al.  Oxon.) 
LEIGH,  CHARLES.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Clare,  Sept.  i,  17I4' 
Doubtless  s.   of  John,  of  Adlington,   Cheshire.    B.   there. 
Matric.    1 714.     Married    Hester,    dau.   of    Robert    Lee,    of 
Wincham,  Cheshire.   Died  at  Buxton,  July,  1781.   (Ormerod, 
III.  334) 
LEE,  CHARLES.    Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1750. 
S.  of  James.   Bapt.  at  Windsor,  Jan.  2,  1732.   Matric.  1751; 
B.A.  1756;  M.A.  1759.  Fellow,  1754.  Ord.  deacon  (Gloucester, 
Litt.  dim.  from  Hereford)  Dec.  20,  1755;  priest  (Ely)  Mar.  2, 
1760.    Master  of  Bristol  Grammar  School,  1764-1811.   Died 
Oct.  6,  1811.    (F.  S.  Hockaday.) 
LEIGH,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1617. 
LEE,  CHRISTOPHER.   Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1624;  B.A.  1627-8.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Apr.  11;  priest, 
Apr.  12,  1629.    Perhaps  minister  at  Penn,  Staffs.,  c.  1646. 
(Wm.  Salt  Arch.  Soc,  1915.) 
LEE,  CROMWELL.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 
1556.   S.  of  Sir  Anthony,  of  Burston,  Bucks.   Said  to  have 
been  also  of  St  John's  College,  Oxford.  Compiled  an  Italian 
Dictionary  now  in  the  library  of  St  John's.    Travelled  in 
Italy.  Of  Holywell,  Oxford.   Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir  John 
Harcourt,  Knt.  Died  Dec.  21,  1602.  (Lipscomb,  n.  405;  Misc. 
Gen.  et  Her.,  2nd  S.,  i.  102;  D.N.B.). 
LEE,  CUTHBERT.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Oct.  1564. 
LEE,  EDMUND.   Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Lent,  1564-5.   Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  May  26,  1566;  priest.  Mar.  23,  1566-7;  'of  Ely 
College.' 
LEE,   EDMUND.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,   July  4,    1689.    Of 
Doncaster.   Matric.  1689;  B.A.  1692-3.   Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Dec.  1698. 
LEE,  EDWARD.  Incorp.  B.A.  1502-3.  S.  of  Richard,  of  Gt  Lee, 
Kent.  B.  c.  1482.  B.A.  (Oxford);  M.A.  (Cambridge)  1503-4; 
B.D.  1515;  D.D.  (abroad).    Incorp.  at  Oxford.    Fellow  of 
Magdalen  College,  Oxford.  R.  of  Wells,  Norfolk,  1503.  Preb. 
of  Lincoln,   1512-31.    Chaplain  and  almoner  to  the  King. 
Opponent  of  Erasmus,  1519-20.   Archdeacon  of  Colchester, 
1523-31.    Chancellor  of  Sarum,   1529-31.    P'reb.  of  York, 
1529-31;  of  Westminster,  1530.   .\rchbishop  of  York,  1531- 
44.   Employed  on  missions  at  Rome  and  elsewhere.   Author, 
theological.  Died  Sept.  13,  1544-  Buried  in  York  Cathedral. 
(Cooper,  I.  85;  D.N.B.) 
LEE,  EDWARD.   'Late  scholar  in  Cambridge.'    Of  Southwell, 
Notts.   Will  (York)  1552. 

61 


Lee,  Edward 

LEYE,  EDWARD.   Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1565. 

LEIGH,  EDWARD.  M.A.  1634  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Probably 
s.  of  Henry,  of  Rushall,  Staffs.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  Hall, 
Oxford,  Oct.  24,  1617,  age  15;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1620;  M.A.  1623. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  1624.  M.P.  for  Stafford,  1645-8. 
Colonel  of  a  regiment  in  the  Parliamentary  array.  Biblical 
critic  and  historian.  Died  June  2,  1671.  Buried  at  Rushall, 
Staffs.   Father  of  Henry  (1646).   (Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

LEE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  May  16,  1636. 
S.  of  William,  notary  public,  of  York.  B.  there.  Schools, 
York  and  Howden  (private;  Mr  Atkinson).  B.A.  1639-40. 
Brother  of  Piers  (1628). 

LEIGH,  EDWARD.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  Catharine's, 
Michs.  1 64 1.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Robert,  of  Chingford, 
Essex,  Esq.;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  23,  1645.  Died  Sept.  7, 
1691,  aged  67.   Buried  at  Chingford.   {Morant,  I.  54.) 

LEIGH,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  30, 
1678.  S.  of  John,  R.  of  Outwell,  Isleof  Ely.  B.  there.  School, 
LitUe  Walsingham,  Norfolk  (Mr  Pitts).  Matric.  1678;  B.A. 
1681-2. 

LEIGH,  EDWARD.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  Apr.  30, 
1681.  Of  London.  M.A.  1682  (Com.  Reg^.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Dec.  14,  1682,  as  s.  and  h.  of  Edward,  of  London,  Esq. 

LEE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  July  4,  1699.  B.  at 
Campsall,  Yorks. 

LEE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  May  3,  1735.  B.  at 
Moscow.   Matric.  1735. 

LEIGH,  EGERTON.  LL.B.  from  Cambridge,  1728  {Com.  Reg.). 
S.  of  Peter,  of  Rostherne,  Cheshire,  clerk.  Bapt.  Mar.  30, 
1702.  Matric.  from  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  July  18,  1721, 
age  19;  LL.D.  1743.  Ord.  priest  (Chester)  Aug.  20,  1727.  R. 
of  one  mediety  of  Lymm,  Cheshire,  1728-49.  Archdeacon  of 
Salop  (Hereford  diocese),  1741-60.  Preb.  of  Hereford,  1742. 
R.  of  Middle,  Salop,  1746-9.  V.  of  Upton  Bishop,  Hereford, 
1749-60.  Diedat  Bath,  Feb.  5,  1760.  Will,  P.C.C.  Father  of 
Egerton  (1751).   {Scott-Mayor,  in.  415;  Al.  Oxon.) 

LEIGH,  EGERTON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Dec.  26, 
1751.  S.  of  Egerton  (above),  LL.D.,  of  Cheshire.  B.  at 
Lymm.  School,  Hereford  (Mr  Stephens).  B.A.  1756;  M.A. 
(Oxford)  1758.  R.  of  Lymm,  Cheshire.  Preb.  of  Bangor, 
1758-98.  Preb.  of  Lichfield,  1770-98.  Archdeacon  of  Salop 
(Lichfield  diocese),  1770-98.  Chancellor  of  Lichfield,  1797-8. 
Died  Sept.  17,  1798.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1799. 

LEIGH,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1609. 
Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  Oliph,  Knt.,  of  Addington,  Surrey. 
If  so,  previously  adm.  at  Trinity  College,  Oxford,  May  8, 
1607,  age  15.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1609.  Knighted, 
Dec.  12,  1617.  M.P.  for  Surrey,  1625.  Buried  Dec.  17,  1644, 
at  Addington.  WiU,  P.C.C.  Father  of  WiUiam  (1637). 
{Surrey  Archaeol.  Coll.,  vii.  94.) 

LEE,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  lOj  1635.  Doubt- 
less s.  of  Henry  (1615),  of  Ditchley,  Oxon.,  and  Quarrendon, 
Bucks.  Bapt.  at  Spilsbury,  Mar.  3,  1615-6.  Matric.  1635. 
Succeeded  as  2nd  Bart.,  1631.  Lived  at  Chelsea.  Married 
Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Lydiard  Tregooze,  Wilts.  Died  July 
23.  1639,  aged  24.  Buried  at  Spilsbury,  Oxon.  {Misc.  Gen. 
el  Her.,  2nd  S.,  1.  104.) 

LEA,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  Dec.  18, 
1658.  S.  of  Michael.  B.  in  London.  Probably  adm.  at  the 
Inner  Temple,  June  27,  1660.   Brother  of  George  (1656). 

LEE,  GEORGE.  B.Can.L.  1529-30,  at  that  time  a  priest.  S.  of 
William,  of  Morpeth,  Northumberland.  Chantry  priest  at 
Stow-cum-Quy,  Cambs.,  1521.  R.  of  South  Shoebury,  Essex, 
1526.  R.  of  Woodford,  1529.  R.  of  Ashdon,  1533-52.  Master 
of  St  John's  Hospital,  Lichfield,  1536.  Preb.  of  Lichfield, 
1537-42-  Treasurer,  1=42-74.  Dean  of  St  Chad's,  Shrews- 
bury, 1542.  Died  1574.  Brother  of  Rowland  (1510).  {Cooper, 
I-  324) 

LEE,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1564;  B.A. 
1567-8;  M.A.  1571;  B.D.  1587.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest 
(Lincoln)  Sept.  6,  1576.  V.  of  Barrington,  Cambs.,  1594-7. 
Died  1597.   Will  proved  (V.C.C). 

LEE,  GEORGE.  B.A.  1586. 

LEIGH,  GEORGE.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1608;  B.A.  1608-9; 
M.A.  1612. 

LEIGH,  GEORGE.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1611-2;  M.A.  1615. 

LEE,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1612;  B.A. 
1615-6;  M.A.  1619.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.;  priest,  Dec. 
i6i6. 

LEE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  June  5, 
1652.  S.  and  h.  of  John,  of  the  City  of  London,  gent.  School, 
St  Paul's.  B.A.  1655-6.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  11, 
1649-50.  Of  Stoke  Milbro',  Salop.  'Of  Lincoln's  Inn;  aged 
24;  married  Cecilia,  dau.  of  Robert  Goodwin,  of  Ashurst, 
Kent,  Dec.  16,  1662.'  Died  Sept.  22,  1676,  aged  38.  (Gyll, 
Wraysbury,  23.) 


Lee,  Henry 

LEA,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  May  5,  1656. 
S.  and  h.  of  Michael,  of  Basingshaw  Street,  London.  B.  in 
London.  Adm.atGray'sInn,  May  i,  1656.  Brother  of  Francis 
(1658). 

LEA,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1665, 
(Not  in  College  Adm.  Register.) 

LEE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  July  6,  1698.  Of 
Yorkshire.  S.  of  George,  of  Sheffield.  Bapt.  July  14,  1678. 
Matric.  1698;  B.A.  1701-2.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  1708; 
priest,  1710.  Assistant  minister  at  Sheffield,  and  C.  of 
Attercliffe,  1708.  Perhaps  schoolmaster  at  Sheffield,  see  next 
entry.  Died  Nov.  25,  1719.   {F.M.G.,  825.) 

LEE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  6,  1704. 
S.  of  Jonathan,  gent.  B.  at  Sheffield,  Yorks.  Bapt.  Aug.  17, 
1687.  School,  Sheffield  (Mr  Lee).  Matric.  1704;  M.B.  1709. 
Practised  at  Sheffield.  Buried  June  27,  1720.  Described  as 
M.D.    {F.M.G.,  826.) 

LEGH,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  4,  1712. 
S.  of  John,  of  West  Chester,  Cheshire.  School,  Middle,  Shrops. 
(Mr  Dale).  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  20,  1710-1;  and  at 
the  Middle  Temple,  May  24,  1717.  Called  to  the  Bar,  May  31, 
1717. 

LEE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Mar.  21,  1715-6.  4th  s. 
of  Sir  Thomas,  of  Hartwell,  Bucks.,  Bart.  B.  there,  1700. 
Matric.  1716.  Migrated  to  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  1719-20. 
Matric.  there,  Apr.  4,  1720;  B.C.L.  1724;  D.C.L.  1729.  Adm. 
at  the  Middle  Temple,  Jan.  27,  1718-9.  Advocate  at  Doctors' 
Commons,  1729.  M.P.  for  Brackley,  1733-42;  for  Devizes, 
1742-7;  for  Liskeard,  1747-54;  for  Launceston,  1754-8.  Lord 
of  the  Admiralty,  1742-4.  Dean  of  Arches,  175 1-8.  Judge 
of  the  Prerogative  Court  of  Canterbury,  1751-8.  Treasurer 
of  the  Household  to  the  Princess  Dowager  of  Wales,  175 1-7. 
Knighted,  Feb.  12,  1752.  Privy  Councillor,  1752.  Eminent 
as  a  lawyerand  politician.  Married  Judith,  dau.  of  Humphrev 
Morice.  Died  Dec.  18,  1758.  Buried  at  Hartwell.  WiU  (P.C.C.') 
1759.  Uncle  of  William  (1743-4).  {Lipscomb,  in.  306-8; 
D.N.B.) 

LEGH,  GEORGE.  LL.D.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1728  (Com.  Reg.). 

V.  of  Halifax,  Yorks.,   1731-75.    Preb.  of  York,   1732-75. 

Died  Dec.  6,  1775.  aged  81.   M.I.  WUl  (P.C.C.)  1776. 
LEE,  GERVASE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1569;  B.A. 

1573-4.   One  of  these  names,  of  SouthweU,  Notts.,  married 

Bridget,  dau.  of  Robert  Sotheby,  of  Pocklington,  Esq.,  Feb. 

20,  1582-3.    (M.  H.  Peacock.) 
LEE,  GERVASE-  B.A.  from  Pembroke,  1604-5. 
LEE,  GERVASE  or  JERVAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's, 

June  10,  1647.    S.  of  Miles,  deceased,  of  Radford,  Notts. 

B.  there.  School,  SouthweU  (Mr  Palmer).  Matric.  1647;  B.A. 

1650-1. 
LEIGH,   GERVASE.    Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,   May   i,    1669. 

Matric.    1669;    Scholar,    1671;    B.A.    1672-3;    M.A.    1676. 

FeUow,  1674.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  May  21,  1676. 

R.  of  Cheadle,  Staffs.,  1677-81.   Died  1681. 
LEE,  GODFREY.  M.A.  1675  (Lit.  Reg.).  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1676. 

{Al.  Oxon.) 

LEE,  HAMLET.  M.Gram.  1499-1500. 

LEE,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1568.  One  of 
these  names,  'of  Herts.,  late  of  New  Inn,'  adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Jan.  31,  1574-5. 

LEE,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1585.  B.  in 
Dublin,  1566.  B.A.  1588-9;  M.A.  1592.  Ord.  priest  in  Ireland, 
Nov.  20,  1593.  Minister  at  Stoughton  eight  years.  R.  of 
Colmworth,  Beds.,  1603.   R.  of  Eynesbury,  Hunts.,  1605-14. 

LEE,  HENRY.  M.A.  1615  (on  King's  visit).  Perhaps  the  Baronet 
of  these  names.  If  so,  s.  and  h.  of  Robert,  of  Hardwicke, 
Bucks.  B.  1571.  Created  Baronet,  1611.  High  Sheriff  of 
Oxfordshire,  1613;  of  Bucks.,  1621.  Of  Ditchley,  O.xon.,  and 
of  Quarrendon,  Bucks.  Died  Apr.  6,  1631.  Buried  at 
Spelsbury,  Oxon.  Father  of  Francis  (1635).  {Misc.  Gen.  el 
Her.,  2nd  S.,  I.  104.) 

LEIGH,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  5,  1645-6. 
S.  of  Edward  (1634),  of  RushaU,  Staffs.  Matric.  1646. 
Migrated  to  Oxford.  B.A.  (Magdalen  HaU)  1649;  M.A.  1652- 
3.  Delegate  of  the  visitors.  M.A.  1659  (Incorp.  from 
Oxford).  Of  RushaU,  Esq.  Married  Dorothy,  dau.  of  William 
Andrews,  of  Lathbury,  Bucks.  Died  1705.  (A I.  Oxon.;  Shaw, 
II.  69.) 

LEE,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  4,  1661.  S.  of 
WUliam  (1622),  R.  of  Fletton,  Hunts.  School,  Oundle. 
Matric.  1661;  B.A.  1664-5;  M-A.  1668;  B.D.  1675.  FeUow, 
by  Royal  mandate,  Dec.  1667.  Junior  Proctor,  1673-4. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1669.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  20, 
1668.  Signed  for  priest's  orders  (London)  Mar.  14,  1673-4. 
R.  of  Tichmarsh,  Northants.,  1678-1713.  R.  of  Brington, 
Hunts.,  1690-1713.  Buried  at  Tichmarsh,  Nov.  30,  1713. 
Father  of  Weyman  (1699). 


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Lee,  Henry 

LEIGH,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Caius,  June  16,  1692. 
S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Aldridge,  Staffs.  B.  there.  Schools, 
Lichfield  (Mr  Shaw)  and  Sutton  Coldfield  (Mr  Saunders). 
Scholar,  1692-7;  Matric.  1693;  M.B.  1697.  Fellow,  1697-9. 
{Venn,  i.  491.) 

LEE,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  Jan.  29,  1692-3. 
S.  of  John.  B.  at  Beaconsfield,  Bucks.  School,  Eton.  Matric. 
1693;  Scholar,  1693;  M.B.  1698. 

LEGH,  HENRY.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Mar.  20, 
1696-7.  S.  of  Richard,  Esq.,  of  High  Leigh,  Cheshire.  B. 
there,  1679.  Educated  at  home  (Mr  Hopton).  Matric.  1697. 
Of  East  Hall,  High  Leigh,  Esq.  Married  Letitia,  dau.  of  Sir 
Richard  Brooke,  Bart.,  of  Norton.  Buried  at  Rostheme, 
Nov.  29,  1757.   (Venn,  1.  499.) 

LEA,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  &t  St  Catharine's,  May  13,  1702. 
Of  Ridgely  (?  Rugeley),  Staffs.  Perhaps  matric.  1702,  as 
'Andrew';  B.A.  1705-6. 

LEE,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Jan.  13,  i74i-2-  Probably 
s.  of  Henry,  Chamberlain  of  Hull,  Yorks.  B.  there.  Matric. 
1743;  LL.B.  1748.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1748.  C.  of 
Sculcoates,  Yorks.  Subscribed  for  priest  (Gloucester,  Litt. 
dim.  from  Winchester)  June  2,  1751,  as  C.  of  St  Olave's. 
(F.  S.  Hockaday.) 

LEE,  HUGH.  B.  (Div.  or  Law)  1456.  One  of  these  names  R.  of 
Wendon-Lofts,  Essex,  1459-61. 

LEY,  HUGH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Pembroke,  Apr.  13,  1705. 
S.  of  Andrew.  B.  at  Mylor,  Cornwall.  Matric.  1705;  B.A. 
1708-9.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar.  20,  1708-9. 

LEY,  JAMES.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1571.  S.  of 
Henry,  of  TefEont-Ewyas,  Wilts.  Migrated  to  Oxford.  B.A. 
(Brasenose  College,  Oxford)  1573-4-  Barrister-at-Law, 
Lincoln's  Inn,  1584;  Treasurer,  1610.  M.P.  for  Westbury, 
1597-1798,  1604-5,  1609-11;  for  Bath,  1614;  and  for  West- 
bury,  1621.  Lord  Chief  Justice,  King's  Bench,  Ireland, 
1604-6.  Created  Bart.,  1619.  Lord  Chief  Justice,  King's 
Bench,  1621-4.  Speaker  of  the  House  of  Lords,  1621.  Lord 
Treasurer,  1624-8;  and  Privy  Councillor,  1624.  Created  Lord 
Ley,  1624;  and  Earl  of  Marlborough,  1626.  President  of  the 
Council,  July-Dec,  1628.  Member  of  the  Elizabethan 
Society  of  Antiquaries.  Died  Mar.  14,  1629.  (Al.  Oxon.; 
D.N.B.) 

LEIGH,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  Jan.  11, 
1660-1,  S.  of  Thomas  (1614),  schoolmaster  of  Bishop's 
Stortford.  B.  there.  School,  Stortford.  Matric.  1661;  B.A. 
1664-5;  M.A.  1668.  Fellow,  1664-76.  Granted  priest's  and 
deacon's  orders  at  Lambeth,  Aug.  9,  1667.  Elected  Proctor, 
1676,  but  died  in  London  the  same  year,  Apr.  28,  1676. 
Buried  at  St  Augustine's  by  St  Paul's.  Will  (V.C.C.)  1677. 
Brother  of  William  (1649),  John  (1672)  and  Thomas  (1650). 
{Peile,  I.  594.) 

LEE,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  6,  1675.  OfDoncaster. 
Matric.  1675;  B.A.  1678-9;  M.A.  1682. 

LEE  or  LEA,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  Feb. 
20,  1691-2.  S.  of  Obadiah  (1652),  clerk.  B.  at  Wakefield, 
Yorks.  School,  Wakefield.  Matric.  1692;  B.A.  1695-6;  M.A. 
1699.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  3,  1699;  priest  (York)  May, 
1702.  Brother  of  Obadiah  (1687-8). 

LEE  or  LEEY,  JOHN.   B.A.  1511-2. 

LEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1547- 

LEE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1559. 

LEE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Oct.  1567,  as  'Lye'; 
B.A.  1570-1.  One  John  Leigh  R.  of  Swefling,  Suffolk,  in  1603. 

LEE,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,   Easter,   1570;    B.A. 

1573-4;   M.A.  1577-   Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Apr.  i,  1578;  priest, 

same  day.   R.  of  Croxton,  Cambs.,  1584-1609.   Buried  there 

Nov.  6,  1609. 
LEE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Lent,  1577-8. 

One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1581. 

LEA,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Aug.  15,  1587.  Of  Salop. 

LEE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1609;  B..^. 
1611-2;  M.A.  1615.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  21;  priest, 
Sept.  22,  1617.  Perhaps  R.  of  Braceborough,  Lines.,  1622. 
Will  (Lincoln)  1645-6.  One  of  these  names  (M.A.),  V.  of 
Gt  Marlow,  Bucks.,  1636. 

LEE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter,  1613. 

LEIGH,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1637; 
B.A.  1639-40;  M.A.  1643.  Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Dec.  18,  1641,  as  'Legg  B.A.  of  Magdalene."  Another  of 
these  names  (M.A.),  ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  24,  1643; 
priest,  Mar.  17,  1643-4.  Doubtless  R.  of  Silk  WiUoughby, 
Lines.,  1661-82,  and  father  of  John  (1675). 

LEE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  17,  1639.  Of  Stafford- 
shire. Matric.  1639;  B.A.  1642-3. 


Lee,  John 

LEA,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  13,  1642.  Of  Lincoln- 
shire. 

LEIGH,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  7,  1645. 
S.  of  William  (?  1619),  R.  of  Groton,  Suffolk.  B.  there. 
School,  Felsted  (Mr  Holbeach).  Matric.  1646;  B.A.  1649-50; 
M.A.  1653.  Fellow,  1650.  Perhaps  ord.  priest  (Sydserf, 
Bishop  of  Galloway)  Apr.  20,  1661.   R.  of  OutweU,  Norfolk. 

LEE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  June  28,  1669. 

Matric.  1669;  B.A.  1672-3.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  May;  priest, 

Sept.  1673- 
LEIGH,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  6,  1672. 

S.  of  Thomas  (1614),  schoolmaster,  of  Bishop's  Stortford. 

B.  there.    School,  Bishop's  Stortford.    B.A.  1675-6;  M.A. 

1679.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June;  priest  (London)  Dec.  1679. 

Preb.  of  Lincoln,   1683-90.    V.  of  Stansted  Mountfitchet, 

Essex,  Oct.  16,  1682,  until  his  death.  Will  (Consist.  C.  London) 

1690.    Bequests  to  the  poor  of  Bishop's  Stortford.   Brother 

of   William    (1649),    James   (1660-1)    and  Thomas   (1650). 

{Peile,  II.  41.) 
LEE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Sept.  12,  1673-    Matric. 

1672. 
LEIGH,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Magdalene,  Apr.  27,  1675-  S.  of 

John,  clerk  (1637).    B.  at  Silk  WiUoughby,  Lines.   School, 

Lincoln.    Matric.   1675;  B.A.   1678-9;  M.A.  1682.    Fellow. 

Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1680.    Probably  R.  of  Silk  WiUoughby, 

Lines.,  1682-93. 

LEIGH,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  11,  1676.  Of 
Lancashire.  Matric.  pens.  Easter,  1678;  B.A.  1680-1.  One  of 
these  names  C.  of  UphoUand,  Lanes.,  1681-3.  Perhaps  V.  of 
EderhaU,  Cumberland,  1683-90. 

LEE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Peterhouse,  May  5,  1679- 
Of  Hertford.  Doubtless  s.  of  Richard  (1629),  D.D.,  R.  of 
Bishop  Hatfield,  Herts.  B.  there,  1662.  School,  Hertford. 
Matric.  1679;  Scholar,  1679;  B.A.  1682-3.  Perhaps  ord. 
priest  (Lincohi)  Feb.  20,  1686-7.  R-  of  Rigby,  Lines., 
1689. 

LEE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Aug.  9,  1683.  Of  Doncaster. 
Matric.  1683;  B.A.  1687-8;  M.A.  1691.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Mar.  12,  1692-3.  V.  of  Arksey,  Yorks.,  1702-8.  Died  Feb.  17, 
1708,  aged  41. 

LEIGH,  JOHN.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Kino's,  Easter,  1699. 

LEE,  JOHN.   .-^dm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  June  21,  1710. 

Matric.  Dec.  1709. 
LEE,  JOHN.    Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  Oct.  23,  1713.    Of 

Cheshire.  One  of  these  names,  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Drogheda, 

Ireland,  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Feb.  12,  i7i4-5- 
LEE,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1713.  B.  at 

Alberbury,  Salop.   Matric.  Easter,  1714;  B.A.  1717-8;  M.A. 

1721.    FeUow,  1717.   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  i733-   Ord.  deacon 

(London)   Dec.   2,   1717;  priest.  Mar.   13,   1719-20.    R.  of 

Kingston,  Cambs.,  1724-78.   WiU  (P.C.C.)  1778.   {Harwood.) 
LEIGH,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  May  7,  1722. 

S.  of  Samuel,  of  Staffordshire.  School,  Lichfield  (Mr  Hunter). 

Matric.  1722;  Scholar,  1723;  B.A.  1725-6;  M.A.  1729.   Ord. 

priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  21,  1729- 
LEE,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  9,  1724;  FeU.-Com. 

Dec.  25,  1725.  Of  Hampshire.  Matric.  1724.  Perhaps  s.  and 

h.  of  Thomas,  of  Buriton,  Hants.,  Esq.,  deceased;  adm.  at 

Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  15,  1721. 
LEY,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Mar.  8,  1738-9- 

3rd  s.  of  George,  of  Mayfield,  Stafis.    Bapt.  Mar.  27,  1719. 

School,  Chesterfield,  Derbs.  (Mr  Burroughs).    Matric.  1739; 

Scholar,  1739;  B.A.  1742-3;  M.A.  1746.    Nephew  of  Aden 

(1701-2)  and  brother  of  Aden  (i745)- 
LEE,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  May  5,  1739- 

S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Yorkshire.   B.  at  Leckonfield,  Yorks. 

School,  Beverley  (Mr  Clark).    Matric.  i739;  B.A.   1742-3- 

Ord.  deacon  (York)  June  9,  1745;  pnest,  Sept.  20,  i747- 

LEE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  19,  1745 • 
S  of  WiUiam,  goldsmith  (and  alderman),  of  Leicester.  School, 
Leicester  (Mr  Andrews).  Matric.  i747;  B.A.  1748-9;  M.A. 
1752.  FeUow,  1752-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  22,  1751; 
priest  (Ely)  Dec.  25,  1752.  R-  of  Burton  Overy,  Leics., 
1758-74.  He  was  patron  of  the  living.  Died  1774.  {ScoU- 
Mayor,  in.  552;  Nichols,  11.  534-) 

LEIGH,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  19, 1748. 
Of  Cheadle,  Staffs.  S.  of  Edward.  School,  DUhome.  Matric. 
1748;  B.A.  1752.  One  of  these  names,  s.  of  George,  of 
Ough'trington,  Cheshire,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  10, 
1752. 

LEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  June  25,  1750-  B.  at  Exeter. 
Matric.  1750;  B.A.  1754;  M.A.  1757-  FeUow,  i757-6i-  Clerk 
assistant  of  the  House  of  Commons,  1768-97.  Deputy  Clerk, 
1798-1814.  Died  June  13,  1814,  aged  81.  (A.  B.  Beaven.) 


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LEIGH,  JOSEPH.  Adni.  sizar  at  Sidney,  May  28,  i6i.t-  Matric 
1614;  B.A.  1616-7;  M.A.  1620.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1620.  C. 
of  Slaidbum,  Yorks.,  and  licensed  to  teach  there,  1618.  V.  of 
Dufiield,  Derbs.,  1620.  R.  of  Hanbury,  Staffs.,  1620.  R.  of 
Egginton,  Derbs.,  1631.  Doubtless  R.  of  Catthorpe,  Leics. 
1625;  R.  of  Cotesbach,  1645;  ejected,  1662.  Author  of  a 
celebrated  pamphlet  on  enclosures.  (Nichols,  iv.  85,  150.) 
LEE,  JOSEPH.    Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Sept.  29,  1664;  B.A. 

1668-9. 
LEE,  JOSEPH.    Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  May  16,  1667. 
S.  of  Joseph  (?  1614),  of  Cotesbach,  Leics.   School,  Notting- 
ham (Mr  Pitts). 
LEY,  LAURENCE.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1572; 
B.A.  1578-9;  M.A.  1582;  B.D.  1589.    V.  of  Blyton,  Lines., 
1592-5.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1635;  of  Withington,  Salop,  B.D. 
LEIGH,   LAURENCE.    Adm.  pens,   at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  21, 

1644-5.   Of  Cheshire.   Matric.  1645. 
LEIGH,  LEWIS.     Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at   Emmanuel,  Mar.   30, 

1609. 
LEIGH,  LEWIS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  20,  1694.  Of 
Leicestershire.   Matric.  1695;  B.A.  1697-8;  M.A.  1701.  Ord. 
deacon  (reterb.)  Sept.  24,  1699;  priest,  Sept.  22,  1700.  V.  of 
Hough,  with  Brandon,  Lines.,  1700-17. 
LEE,  MATTHEW.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  i6oo-i;  M.A.  1604. 
LEE  or  LEIGH,  MILES.   M.A.  1573  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).   Of 
Lancashire.  B.A.  from  Corpus  Christi  College,  Oxford,  1562; 
M.A.   1572;  B.C.L.   1579;   D.C.L.   1582.    FeUow  of  Corpus 
Christi,    Oxford,    1561.     R.   of   Dartington,    Devon,    1570. 
Probably  will  (P.C.C.)  1601;  of  St  Michael's,  Oxford. 
LEIGH,  MOSES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  May  27,  1645-  Previously 
matric.  from  New  Inn  Hall,  Oxford,  Apr.  i,  1642,  age  16. 
S.  of  Moses,  of  Newcastle-under-Lyme,  Staffs.  Scholar,  1645; 
B.A.   1645-6;  M.A.   1654.    V.  of  Holy  Cross,  Shrewsbury, 
1649;  ejected,  but  restored  1671,  and  continued  till  1676. 
R.  of  Berrington,  Salop,  1660.   (A.  Gray.) 
LEE,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  July  7,  1665.  S.  of 
Richard  (1629),  R.  of  Hatfield,  Herts.   School,  Westminster 
(exhibitioner    from    Charterhouse,    1665).     Matric.     1668; 
Scholar,  1668;  B.A.  1668-9.  Dramatic  author.  Collaborated 
with  Dryden  in  (Edipus,  1679,  and  The  Duke  0}  Guise,  1682. 
Lost  his  reason   through  intemperance,   1684;  confined  in 
Bethlehem  Hospital,  tiU  1689.   Buried  in  St  Clement  Danes, 
May  6,  1692.  Foranaccoimtof  his  works  see  D.iV.B.  Brother 
of  Richard  (1678),  etc. 
LEIGH  or  LEE,  OBADIAH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Magdalene, 
June  14,  1652.    S.  of  Martin,  of  Holbeck,  Yorks.    School, 
Leeds.   Matric.  1652;  B.A.  1655-6;  M.A.  1663.  V.  of  Warm- 
field,   Yorks.,   in    1659.    Signed   the   Archbishop's  register 
(York)  Sept.  28,  1662.    C.  of  Wakefield,  1671-8;  V.  1678- 
1700.  Governor  of  Wakefield  School,  1675-88.  Buried  Sept. 
17,  1700.   Father  of  James  (1691-2)  and  the  next. 
LEE,  OBADIAH.   Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Feb.  24,  1687-8.  S.  of 
Obadiah  (above),  V.  of  Wakefield,  Yorks.   B.  June  2,  1671. 
School,  Wakefield.  Matric.  1688;  Scholar;  B.A.  1691-2;  M.A. 
1695.   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1696.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept. 
23,  1693;  priest,  Sept.  22,  1695.  Lecturer  at  Wakefield  parish 
church,  1696-1702.   Buried  there  Jan.  29,  1702-3.   Brother 
of  James  (1691-2).   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 
LEIGH,  OLIPH.   Adm.  at  King's  (age  16)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
Oct.  13,  1613.  Of  Addington,  Surrey.  Probably  s.  of  Charles, 
and  grandson  of  Sir  John  OUiph,  of  East  Wickham,  Kent. 
Bapt.  at  Addington,  June   15,   1597-    Matric.   1614;  B.A. 
1617-8;  M.A.   1621.    Fellow,  1616,  till  his  death  in  1627. 
Buried  in  the  College  Chapel.    Cousin  of  Francis   (1609). 
(Surrey  Archaeol.  Coll.,  vii.  94.) 
LEIGHE  or  LEE,  PETER.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Caius, 
Feb.  I,  1579-80.  S.  of  Peter,  of  Prestbury,  Cheshire.  Schools, 
Winwick,  Lanes.  (Mr  Alex.  Arrowsmith)  and  Macclesfield 
(Mr  Jo.  Brownsworth).   Succeeded  his  grandfather,  in  1586. 
M.P.  for  Wigan,   1586-7,   1588-9;  for  Co.  Cheshire,   1601. 
Sheriff  for  Cheshire,   1595.    Knighted,  July,    1599.    Of  the 
Ridge,  Cheshire.   Died  at  Lyme,  Disley,  Cheshire,  Feb.   17, 
1 63 5-6.  Buried  at  Wiawick.  Father  of  Piers  ( 1 604-5)  ■  ( Venn,  i . 
105;  Newton,  House  of  Lyme.) 
LEE  or  LEIGH,  PETER.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1607.  Of  Lancashire.  B.A.  1610-1;  M.A.  1614.  One  of  these 
names  R.  of  Boultham,  Lines.,  1619. 
LEIGH,  PETER.  Adm.  sizar  at  Pembroke,  July  2, 1620.  Matric. 
1620.  One  of  these  names  C.  of  Nantwich,  Cheshire,  1627- 
31- 
LEIGH,  PETER.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Jime  23,  1645. 
Of  Cheshire.  Matric.  1645;  B.A.  1647-8;  M.A.  1653.  Minister 
at  Stoak,  Cheshire,  1655-8.   V.  of  St  John's,  Chester,  1658- 
62,  ejected.    Licensed  teacher  at   Knutsford,   1672.    Died 
Jan.  18,  1693-4,  aged  65.   Buried  at  Knutsford.   (E.  Axon.) 


Lee,  Richard 

LEIGH,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  16,  1669,  from 
Oriel,  Oxford.  Matric.  there.  Mar.  13,  1667-8,  age  18.  S.  of 
Edward,  of  Siddington,  Cheshire.  Ord.  deacon  (Chester) 
June  14,  1674;  priest,  Sept.  19,  i675-  I<-  of  Aldford,  Cheshire, 
1678-1728.   Died  Jan.  i,  1727-8,  aged  79.   (E.  Axon.) 

LEGH,  PETER.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  7, 
1727.  2nd  s.  of  Thomas,  Esq.,  of  Lancashire.  B.  at  Hotton 
Moss.  School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1727.  Succeeded  his 
uncle,  Peter,  of  Lyme.  M.P.  for  Newton,  Lanes.,  1743-74- 
Married  Martha,  dau.  of  Thomas  Benet,  of  Salthorp,  Wilts. 
Died  May  20,  1792.  Buried  at  Disley.  M.I.  (Scott-Mayor, 
III.  410;  Newton,  House  of  Lyme;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

LEY,  PHILIP.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
Sept.  4,  1581.  Of  Beaconsfield,  Bucks.  Probably  s.  of  Robert 
of  Beaconsfield.  Bapt.  Sept.  26,  1561.  Matric.  1581.  Died 
when  a  student.  Will  proved  (King's  College  and  P.C.C.) 
1584.  (Lipscomb,  11.  405,  where  the  identification  of  Robert 
of  Beaconsfield  with  the  3rd  s.  of  Sir  Anthony  is  an  error; 
see  also  Geneal.,\.  z^y,  Hunter,  i.  177; //^r.  aniGen.,  in.  485-) 

LEIGH,  PHILIP.  Adm.  at  Trinity,  a  scholar  from  Westminster, 
1620.  Perhaps  s.  of  Robert,  of  Binfield,  Berks.  B.A.  1624-5. 
P.C.  of  Nettleden,  Bucks.,  1647.  V.  of  Redbum,  Herts.,  till 
sequestered.   (Vis.  of  Berks.,  1666;  Gen.,  v.  283.) 

LEIGH,  PIERS.  Resident  at  Magdalene,  c.  1604-5.  S.  of  Sir 
Peter  (1579-80),  of  Lyme.  Of  Bruche,  Lanes.,  Esq.  Married 
Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Savile,  of  Howley,  Yorks.  Died  c. 
1642.  Buried  at  Warrington.  (See  letter  from  him  in  Lady 
Newton's  House  of  Lyme,  79.) 

LEE,  PIERS.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  July  18,  1628. 
S.  of  William,  notary  public,  of  Yorkshire  (whose  wiU,  York, 
1642-3).   Will  of  Piers  Lee,  notary  public,  at  York,  1643-4. 
Brother  of  Edward  (1636).   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
LEGH,  PIERS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  x6)  at  St  John's,  May  9,  1653. 
S.  of  Piers,  gent.,  of  Disley,  Stockport,  Cheshire.   B.  there. 
School,  Chester  (Mr  Greenhalgh).    Matric.  1654.    Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  10,  165^-4.  M.P.  for  Newton,  Lanes.,  1659. 
Fought  at  Winnington  Bndge,  1659.  Of  Bruche,  in  Warring- 
ton parish.  Lanes.,  gent.   Buried  at  Warrington,  June,  1672. 
Father  of  Piers  (1679).   (Newton,  House  of  Lyme.) 
LEGH,  PIERS.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  Mar. 
18,  1679.   S.  of  Piers,  Esq.  (above),  deceased.   B.  at  Bruche, 
Lanes.    School,  Wigan.    Matric.   1680.    Fought  at  Sedge- 
moor,  1685.  Died  Oct.  1685.  Buried  at  Warrington.  (Newton, 
House  of  Lyme.) 
LEIGH,  RALPH.    M.A.  from  King's,  1722.    S.  of  Robert,  of 
Blackrod,  Lanes.    Bapt.  there,  Sept.  8,  1689.    Matric.  from 
Brasenose  CoUege,  Oxford,  Feb.  28,  1709-10,  age  19;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1714.  Subscribed  for  deacon's  orders  (Bristol)  Mar. 
12,  1715-6.    R.  of   Ightham,   Kent,    1725-60.    (Al.  Oxon.; 
E.  Axon.) 
LEE,  REGINALD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  i547- 
LEE,  RICHARD.    Adm.  at  King's  Hall,  1412;  'Bachelor,'  in 
1420.    Resigned,  1424.    Received  tonsure  (Ely)   1412;  ord. 
deacon,  Sept.  19,  1416. 
LEE,  RICHARD.    B.A.   1513-4;  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1517- 

Fellow  of  St  John's,  1516. 
LEE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May,  1554. 
LEE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1606;  B.A. 
(?  1609-10);  M.A.  1613.  Public  preacher  at  Wolverhampton, 
1625.  One  of  these  names  preb.  of  Wolverhampton,  1622-50. 
Died  1650.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1650;  of  Wolverhampton,  clerk. 
(Wm.  Salt  Arch.  Soc,  1915.) 
LEE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Nov.  2,  1629. 
S.  of  William,  merchant,  of  Nantwich,  Cheshire.  B.  there. 
School,  Nantwich.  Matric.  1629;  Scholar,  1632;  B.A.  1633-4; 
M.A.  from  Peterhousc,  1637;  D.D.  1664  (Lt<.  Reg.).  Fellow  of 
Peterhouse,  1636.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  4,  1637.  R.  of 
St  Martin  Orgar,  London,  1643.  R.  of  St  Leonard,  Shore- 
ditch,  1644.  An  ordainer  of  the  ministers  on  the  presbyterian 
model,  1644.  R.  of  Hatfield,  Herts.,  from  1647;  and  again, 
1660-84.  Master  of  Royston  Hospital,  1650.  R.  of  Little 
Gaddesden,  1655;  and  of  Berkhampstead  St  Peter,  1656. 
Chaplain  to  Monck,  Duke  of  Albemarle.  Conformed  after  the 
Restoration.  Died  1684.  Buried  at  Hatfield.  M.I.  there. 
Father  of  Nathaniel  (1665),  Richard  (1678)  and  John  (1679). 
(Venn,  i.  292;  D.N.B..  under  'Nathaniel.') 
LEIGH,  RICHARD.  M.A.  1639  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
John,  of  Enfield,  Staffs  (secondary  of  the  Poultry  Compter, 
London).  B.  in  Buckinghamshire,  probably  at  Enville. 
Matric.  from  Brasenose  College,  Oxford,  Jan.  27,  1631-2, 
age  17;  B.A.  (O.xford)  1635;  M.A.  1638.  (Al.  Oxon.) 
LEE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  28,  1646.  Of 
Northamptonshire.  Matric.  1647.  Migrated  to  Clare, 
Dec.  28,  1647.  B.A.  1649.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Croy- 
land.  Lines.,  1655. 


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LEGH,  RICHARD.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  15)  at  St  John's, 
June  18,  1649.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Cheshire,  D.D.,  R.  of  Sefton 
and  Walton,  Lanes.  B.  May  7,  1634-  School,  Winwick, 
Lanes.  Resided  till  1652.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  23, 
1653,  as  'of  Lyme,  Cheshire,  Esq.'  He  inherited  the  Lyme 
estate  from  his  uncle  Francis,  in  1643.  M.P.  for  Cheshire, 
165&-8,  1659;  for  Newton,  Lanes.,  1660,  1661-78.  Married 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir  Thomas  Chicheley,  of  Wimpole,  Cambs. 
Died  at  Lyme,  Aug.  31,  1687.  Buried  at  Winwick.  Nephew 
of  Piers  (1604-5),  brother  of  Thomas  (1653)  and  father  of 
Richard  (1698).   (Newton,  House  of  Lyme;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

LEE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  31,  1662.  Matric. 
1663. 

LEIGH,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Aug.  18,  1674. 
Matric.  1674. 

LEE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  21)  at  St  John's,  July  1, 
1678.  S.  of  Richard  (1629),  D.D.,  R.  of  Bishop  Hatfield, 
Herts.  B.  there.  School,  Hertford  (Mr  Howard).  Matric. 
1679;  B.A.  1681-2.  Died  in  College.  Buried  at  All  Saints', 
Cambridge,  Jan.  26,  1682-3.  Brother  of  Nathaniel  (1665). 
But  see  D.N.B.  where  he  is  stated  to  have  died  R.  of  Essen- 
don,  Herts.,  in  1725,  aged  70. 

LEIGH,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  7,  1695. 
Of  Lincolnshire.  Matric.  1696;  M.B.  1700.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  22,  1700;  C.  of  Peakirk,  Northants.;  priest. 
May  31,  1702.  R.  of  Wymondham,  Leics.,  1707-38.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1738. 

LEGH,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  July  4, 
1698.  S.  of  Richard  (1649),  deceased,  of  Lyme,  Cheshire. 
School,  Tattenhall  (Mr  Newcomb).  Matric.  1698.  Migrated 
to  Oxford.  Matric.  from  Merton  College,  July  3,  1700.  Captain 
in  the  Horse  Guards.  Of  Little  Walton,  Lanes.  Died  May  5, 
1729.  Buried  at  Disley,  Cheshire.   (Newton,  House  0/ Lym*.) 

LEE,  ROBERT.  M.Gram.  1499-1500.  One  of  these  names  R.  of 
Little  Comard,  Suffolk.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1562. 

LEE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  Fell. -Com.  from  Clare,  Michs.  1552. 
Probably  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Warwick,  Esq.  If  so,  married 
Katherine  Daubenny,  of  Beaconsfield,  Bucks.,  Esq.  One  of 
these  names  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1554;  [perhaps  s.  of 
Sir  Anthony,  of  Burston,  Bucks.  Keeper  of  Hatfield  Chase, 
Yorks.  Will  proved,  June  30,  1598].  Probably  father  of 
Philip  (1581).  {Her.  and  Gen.,  in.  485;  Vis.  of  Berks.,  1623; 
Hunter,  i.  177.) 

LEIGH,  ROBERT.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  John's,  c.  1594. 
Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  Robert,  Lord  Mayor  of  London,  and 
of  Billesley,  Warvvs.  B.  c.  1573.  Knighted,  Jan.  22,  1615-6. 
Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  Thomas  Lowe.  Buried  at  St 
Andrew  Undershaft,  London,  Jan.  22,  1637-8.  One  of  these 
names,  of  Legsby,  Lines.,  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1594. 
{London  and  Middlesex  Notebook;  Vis.  of  Warws.,  1683.) 

LEE,  ROBERT.  B.A.  from  Pembroke,  1604-5;  M.A.  1608. 
Buried  at  St  Botolph,  Cambridge,  Apr.  9,  1610. 

LEE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1606. 
One  Robert  Leigh,  s.  of  Sir  Robert,  of  Chingford,  Essex, 
Knt.,  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  14,  1608. 

LEE,  ROGER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1547.  S.  of 
Gervase.  B.A.  1551-2;  M.A.  1555;  M.D.  1563.  Fellow,  1560. 
Physician  to  the  Earl  of  Shrewsbury.  Practised  as  physician 
at  York.  Inherited  from  the  Conyers  family  (his  father 
married  .Agnes,  dau.  of  Leonard  Conyers)  the  manor  of 
Pinchinthorpe,  Cleveland,  Yorks.,  with  a  large  estate. 
Admon.  (York)  1602.   {Cooper,  n.  165,  547.) 

LEY,  ROGER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1606.  B.  at 
Crewe,  Cheshire.  B.A.  1609-10;  M.A.  1613.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Apr.  11,  1614;  priest  (London)  May  31,  1618,  age  24. 
C.  of  St  Leonard,  Shoreditch.  Probably  C.  of  Moulton, 
Northants.,  1619.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Thomas  Norman, 
of  St  Botolph,  Bishopsgate  Street,  Feb.  19,  1621-2.  {D.N.B.; 
under  '  Paul  Best.') 

LEE,  ROGER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  26,  1649.  Probably 
s.  of  William,  of  Pinchinthorpe,  Yorks.;  age  33  in  1665. 
Matric.  1649.  Of  Pinchinthorpe,  Yorks.,  Esq.  Married  Mary, 
dau.  of  John  Turner,  of  Welham,  Yorks.  Buried  at  Guis- 
borough.  Will  (York)  1718-9.  {Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665;  Graves, 
Cleveland,  434.) 

LEE,  ROWLAND.  Of  St  Nicholas'  Hostel,  and  possibly  of 
King's  Hall.  S.  of  William,  of  Morpeth,  Northumberland. 
B.Civ.L.  1510;  D.Can.L.  1519-20.  Admitted  advocate,  1520. 
Perhaps  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1524.  R.  of  Banham,  Norfolk, 
1520-33.  R.  of  Ashdon,  Essex,  1523-33.  R.  of  Fenny 
Compton,  War^vs.,  1526-33.  Chancellor  of  the  diocese,  and 
preb.  of  Lichfield,  1527-34.  Archdeacon  of  Cornwall,  1528- 
34.  Employed  imder  Wolsey  in  the  suppression  of  the 
monasteries,  1528-9.  Royal  Chaplain  and  Master  in  Chancery, 
1532.  V.  of  St  Sepulchre,  London,  Aug.-Dec,  1532.  Bishop 
of   Coventry   and   Lichfield,    1534-43.    Lord    President   of 

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Lee,  Thomas 

Wales,  1535-43.  Died  Jan.  24,  1542-3.  Buried  in  St  Chad's 

Church,    Shrewsbury.     Will    (P.C.C).     Brother   of    George 

(1529-30).    {Cooper,  i.8j;  D.N.B.) 
LEIGH,  ROWLAND.    Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1561; 

B.A.  1562-3.    One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn, 

June  7,  1563. 
LEE,  ST  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  31, 

1654.    S.  of  Sir  John,  of  Bury  St  Edmunds.    B.  at  Milton, 

Northants.  (his  mother's  home).  School,  Bury  (Mr  Stephens). 

Matric.   1654.    Probably  died  before  1671.    {Peile,  1.  559; 

Bury  Sch.  Register.) 

LEE,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1618. 

LEIGH,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1622; 
B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  Probably  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1637; 
as  of  Queens'.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Houghton  Conquest, 
Beds.,  1662-74.   Buried  Jime  4,  1674.   (W.  M.  Noble.) 

LEA,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1644,  from 
Edinburgh;  adm.  there,  Oct.  11,  1643.   Of  Middlesex. 

LEE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Sept.  29, 
1660,  from  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford,  where  he  had  been  adm. 
July  20,  1659  (not  in  Al.  Oxon.).  S.  of  Richard,  clerk,  of 
Middlesex.  B.  there.  School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1660; 
B.A.  1664-5. 

LEIGH,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  22, 
1669.  S.  of  Ralph.  B.  at  Westwood,  Staffs.  School,  Wirks- 
worth  (Mr  Crosedale).   Matric.  1669. 

LEA,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Aug.  23,  1680. 
Of  Staffordshire.  Matric.  1681;  B.A.  1684-5;  M.A.  1688. 
Fellow,  1686.  Junior  Proctor,  1691-2.  V.  of  Nether  Stowey, 
Somerset,  1697-1716.  Died  1716.  Father  of  Samuel  (1728). 

LEA,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  May  1,  1706.  Of  Stafford- 
shire. Matric.  1707;  Scholar,  1707;  B.A.  1709-10;  M.A.  1725. 
R.  of  BucknaU,  Staffs.,  c.  1718-73.  Perhaps  Head  Master  of 
Ne^vport  Grammar  School,  1728-73.  Died  Jan.  4,  1773. 
(A.  Gray.) 

LEIGH,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Oct.  13,  1708. 
S.  of  Edward,  of  Lincoln,  doctor.  B.  there.  Matric.  from 
Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford,  Dec.  14,  1704.  M.B.  1710.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  May  26,  171 1;  C.  of  RyhaU,  Rutland.  {Al. 
Oxon.) 

LEE,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1709. 

LEY,  SAMUEL.  M.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1727.  S.  of  Samuel, 
R.  of  Flyford  Flavell,  Worcs.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  Hall, 
Oxford, Oct.  10, 1707, age  17; B.A. (Oxford)  1711.  {Al.Oxon.) 

LEA,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  May  24,  1728. 
S.  of  Samuel  (1680),  clerk,  deceased.  B.  at  Nether  Stowey, 
Somerset.  Schools,  Taunton  and  Crewkeme  (Mr  Smith). 
Matric.  1728.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  July  31,  1729. 
Will  of  one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.)  1761;  of  Bridgewater, 
Somerset,  clerk. 

LEE,  SIMON.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  30, 1620.  S.  of 
Simon,  wooUendraper,  of  Long  Melford,  Suffolk.  School, 
Melford  (Mr  Bourne).  Matric.  1620;  B.A.  1624-5.  One  of 
these  names  R.  of  Frinton,  Essex,  1629-39.  Died  1639, 
{Venn,  1.  251.) 

LEE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  (age  19)  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
Aug.  16,  1509.  Of  Chichester.  B.A.  1513-4;  M.A.  1517. 
Fellow  till  1519.  Ord.  sub-deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  22,  1515; 
priest,  Mar.  8,  1515-6. 

LEE,  THOMAS.   B.A.  from  Christ's,  15 13-4;  M.A.  1515. 

LEGH,  THOMAS.  B.Civ.L.  1526-7;  D.Civ.L.  1531.  An  advocate. 
Ambassador  to  the  King  of  Denmark,  1532-5.  Employed  on 
other  embassies.  Master  of  Sherbum  Hospital,  Durham, 
1535-45-  Master  in  Chancery,  1537.  Knighted.  Much  em- 
ployed in  the  suppression  of  the  monasteries,  1538-40.  M.P. 
for  Windsor,  1545.  Died  Nov.  25,  1545.  Buried  in  St  Leonard's, 
Shoreditch.  Kinsman  of  Rowland  (1510).  (Cooper,  i.  87, 
who  identifies  him  with  Thomas,  of  King's  (1509);  D.N.B.) 

LEE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
Aug.  23,  1537.  Of  Bumham,  Bucks.  B.A.  1541-2.  Fellow, 
1540-4. 

LEIGH,  THOMAS.   B.A.  1562-3. 

LEE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1564-5- 
Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  East  Claydon  and  Moreton, 
Bucks.  Probably  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1567.  Knt. 
Married  Eleanor,  dau.  of  Michael  Hampden,  1570.  Buried 
at  Dinton,  Bucks.,  Jan.  27,  1626.   {Lipscomb,  1.  163.) 

LEE,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1571. 

LEA,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs.  1585. 

LEE,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1587. 

LEIGH,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Aug.  15,  1587.  Of 
Cheshire.  One  of  these  names,  of  Lyme,  Cheshire,  adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  28,  1584. 


Lee,  Thomas 

LEIGH,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1614; 
B.A.  1617-8;  M.A.  1621.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  11, 
1620;  priest  (London)  1626,  age  26.  Schoolmaster  at  Bishop's 
Stort'ford,  1621-66  (?).  Formed  a  valuable  library  at  his 
school.  Married  Susan,  dau.  of  Thomas  Bendish,  of  Barring- 
ton.  VViU,  P.C.C.  Father  of  WUliam  (1649),  Thomas  (1650), 
James  (i66o-i)  and  John  {1672).   {Peile,  1.  298.) 

LEIGH,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  i,  1620. 
S.  of  Robert.  B.  at  Chelmsford.  School,  Eton.  Matric.  1620. 

LEE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1632.  Of 
Suffolk.  B..\.  1636-7;  M.A.  1640.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1637. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Little  Cressingham,  Suffolk,  1644;  or  R.  of 
Newton  by  Wisbech,  Cambs.,  1O63,  and  V.  of  Dorking, 
Surrey;  if  so,  father  of  Thomas  (1661). 

LEIGH,  LYE  or  LEE,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  Emmanuel,  1646 
(Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Chard,  Somerset. 
Matric.  from  Wadham  College,  Nov.  4,  1636,  age  15;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1641.  Incorp.  M.A.  at  Oxford,  1649.  B.D.  1664. 
Minister  of  Chard,  Somerset.  R.  of  All  Hallows,  Lombard 
Street,  1658;  ejected,  1662.  Author  of  educational  works  for 
children.  Subscribed  to  the  New  Chapel  at  Emmanuel.  Died 
at  Bethnal  Green,  June  7,  1684.   (D.N.B.) 

LEIGH,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Christ's,  Sept.  6, 
1647.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Brcreton,  Cheshire.  School, 
Knutsford  (Mr  Crosedale).  Buried  at  Gt  St  Andrew's, 
Cambridge,  1647-8.   (Peile,  1.  516.) 

LEIGH,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  June  i, 
1650.  S.  of  Thomas  (1614),  schoolmaster,  of  Bishop's  Stort- 
ford.  B.  there.  School,  Bishop's Stortford.  Matric.  1650;  B.A. 
1653-4;  M.A.  1657;  B.D.  1664.  Fellow  of  Emmanuel,  1657- 
65(?).  R. (sinecure) of Glendon.Northants.,  1666-86.  V.ofSt 
Michael,  Bishop's  Stortford,  1680-6.  Master  of  the  Grammar 
School,  tiU  1686.  Died  1686.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1686.  Brother  of 
WiUiam  (1649),  etc.    (Peile,  i.  535.) 

LEGH,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  9, 
1653.  S.  of  Thomas,  D.D.,  R.  of  Walton,  Lanes.  B.  there. 
School,  Chester  (Mr  Greenhalgh).  Died  Sept.  2,  1697.  Buried 
at  Macclesfield.  Brother  of  Richard  (1649). 

LEA,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  June  16, 
1661.  S.  of  Thomas  (?  1632),  clerk,  of  Newton,  Isle  of  Ely. 
School,  Wisbech.  Matric.  1661;  B.A.  1664-5;  M.A.  i668. 
Fellow,  1668.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1674.  One  of  these  names 
succeeded  his  father  as  V.  of  Dorking,  Surrey,  1668-1705. 
Died  1705.   (Manning  and  Bray,  i.  592.) 

LEA,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1663  (Incorp.  from  Trinity  College, 
Dublin). 

LEE,  THOMAS.  .\dm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Jan.  7, 
1666-7.  S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  London.  B.  there.  School,  St 
Paul's.  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1670-1.  Buried  at  All  Saints', 
Cambridge,  Jan.  26,  1672-3.  Perhaps  brother  of  George 
(1652). 

LEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  17,  1671. 
S.  of  John,  of  Tawstock,  Devon.  Bapt.  there,  Oct.  8,  1654. 
School,  Tawstock  (Mr  Hooper).  Matric.  1671;  Scholar,  1671; 
B.A.  1674-5;  M.A.  1678.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1678.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Mar.  11,  1676-7;  priest  (Exeter)  Sept.  1677. 
C.  of  Crediton,  Devon,  1679;  V.  1689-1 721.  R.  of  Poltimore, 
till  1721.  Author,  rebgious.  Died  Mar.  16,  1720-1.  M.I.  at 
Crediton.   Will  proved  (Exeter)  1721.   (Kenn,  i.  443.) 

LEE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  June  6,  1672. 
S.  of  Henry.  B.  at  Burton-on-Trent.  School,  Ashby-de-la- 
Zouch  (Mr  Shaw).  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1675-6.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lichfield)  Sept.  1677.   (PeiU,  11.  44.) 

LEIGH,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1672  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
John,  of  Stonedall,  Essex,  gent.  Matric.  from  Magdalen 
College,  Oxford,  Nov.  14,  1661,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1665; 
M.A.  1667-8.  Fellow  of  Magdalen  College,  1670-4.  Perhaps 
R.  of  White  Roothing,  Essex,  1680-5.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

LEIGH,  THOMAS  (senior).   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  24, 

1691.  Of  Cheshire.  Matric.  1693;  B.A.  1694-5.  One  of  these 
names,  B.A.,  ord.  priest  (Chester)  Dec.  21,  1695,  C.  of 
Warmingham,  Cheshire.  C.  of  Newchurch,  in  Rossendale, 
Lanes.,  1695-1720.  R.  of  Hoole,  1701.  Perhaps  admon. 
(Chester)  1720.    (E.  Axon.) 

LEIGH,  THOMAS  (junior).  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  .^pr.  4, 

1692.  Of  Staffordshire.   Matric.  1693;  B.A.  1695-6. 
LEIGH,  THOMAS.    M.A.   1707  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).    S.  of 

George,  of  Leigh,  Lanes.,  gent.  Matric.  from  Brasenose 
College,  Oxford,  Apr.  14,  1698,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1701; 
M.A.  1704.  Fellow  of  Brasenose.  R.  of  Stoke  Brueme, 
Northants.,  1719-51.  Died  Aug.  31,  1751,  aged  70.  Buried 
Sept.  5.  M.I.  at  Stoke  Brueme;  Will  (Archd.  Northants.) 
1751.  (Al.  Oxon.;  Baker,  11.  245.) 
LEIGH,  THOMAS.  .\dm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Aug.  i, 
1707.  S.  of  William,  of  Tooley  Street,  Surrey.  School,  St 
Paul's. 


Lee,  William 

LEY,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1737  (Lii.  Reg.). 
S.  of  Jeremiah,  of  Tavistock,  Devon,  gent.  Matric.  from 
Exeter  College,  Oxford,  Apr.  17,  1719,  age  17;  B.A.  (Trinity, 
Oxford)  1723.    (Al.  Oxon.) 

LEE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  July  5, 
1742.  S.  of  Peter,  of  Montserrat,  West  Indies.  School, 
Fulham,  London  (Mr  Croft).  Matric.  1742.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Jan.  22,  1742-3. 

LEE,  TIMOTHY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Dec.  6,  1732. 
S.  of  William,  of  Pontefract,  Yorks.  School,  Westminster. 
Matric.  1733;  Scholar,  1733;  B.A.  1736-7;  M.A.  1740;  D-D- 
1752.  College  librarian,  1740.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1741.  Ord. 
deacon  (LincoUi)  Sept.  19,  1736;  priest  (Norwich)  May,  1741. 
V.  of  Pontefract,  Yorks.,  1742-4.  V.  of  Felkirk,  1743-77. 
R.  of  Ackworth,  1744-77.  Married  Penelope,  dau.  of  Sir 
William  Chester,  of  Chicheley,  Knt.  Died  Apr.  19,  1777. 
(F.M.G.,  828;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LEE,  W.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1565. 

LEE,  WEYMAN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1699. 
S.  of  Henry  (i66i).  B.  at  Tichmarsh,  Northants.,  Oct.  14, 
1681.  Matric.  Michs.  1700;  B.A.  1704-5;  M.A.  1708.  Fellow, 
1703.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov.  6,  1703.  Barrister-at- 
Law,  Lincoln's  Inn.  Author,  legal.  Died  Nov.  12,  1765. 
(G.  Mag.) 

LEE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  May  25,  1570.  S.  of 
Thomas  and  Ann.  B.  at  Batley,  Yorks.,  1550.  Matric.  1570; 
B.A.  1573-4;  M.A.  1577.  V.  of  Stapleford,  Cambs.,  1574- 
1617.  Founder  of  the  Batley  Grammar  School,  1613.  Buried 
at  Stapleford,  Jan.  30,  1617-8.   M.I.   WiU,  P.C.C. 

LEE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter,  1575. 

LEE  or  LEIGHE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  P4ay, 
1579.  Of  Nottinghamshire,  perhaps  of  Woodborough. 
Migrated  to  St  John's.  B.A.  1582-3.  Probably  C.  of  Calver- 
ton,  Notts.,  c.  1589.  Invented  the  stocking  loom,  1589. 
Practised  the  art  at  Calverton,  and  later  at  BunhiU  Fields. 
His  invention  discouraged  by  Elizabeth  and  James  I.  Settled 
at  Rouen  by  invitation  of  Henry  IV.  Died  at  Paris,  c.  1610. 
(Peile,  I.  154;  D.N.B.;  Cooper,  iii.  37,  loi.) 

LEE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1598;  B.A. 
1601-2. 

LEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Caius,  July  20,  1600. 
S.  of  Christopher.  B.  at  Bishop's  Tawton,  Devon.  School, 
Knowstone  (Mr  Berie).  B.A.  1603-4;  M.A.  1607.  Probably 
R.  of  Clayhidon,  Devon.  Will  (Exeter)  1634.   (Venn,  i.  173.) 

LEE,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1616. 

LEIGH,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1616; 

B.A.  1619-20;  M.A.  1623.    Will  (Comm.  C.  Essex)  1636,  of 

one  of  these  names;  M.A.,  schoolmaster  of  Newport,  Essex. 
LEIGH,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1617 

(perhaps  the  above). 
LEE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1618.  OfCambridge- 

shire. 
LEIGH,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1619; 

B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.   One  of  these  names  R.  of  Groton, 

Suffolk,  1640;  minister  in  the  Clussis;  ejected,  1662.    Died 

soon  after.   Perhaps  father  of  John  (1645).   (Peile,  i.  330.) 
LEE,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1622.   Of 

Huntingdonshire.   B.A.  1625-6;  M..^.  1629.    R.  of  Fletton, 

Hunts.,  1635-52.   Father  of  Henry  (1661). 
LEIGH,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  July 

18,  1637.  S.  of  Sir  Francis  (1609),  of  Addington,  Knt.  Bapt. 

there,  Nov.  20,  1620.  Schools,  Eton  and  Newport  (Mr  Leigh). 

Matric.   1637.    Married  Lydia,  dau.  of  Thomas  Overman. 

Died  before  1660.    (Peile,  i.  449;  Surrey  Archaeol.  Coll.,  vn. 

101.) 
LEIGH,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May  15, 

1649.   Eldest  s.  of  Thomas  (1614),  schoolmaster,  of  Bishop's 

Stortford.   B.  there.   School,  Stortford.    Matric.  1649;  B.A. 

1652-3;  M..A.  1656.    Fellow,  1654.    Proctor  (elect)  1662-3. 

Died  July  31,  1662.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1650),  John  (1672) 

and  James  (1660-1).    (Peile,  1.  526.) 
LEY,  WILLIAM.   M.A.  1669  (Lit.  Reg.);  'clerk,  literate.' 
LEE,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  28, 

1673.  S.  of  Thomas,  deceased,  of  Sheffield,  Yorks.  B.  there. 

School,  Sheffield.   Matric.  1693. 
LEIGH  or  LEAY,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's, 

May  22,  1678.  Of  Warwickshire.  Matric.  1678;  B.A.  1681-2. 
LEIGH,  WILLIAM.    M.A.  1705  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).    S.  of 

John,   of  Wootton   Glanville,   Dorset,  gent.    Matric.   from 

Queen's,  Oxford,  Feb.  27,   1693-4,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford) 

1697;  M.A.  1700;  D.D.  1718.  Ord.  deacon  (Oxford)  May  26, 

1700;  priest  (London)  Mar.  16,  1700-1.    R.  of  Holy  Trinity, 

Dorchester,   1707-52.    R.  of  Lytchet   Matravers,  1720-52. 

Will  (P.C.C.)  1752.   (Al.  Oxon.) 


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Lee,  William 

LEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  July  2,  1739-  S.  of 
Samuel,  of  Croydon,  Surrey,  clerk.  B.  there.  Matric.  1739. 
Migrated  to  Oxford.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  Hall,  May  6, 
1741-2,  age  19;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1743.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

LEE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  July  5,  1743.  Of 
Helmsley,  Yorks.  Matric.  1743;  Scholar,  1746;  B.A.  1746-7. 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  1747-8;  priest,  Mar.  1749-50. 
One  of  these  names,  clerk,  buried  at  Heighington,  Durham, 
Jan.  3,  1800.   WiU,  P.C.C. 

LEE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Clare,  Jan.  16,  1743-4- 
S.  of  Sir  wmiam.  Chief  Justice,  K.B.  B.  at  Bury,  Suffolk. 
Matric.  1743-4;  M.A.  1748.  Of  Totteridge  Park,  Herts. 
Married  Philadelphia,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Dyke,  Bart.  Died 
1778.    (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 

LEE,  WOULFRID.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's,  Jan. 
1581-2.  Probably  s.  of  William,  of  Brandon,  Durham. 
(Peile,  I.  108.) 

LEE, .  B.Can.L.  1470-1. 

B.A.  1482-3; M.A.  1485. 

B.Civ.L.  1509-10. 

.  Adm.  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  11,  1562;  probably 

sizar. 
LEIGH,  .    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity  Hall,  Oct.  24,  1713. 

(Name  off,  Dec.  1714.) 
LEGH,  .   Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity  Hall,  Feb.  17,  1715-6. 

(Name  off  Mar.  9  following.) 
LEE, .   .\dm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity  Hall,  May  21,  1739. 

(Name  off,  1740.) 
LEECH,  BENJAMIN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1607. 

B.  at  Halifax.   B.A.  1610-1;  M.A.  1614.   Incorp.  at  Oxford, 

i6ii.   Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  1614;  priest  (London)  June, 

1615,  age  25.   R.  of  St  Lawrence,  Newland,  Essex.   Admon. 

(Cons.  C.  London)  Feb.  16,  1638-9.    Perhaps  father  of  the 

next.    {Peile,  1.  264.) 

LEECH,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  18, 
1632.  S.  of  Benjamin  (?  above).  B.  at  Maldon,  Essex.  School, 
Maldon.   Matric.  1632;  B..\.  1635-6;  M.A.  1639. 

LEECH,  DANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Aug.  5,  1669.  Of 
Lancashire.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Ashton-under-Lyne.  Master  of 
Stockport  (Grammar  School,  1668;  dismissed  next  year. 
Master  of  Glossop,  1670.  P.C.  of  Horbury,  Yorks.,  during 
1673.  Assistant  minister  at  Sheffield,  1673-8.  C.  of  Atter- 
cliffe,  1673-1708.  Died  1708.  (Earuiaker,  i.  418;  A. 
Gray.) 

LECHE,  EDWARD.  .\dm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  20)  at  Sidney,  Jan. 
31,  1672-3.  ist  s.  of  Sir  William,  Knt.  B.  in  Queen  Street, 
London.  School,  Eltham,  Kent  (private;  Mr  Trenchfield). 

LEECH,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  26, 
1670.  S.  of  Francis,  deceased,  of  Woodlath  (?  WoodhaU), 
Yorks.  B.  there.  School,  Wrexham.   Matric.  1670. 

LEECH,    FRANCIS.     M.A.    1675    {Lit.    Reg.).      (Perhaps    the 

above.) 
LEACH,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Sept.  26,  1620. 

S.   of   William,   husbandman,   of  Cambridgeshire.    Matric. 

1620;  Scholar,  1621-8;  B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628. 

LEACH,  HUMPHREY.  B.A.  from  Queens',  1592-3;  M.A.  from 
Emmanuel,  1596.  Of  Salop.  School,  Shrewsbury.  B.  at 
Drayton-in-Hales,  Salop.  Matric.  from  Brasenose  College, 
Oxford,  Nov.  13,  1590,  age  19.  Incorp.  at  Oxford  as  M.A. 
1602.  V.  of  St  Alkmund's,  Shrewsbury.  Chaplain  of  Christ 
Church,  Oxford.  Joined  the  Jesuit  Society  at  Rome,  1618. 
Missioner  in  England,  1622-9.  Author,  theological.  Died  in 
Cheshire,  July  18,  1629,  aged  58.  {Al.  Oxon.;  Records  S.J., 
I.  642;  D.N.B.) 

LEECH,  JEREMY.  Matric.  from  Christ's,  1597-8.  S.  of  John. 
B.  in  Soper  Lane,  London.  Bapt.  at  St  Pancras,  Soper  Lane, 
London,  Apr.  17,  1580.  B.A.  1600-1;  M..'\.  1604.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Mar.  1604;  priest,  Dec.  1609.  R.  of  Dunton, 
Bucks.,  1609.  Chaplain  to  Lord  Knevet.  R.  of  St  Mary-le- 
Bow,  1617-44.  Died  June  17,  1644.  Father  of  Thomas 
(1626).    {Peile,  I.  224;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LECHE,  JOHN.  Incorp.  as  M.A.  1490-1.  S.  of  Denys  and 
Elizabeth.  Perhaps  scholar  of  Winchester,  1445.  V.  of 
Saffron  Wsdden,  Essex,  1489-1521.  R.  of  Copford,  1499.  R. 
of  Little  Chesterford,  1499-1521.  Founder  of  the  Grammar 
School,  and  the  Guild  of  the  Holy  Trinity,  Saffron  Walden. 
Aided  in  rebuilding  the  parish  church.  Died  Nov.  8,  1521. 
M.I.  at  Walden.  Benefactor  to  the  parish  of  Saffron  Walden. 
(G.  M.  Benton.) 

LEECH,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  May,  1561.  One 
of  these  names  ord.  priest  (Ely)  Dec.  19,  1563.  Possibly 
father  of  Jeremy  (1597-8);  and  the  'minister'  buried  at  St 
Mary  le-Bow,  Sept.  14,  1624.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 


Leech,  Richard 

LEECH,  JOHN.  Adm.  (age  20)  at  Caius,  Apr.  20,  1563.  S.  of 
William,  of  Thorpe  Malsor,  Northants.  School,  Norwich. 
Migrated  to  Christ's.  Matric.  1563;  B.A.  1566-7;  M.A.  1570. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1577.  Perhaps  V.  of  (moiety  of)  Patti- 
shall,  Northants.,  1573-7-   {PeiU,  i.  79;  Venn,  i.  51.) 

LEECHE,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1583. 

LEACH,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1587.   B.  at 

Rochdale.    Probably  B.A.,  as  'Leathe,'  1590-1;  M.A.  1595. 

Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  1595,  age  26.    C.  of  Epping, 

Essex. 
LEECH,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1624; 

B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  30; 

priest.  May  31,  1629. 

LEECH,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  14 , 
1662.  S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Hawarden,  Flints.  B.  there. 
School,  Wrexham  (Mr  Lewis).  Matric.  1662.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  July  21,  1664.  Succeeded  his  father  at  Garden,  Cheshire. 
Married,  Sept.  23,  1674,  Grace,  dau.  of  Hugh  Currer,  of 
Kildwick,  Yorks.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1664)  and  father  of 
John  (1694).   (Burke,  L.G.;  Ormerod,  11.  385.) 

LEACH,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  May  23,  1668. 
S.  of  Robert,  yeoman,  of  Baildon,  Yorks.  B.  there.  School, 
Baildon.  Matric.  1668;  B.A.  1671-2.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Sept.  1672;  priest.  May,  1673.  One  of  these  names  V.  of 
Darton,  Yorks.,  1703-46.  Died  July  22,  1746.  (M.  H. 
Peacock.) 

LEACH,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  .^pr.  26,  1688. 
S.  of  John,  scrivener.  B.  at  Staines,  Middlesex.  School, 
Staines  (private;  Mr  Rate).   Matric.  1688. 

LECHE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Sept.  g,  1694. 
S.  of  John  (1662),  gent.  B.  at  Hawarden,  Flints.  School, 
Wrexham  (Mr  Stodart).  Matric.  1695.  High  Sheriff  of 
Cheshire,  1719.  Of  Garden,  Cheshire.  Married  Sarah,  dau. 
of  Thomas  Hargrave,  of  Helsby.   (Burke,  L.G.) 

LEACH,  JOHN.  .\dm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  6,  1709. 
S.  of  Samuel  (1676),  clerk.  B.  at  Upper  Stondon,  Beds.  Bapt. 
Dec.  16,  1692.  School,  King's,  Cambridge  (Mr  Cole).  Matric. 
1709;  B.A.  1716-7.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  27,  1716; 
priest,  Dec.  24,  1721.  R.  of  Upper  Stondon,  Beds.,  1721. 
Brother  of  Thomas  (1709)  and  Laurence  (1705),  father  of 
John  (1748). 

LEACH,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  June  20,  1722. 
S.  of  John,  customs  officer,  of  Tiverton,  Devon.  B.  at 
Wellington,  Somerset.  School,  Tiverton.  Matric.  1722;  B.A. 
1725-6;  M.A.  1731. 

LEECH,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  June  2,  1737. 
Of  Ashton-under-Lyne,  Lanes.  Matric.  1737;  B.A.  1740-1; 
M.A.  1744.  P.C.  of  St  James',  Birch,  Lanes.,  1742-6.  One 
of  these  names  preb.  of  Lichfield,  1749-77. 

LEACH,  JOHN.   Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1737.    Of  Norwich. 

Matric.  Lent,  1738;  LL.B.  1743.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  May, 

1744- 
LEACH,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  June  14,  1748. 

S.  of  John  (1709),  R.  of  Upper  Stondon,  Beds.   Educated  at 

home.  Matric.  1748. 

LEACH,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  June  13,  1750. 
S.  of  John,  schoolmaster,  of  Crediton,  Devon.  B.  there. 
Schoolj  Crediton.  Matric.  1750-1;  B.A.  1754.  Probably  R.  of 
Lytchet  Matravers,  Dorset,  1753-91.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1791- 

LEECH,  LAURENCE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Sept. 
15,  1705.  S.  of  Samuel  (1676),  R.  of  Stondon,  Beds.  B.  there. 
School,  King's,  Cambridge.  Matric.  1705-6;  B.A.  apparently 
not  recorded;  M.A.  from  King's,  1725.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
May  27,  1711  (B.A.);  priest  (Lincoln)  Oct.  28,  1714-  Chaplain 
at  King's,  1725.  Brother  of  John  (1709)  and  Thomas  (1709). 

LEACH  or  LACHE,  NICHOLAS.   B.A.  1533-4- 

LEACHE,  RICHARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1576.   Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Nov.  1577,  age  23.    Perhaps  R.  of 

Gt  Pamdon,  Essex,  1588-1603.   Admon.  (Cons.  C.  London) 

June  6,  1603. 
LEACH,    RICHARD.    Adm.   sizar  at  Clare,   Apr.    15,    1664. 

Matric.  1664;  B..\.  1667-8;  U.A.  1671;  D.D.  1691.    Fellow. 

Taxor,   1677.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,   1675.    Ord.  priest  (Ely) 

Sept.  24,  1671.    Perhaps  R.  of  St  Peter-le-Poer,  London, 

1691-1704.    Died  1704.    Will,  P.C.C.    {Al.  Oxon.  confounds 

him  with  the  next.) 
LEACH,  RICHARD.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  June 

28,  1670.    S.  of  John,  of  Fulletby,  Lines.    School,  Alford. 

Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4.    Ord.  priest  (London)  Mar.  11, 

1676-7.    R.  of  Winceby,  Lines.,  1676-1718.    R.  of  Driby, 

1680-1718. 
LEACH,  RICHARD.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Nov.  11,  1708. 

B.  in  London.   B.A.  1712-3. 


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LEACH,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i8)  at  St  John's,  May  27, 
1720  S.  of  Robert,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at  Micklethwaite,  near 
Bingley.  School,  Micklethwaite  (Mr  Ellison).  Matnc.  1720; 
B  A  1723-4.  Ord.  deacon  {Litt.  dim.  from  York)  Feb.  1732- 
3;  priest  (York)  Aug.  5.  i733-  C.  of  Addingham,  Yorks. 

LEACH,  ROBERT.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1611-2;  M.A.  from 
Clare,  1615.  Fellow  of  Clare.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1613.  V.  of 
Abbotsham,  Devon,  161 5. 

LECHE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity,  Sept.  2,  1652. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Sir  Edward,  Knt.,  Master  in  Chancery,  deceased; 
adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  27,  1653. 

LEECH,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1629; 
B.A. 1632-3;  M.A.  1636. 

LEECH,  SAMUEL.  LL.D.  1660  (Incorp.  from  ,\ngers).  One  of 
these  names,  of  Brentwood,  Essex,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov. 
28,  1657. 

LEACH,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1676; 
B.A.  1677-8;  M.A.  1681.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  21, 
1679;  priest  (Chester)  June  14,  1690.  R.  of  Upper  Stondon, 
Beds.,  1681.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  EcclesaU,  Sheffield, 
1689-94.  Father  of  Thomas  (1709),  Laurence  (1705)  and 
John  (1709). 

LEECH,  SILVESTER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
i6i8.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  9,  1627-8;  priest,  June  8, 
1628.  R.  of  Swinhope,  Lines.,  1641.  Father  of  the  next. 

LEECH,  SILVESTER.   Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  July  4. 

1667.  S.  of  Silvester  (above).  B.  at  Swinhope,  Lines.  School, 

Castor.  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1670-1;  M.A.  1674.  Ord.  deacon 

(Lincoln)  Sept.  24,  1671;  priest,  May  25,  1673-  V.  of  Ewerby, 

Lines.,  1677. 
LEACH,  THOMAS.    B.A.  1563-4.    Of  Huntingdonshire.    M.A. 

from  St  John's,  1567;  B.D.  1574-5-    Fellow  of  St  John's, 

1566.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Dec.  21,  1569,  age  26.  V.  of  Histon, 

Cambs.,  1569-70.   University  preacher,  1572. 
LEACH  or  LIECHE,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens', 

Easter,  1618.  Of  Norfolk.  Buried  at  St  Botolph's,  Cambridge, 

Aug.  25,  1620. 
LEECH,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  May  i,  1626.  S.  of 

Jeremy    (1597-8).     B.    in    London.     School,    London    (Mr 

Famaby).   Matric.  1626;  B.A.  1629-30;  M.A.  1633. 
LEECH,  THOMAS.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  8,  1629-30. 

Of  Norfolk.  Matric.  1629-30;  B.A.  1633-4;  M.A.  1637.  Ord. 

priest  (Peterb.)  Feb.  18,  1637-8. 
LEACH,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  25,  1661.  Matric. 

1661;  B.A.  1664-5;  M.A.  1668.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincohi)  July 

22,  1668.   Perhaps  V.  of  Milton  Ernest,  Beds.,  1668-75. 
LECHE,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  June  29, 

1664.   3rd  s.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Garden  in  Tilston,  Cheshire. 

B.  there.  School,  Wrexham  (Mr  Lewis).   Matric.  1664;  B.A. 
1667-8;  M.A.  1671;  B.D.  1678.   Fellow,  1668-1717,  ejected 

as  non-juror.   Taxor,  1676.    Perhaps  V.  of  Foxton,  Cambs., 
1682.   Brother  of  John  (1662).   (Burke,  L.G.) 

LEACH,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  6, 
1709.  S.  of  Samuel  (1676),  clerk.  B.  at  Upper  Stondon, 
Beds.  Bapt.  Mar.  12,  1 690-1.  School,  King's,  Cambridge 
(Mr  Cole).  Matric.  1709;  B.A.  1714-5.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Mar.  17, 1714-5 ;  priest,  Feb.  26,  1715-6.  Perhaps  will  proved 
(V.C.C.)  1716;  C.  of  Foxton,  Cambs.  Brother  of  John  (1709) 
and  Laurence  (1705). 

LEECH,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Trinity  Hall, 
Easter,  1544;  LL.B.  1544-5.  Fellow,  till  1569.  V.  of  Barton, 
Cambs.,  1557.   R.  of  St  Mary,  Stoke,  Ipswich,  1557-9. 

LEACH,  WILLIAM.  Of  Corpus  Christi,  1552.  A  native  of 
Scotland.  A  fugitive  at  Spires,  under  Mary.  Afterwards  in 
Ireland.  Preb.  of  St  Patrick's,  Dublin,  1567.  V.  of  Dunsoghlin 
and  Donochmaste,  Meath.   Died  1572.   (Cooler,  i.  311.) 

LEACHE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1580; 
B.A.  1584-5.  One  of  these  names,  of  Gresthorpe,  Notts.,  adm. 
at  the  Inner  Temple,  1586. 

LEECHE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Michs. 
1621;  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629;  B.D.  1636.  Fellow,  till  1644, 
ejected. 

LEACH,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1692,  from 
Trinity  Hall.  Of  Middlesex.  Matric.  Easter,  1693;  B.A. 
1695-6.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  28,  1696-7;  priest,  June 
4,  1699.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Melboum,  Cambs.,  1700. 
V.  of  East  Dereham,  Norfolk,  1716. 

LEECH,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1732.  Of 
Norfolk.  Matric.  1732-3;  B.A.  1735-6;  M.A.  1749.  Prob- 
ably ord.  priest  (Norwich)  July  15,  1739.  R.  of  Intwood, 
with  Keswick,  Norfolk,  1743-89.  Preb.  of  Norwich,  1781-9. 
Died  Dec.  4,  1789,  aged  76.   {E.  Mag.) 


Leeds,  John 

LEACH,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  May  29,  1733- 
S.  of  John,  of  Wendling,  Norfolk,  clerk.    B.  at  Fransham. 

Schools,  Bexwell  (private;  Mr  Foster)  and  Lynn  (Mr  Squire). 

Scholar,  1733-7;  Matric.  1734;  B.A.  1736-7-    Ord.  deacon 

(Lincoln)  Dec.  19,  1736,  as  C.  of  Sausthorpe,  Lines.   Perhaps 

will  proved  (Norwich  C.C.)  1741-   (Venn,  u.  37.) 

LEACH, .  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1552. 

LEECHE, .   Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Nov.  21,  1585. 

LEACH,  .    Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Apr.  1,  1692. 

(Name  off,  1694.) 
LEECHMAN,  HENRY.   B.Civ.L.  and  B.Can.L.  1496.  One  of  the 

original  fellows  of  Jesus,  1497-  Supp.  for  incorp.  at  Oxford, 

1506. 
LEECHMAN,  WILLIAM.   B.Can.L.  1475-6.    Perhaps  D.Can.L. 

1502-3.    Exchanges  Reed,  Herts.,  for  Hartest  and  Boxted, 

Suffolk,  1477. 
LEEDS,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 

1554  {impubes). 
LEEDES,  ANTHONY.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  29,  1642. 

S.  of  Thomas,  of  Croxton,  Cambs.   Matric.  1642.   Doubtless 

father  of  the  next  and  Ed  ward  (1663).  [Vis.  nf  Cambs.,  1619.) 

LEEDS,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Sept.  10,  1668.  Of 
Croxton,  Cambs.  Doubtless  s.  of  Anthony  (above).  Matric. 
1669;  B.A.  1672-3.   Brother  of  Edward  (1663). 

LEEDS,  EDWARD.  B.A.  1542-3.  S.  of  William.  B.atBeneden, 
Kent.  School,  King's,  Canterbury.  M.A.  1545;  LL.D.  1568. 
Master  of  Clare,  1562-71.  R.  of  Little  Gransden,  Cambs., 
1548-63;  of  Newton,  Isle  of  Ely,  1549-53;  and  of  Elm,  and 
Emneth,  Norfolk,  1552.  Preb.  of  Ely,  1559-84.  Precentor  of 
Lichfield,  1560-1.  Admitted  advocate,  1560.  Commissary 
and  Vicar-general  to  the  Bishop  of  Ely.  R.  of  Cottenham, 
Cambs.,  1560-81;  of  Croxton,  1573-80;  of  Snailwell,  and 
Littleport.  Master  in  Chancery.  Died  Feb.  17,  1588-9  (stc). 
Buried  at  Croxton,  Cambs.,  where  he  was  lord  of  the  manor. 
M.I.  Will  (P.C.C.)  Apr.  lo,  1589.  Benefactor  to  Clare  and 
Emmanuel.    {Cooper,  11.  66;  D.N.B.;  Clare  Coll.  Hist.,  52; 

A.  B.  Beaven.) 

LEEDS,  EDWARD.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  i,  1593. 

Matric.  c.  1595.   One  of  these  names  R.  of  Irstead,  Norfolk, 

1613. 
LEEDS,  EDWARD.    Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  June  5, 

1642.   S.  of  Samuel  (1602),  clerk,  R.  of  Tittleshall,  Norfolk. 

B.  there.  School,  Tittleshall  (Mr  Briggs).  Matric.  1642; 
B.A.  1645-6;  M.A.  1654.  Master  of  Newark  Grammar  School 
before  1660.  Master  of  Bury  St  Edmunds,  1663-1707. 
Author,  classical.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Thomas  Curtis, 
R.  of  Brandon.  Died  Dec.  20,  1707.  Buried  at  Ingham.  M.I. 
Father  of  Edward  (1700)  and  Samuel  (1697).  (Peile,  i.  481; 
D.N.B.) 

LEEDES,  EDWARD.    Adm.  scholar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Sept. 

30,  1663.    1st  s.  of  Anthony  (1642),  gent.    B.  at  Croxton, 

Cambs.    Schools,  Hitchin  (Mr  Bicar)  and  Huntingdon  (Mr 

Tailor).  Matric.  1664.   Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  1,  1666. 

Brother  of  Anthony  (1668). 
LEEDES,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse,  Mar. 

17,  1700.  S.  of  Edward  (1642),  Head  Master  of  Bury  School. 

School,  Bury.    Matric.   1700;  Scholar,   1702;  B.A.  1703-4; 

M.A.  1707.   Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  17 14;  priest,  Sept. 

1716.    Probably  usher  at  Bury  School,  1707-12.    Master  of 

Ipswich   Grammar  School,    1712-37.     R.   of  St   Matthew, 

Ipswich.    V.  of  Wherstead,  Suffolk,   1718-44.    Died  there 

May   18,   1744,   aged   60.    M.I.  at  Wherstead.    (G.   Mag.; 

Suffolk  Proc.  Arch.,  vii.  176.) 
LEEDS,  GEORGE.   Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 

1570.    Of  Nonvich.    Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  1570; 

priest,  1572.  R.  of  Holt,  Norfolk,  1583-1630.  Buried  Oct.  i, 

1630.   (L.  B.  Radford,  Holt.) 
LEEDS,  GEORGE.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1614; 

B.A.  1618. 
LEDYS,  JOHN  DE.    Carmelite  friar  at  Cambridge.    Adm.  by 

the  Bishop  of  Ely  to  preach  and  hear  confessions,  Apr.  4, 

1343.    (B.  Zimmerman.) 
LEDES,  JOHN.    Fellow  of  Peterhouse  from  c.  1419,  till  death 

in  1455-6.   Bursar,  1445-7-   Ord.  sub-deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  20, 

1421.   Benefactor  to  the  College  library.   {T.  A.  Walker.) 

LEDES,  JOHN,  alias  ALANBRIDGE  and  MANEBRIDGE. 
B.Can.L.  1531.  Abbot  of  the  Cistercian  monastery  of  St 
Mary  Byland,  Yorks.  Surrendered,  1538.   {Cooper,  1.  69.) 

LEEDS,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter,  1554. 

LEADS,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  Clare,  1573-4;  M.A.  1577-  Buried 
at  St  Edward's,  Cambridge,  Mar.  30,  1577- 

LEEDS,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Lent,  1584-5;  B.A. 
1588-9. 

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LEEDES,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Oct.  9,  1632. 
S.  of  Samuel  (1602),  R.  of  TitUeshaU,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
School,  TittleshaU  (Mr  Paget).  Matric.  1633;  B.A.  1&36-7; 
M.A.  1642.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  1639;  priest  (Peterb.) 
Dec.  18,  1641.  R.  of  Croxton,  Norfolk,  1662.  Brother  of 
Samuel  (1640)  and  Edward  (1642).   {Peile,  i.  423.) 

LEEDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  1652.  Of  Cambridge- 
shire.  Matric.  Lent,  1653-4;  B.A.  1655-6;  M.A.  1659. 

LEEDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  8,  1671. 
S.  of  Inglebert,  Esq.,  of  York  (N.  Milford).  Bapt.  at  Holy 
Trinity,  Goodramgate,  July  20,  1654.  School,  Sherbum. 
Matric.  1671.  Of  North  Milford,  Yorks.,  Esq.  Died  v.p. 
Buried  at  Kirkby  Wharfe,  Apr.  16,  1697.  (Vis.  of  Yorks., 
1666;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LEEDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  2,  1680. 
S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  Manchester.  School,  Manchester  (Mr 
Wiggan).  Matric.  1680;  M.B.  1685.  Practised  for  many 
years  in  Manchester.   (Mumford,  Manchester  Gramtnar  Sch.) 

LEEDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  June  19,  1728. 
S.  of  Samuel  (1673),  schoolmaster,  of  Woodbridge,  Suffolk. 
B.  there.  Bapt.  Jan.  5,  1709-10.  School,  Woodbridge. 
Matric.  1728;  Scholar,  1728-34;  B.A.  1731-2;  M.A.  i737- 
Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  22,  i734-  V.  of  Sutton,  Suffolk, 
1736.  R.  of  Shottisham,  1739.  V.  of  Ramsholt,  1765. 
Married,  at  Sutton,  Dec.  14,  1738,  Deborah  Candler.  Died 
Oct.  20,  1765.  Buried  at  Woodbridge,  Oct.  21,  1765.  {Venn, 
u.  29.) 

LEEDS,  PETER.  B.D.  1486-7.  A  friar. 

LEEDS,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1565. 

LEEDS,  ROBERT.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1605. 

LEEDS,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  1636.  Migrated 
to  Christ's.  B.A.  1638-9;  M.A.  1642.  Perhaps  Master  of 
Hexham  Grammar  School,  1661,  till  c.  1673.  One  of  these 
names  (M.A.),  ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  19,  1674;  schoolmaster 
at  HasLing&eld,  Cambs.;  priest  (London)  May,  1676;  R.  of 
Wendon  Lofts,  Essex,  1676-81.  Died  1681.   (Peile,  i.  447.) 

LEEDS,  SAMUEL.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1602;  B.A.  1604-5; 
M.A.  1608.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  24,  1609. 
R.  of  Thorington,  Suffolk,  16H-2.  R.  of  TitUeshaU,  Norfolk, 
1612.  R.  of  Wellingham,  1632.  Father  of  the  next,  of 
Edward  (1642)  and  John  (1632). 

LEEDS,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  21, 
1640.  S.  of  Samuel  (1602),  R.  of  TittleshaU,  NorfoUs.  B. 
there.  School,  TittleshaU  (Mr  Harris,  and  Mr  Briggs). 
Matric.  1640.  Brother  of  Edward  (1642)  and  John  (1632). 

LEEDS,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  July  5.  1673-  S.  of 
John,  of  Wellingham,  Norfolk,  clerk.  School,  Bury.  Matric. 
1673;  B.A.  1677-8;  M.A.  1681.  Head  Master  of  Beccles 
School;  then  of  Botesdale,  1700-9;  and  of  Woodbridge, 
1709-27.  Buried  Mar.  1,  1727-8.  Father  of  John  (1728). 
(S.H.A.  H.) 

LEEDES,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Nov.  12,  1697. 
S.  of  Edward  (1642),  Head  Master  of  Bury  School.  School, 
Bury.  Matric.  1698;  B.A.  1701-2;  M.A.  1705.  FeUow,  1702- 
10.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  19,  1708;  priest.  May  23, 
1714.  R.  of  Little  Saxham,Sufiolk,  1720-50.  Died  Apr.  1750, 
aged  70.  Buried  at  Little  Saxham,  Apr.  8,  1750.  Brother  of 
Edward  (1700).   (Hervey,  Little  Saxham.) 

LEEDS,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1585. 

LEEDS,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1612; 
B.A.  from  Clare,  1615-6;  M.A.  1619.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Oct.  14,  162 1 ;  priest,  Apr.  7,  1622.  Minister  at  Swavesey, 
Cambs.,  in  1622.   Perhaps  R.  of  Morbom,  Hvmts.,  1626-40. 

LEEDS,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1618. 
Of  Norfolk.  B..\.  1621-2.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  1622.  R.  of 
Burgh,  Norfolk,  1625. 

LEEDS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  i,  1650. 
Of  Cambridgeshire.  Matric.  1650. 

LEDYS,  .    Fee  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,   1461-2.    One 

'  Master  John  Ledys,'  priest,  was  R.  of  BamweU  St  Andrew, 
Northants.,  1467. 

LEEDS, .  M.A.  1614-5  (on  King's  visit). 

LEES  or  LEISSE,  EDMUND.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  1494;  B.A.  1497-8;  M.A.  1501.  FeUow.  Ord.  sub- 
deacon  (Lincohi)  Mar.  6,  1500-1. 

LEES  or  LEISSE,  EDMUND.  B.A.  1538-9;  M.A.  1542-3-  Prob- 
ably scholar  of  Christ's,  1537-8.  R.  of  Boxworth,  Cambs., 
1557. 

LEES,  EDMUND.  B.A.  1538-9;  M.A.  1543;  B.D.  1557.  Perhaps 
R.  of  Stansfield,  SuffoUc,  1555-63. 

LEES,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1663.  Of 
Lancashire.  Matric.  1663;  B.A.  1666-7;  M.A.  1672.  One  of 
these  names  R.  of  Cuxton,  Kent,  1677.  Died  1679. 


Le  Febure,  Renatus 

LEES,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1650. 

LEES,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  27,  1656. 

S.  of  Robert,  yeoman,  of  Ashton-under-Lyne,  Lanes.    B. 

there.     School,    Manchester   (Mr   Wickins).     Matric.    1659. 

Perhaps  (as  B.A.)  ord.  deacon  (Chester)  Dec.  21,  1663;  priest 

(York)    May   i,    1665.     C.   of   Saddleworth,   Lanes.,    1663. 

Admon.  (Chester)  1712. 
LEES,   JOHN.     Adm.   sizar   at   Christ's,   June   3,    1681.     Of 

Lancashire.  School,  Stockport  (Mr  Needham).  Matric.  168 1; 

B.A.  1684-5.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1685;  priest  (Lincoln) 

1688.  C.  of  Normanton.   {Peile,  11.  83.) 
LEESE,  JOSEPH.    Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Christ's,  May  23, 

1696.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Denton,  Lanes.  School,  Stockport 

{lAx  Dickins).   Matric.  1696;  Scholar,  1696;  B.A.  1699-1700. 

C.  of  Westhoughton,  Lanes.,  1700-20.   One  Jos.  Lees,  V.  of 

Over,  Cheshire,  1706-53,  when  he  died.   {Peile,  11.  136.) 

LEES,  LEWIS.   Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  June  21,  1650. 

S.  of  Arnold,  Esq.  B.  at  Throwley,  Kent.  School,  Faversham 

(Mr  Nichols)  and  Wye  (Mr  Bradshaw). 
LESS,  RICHARD.  B.Can.L.  1472-3.  Had  studied  at  Cambridge 

and  Oxford. 

LEYS,  RICHARD.   B.A.  1488-9;  M.A.  1491. 

LEESE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1565. 

LEESE  or  LESSE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1560;  B.A.  1563-4;  M.A.  1567.  FeUow,  1564.  Perhaps  st(/)/>. 
for  M.B.  (Oxford)  1571,  '6  years  student  of  medicine.'  WiU 
of  one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.)  1583;  'of  Bath,  professor  of 
physic' 

LEES,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Aug.  6,  i66i.  Matric. 
1664;  B.A.  1665-6.  Ord.  deacon  (Lichfield)  Sept.  1668; 
priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  19,  1669.  V.  of  Conisborough,  Yorks., 
1672-9.  Buried  Mar.  11,  1679-80.   {Peile,  i.  598.) 

LEES,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  May  19, 1685.  Perhaps 
s.  of  Samuel  (above).  Matric.  1685;  B.A.  1688-9;  M.A.  1702. 
Ord.  deacon  (Chester)  June  14,  1690;  priest  (York)  June, 
1693.  C.  of  Greeton,  near  Rotherham.  Perhaps  R.  of  Heanor, 
Derbs.,  1698-1735,  when  he  died.  Or,  R.  of  Southery, 
Norfolk,  1705;  buried  there  Jan.  24,  1737.   (Peile,  11.  99.) 

LEES,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1658. 
Of  Nottinghamshire.  B.A.  1 660-1.  Perhaps  ord.  deacon 
(Lichfield)  Sept.  25,  1664.  P.C.  of  Wetton,  Staffs.,  1664. 

LEES, .  Incorp.  1503-4;  apparently  B.A. 

LEES, .  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1553.  Student 

of  law. 

LEESON,  DANIEL.  .\dm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Apr.  18,  1667. 
Matric.  1670,  as  'Losson';  B.A.  1670-1.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln) 
Sept.  24,  1671.  Perhaps  R.  of  Normanton,  Lines.,  1694-7. 

LEESON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  14,  1701. 
Of  Derbyshire.  Matric.  1701;  B.A.  1704-5.  WiU  of  one  of 
these  names  (Leicester)  1747;  of  Hathem,  Leics.,  clerk. 

LEETE,  GILES.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter,  1572. 
Of  Kingston,  Cambs.  S.  of  WiUiam,  of  Eversden  and  Mel- 
boum.  B..'\.  from  Pembroke,  1577-8.  Married  Margaret, 
dau.  of  John  Bacon,  of  Hessett,  Suffolk.  Buried  at  Kingston, 
Sept.  18,  1626.    (T.  A.  Walker.) 

LEET,  HENRY.   Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  June  18,  1734. 

S.   of   ,    druggist,   of   Thrapston,   Northants.    School, 

Oakham.  Matric.  1735;  B.A.  1737-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Sept.  24,  1738;  priest  (Peterb.)  May  19,  1741.  C.  of  Tich- 
marsh,  Northants.  R.  of  Cranford  St  Andrew,  1742-4. 
Buried  at  Thrapston,  July  30,  1748.   (H.  I.  Longden.) 

LEETE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1566. 

LEET,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  7,  1730.  Matric. 
1731. 

LEETE,  ROBERT.  B.A.  1544-5  (ist  in  the  ordo);  M.A.  1548. 
FeUow  of  St  John's,  c.  1545. 

LEETE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1604.  OfSufiolk. 

LEETE,  (major).   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1544 

LEETE, 
1544- 

LEEVES,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  4, 
1732-3.  Of  Fortingtou,  Sussex.  S.  and  h.  of  Richard.  Matric. 
1732.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  May  2,  1735.  Of  Forting- 
tou Place.   Died  Sept.  1788.   (G.  Mag.) 

LE  FEBURE,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  July,  1635. 
S.  of  John.  B.  in  Norwich.  School,  Norwich  (Mr  Stonham). 
Scholair,  1637-9.  Of  Beccles,  doctor  in  physic.  The  grand- 
father was  from  Flanders.  (Venn,  i.  319;  Vis.  0} Suff.,  1664.) 

LE  FEBURE,  RENATUS.   (Gallicus.)   M.A.  1629. 


(minor).    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 


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Leftwiche,  Nathaniel 

LEFTWICHE,  NATHANIEL.  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1719.  S.  of 
Thomas  (next),  of  Chester  (Preb.  of  Chester).  Matric.  from 
Brasenosc  College,  Oxford,  Mar.  20,  1706-7,  age  19;  B.A. 
(New  College,  Oxford)  1711-2.  One  of  these  names,  clerk, 
buried  in  Chester  Cathedral,  Dec.  22,  1736.  (Al.  Oxon.) 
LEFTWICH,  THOMAS.  'Of  Emmanuel  College,'  when  ord. 
deacon  (Chester)  Dec.  23,  1677;  priest,  Dec.  21,  1679.  C.  of 
Shotwick,  Cheshire,  1691-6.  Minor  canon  of  Chester 
Cathedral.  Doubtless  father  of  Nathaniel  (above).  (R. 
Stewart-Brown.) 
LEGARD,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  June  28, 
1667.  S.  of  Robert,  yeoman.  B.  at  Hull,  Yorks.  School, 
Pickering  (Mr  Nich.  Gray).  Matric.  1669;  B.A.  1670-1.  Ord. 
deacon  (York)  June,  1671;  priest,  Dec.  1674. 
LEGARD,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  May  20, 
1671.  ist  s.  of  Robert,  yeoman.  B.  at  Cottingham,  Yorks. 
Schools,  Cottingham  (Mr  Ursley)  and  Pocklington  (Mr 
Ellison).  Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1674-5;  M.A.  1678.  Ord.  deacon 
(York)  Feb.  1675-6;  priest,  Sept.  1678.  'Charles  Legard,  of 
St  Mary-at-Hill,  London,  and  C.  of  South  Mimms,  Middlesex, 
aged  33,  married  Susanna  Biron,  of  Westham,  Essex,  at 
St  Catherine  Cree  Church,  Jan.  4,  1685-6.' 
LEGARD,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1597. 

Pcrli.ips  brother  of  Robert  (c.  i597)- 
LEGARD,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  July  2,  1617. 
S.  and  h.  of  Robert  (?  c.  1597).  of  Anlaby,  Yorks.    B.  in 
Yorkshire.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  4,  1617-8.  Of  Anlaby, 
Esq.    Married  Mary,  dau.  of  William  Rokeby,  of  Hotham, 
Yorks.,  Esq.  Living,  1648.  Brother  of  John  (1620),  Richard 
1625-6)  and  Robert  (1638).   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 
LEGARD,  CHRISTOPHER.    Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney, 
June  18,  1633.   4th  s.  of  John,  Esq.    B.  at  Ganton,  Yorks. 
Bapt.  May  7,  1615.   Schools,  'Hatton,'  Yorks.,  Bridlington 
(Mr   Chr.   Wallis)    and   Stamford.     Died   unmarried.     Will 
(York)  1663.    Brother  of  Richard  (1623).    (Vis.  of  Yorks., 
1665.) 
LEGARD,  Sir  DIGBY,  Bart.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity  Hall, 
Oct.  20,  1746.   (Name  olf,  17.1.9.)   S.  of  Sir  Thomas,  4th  Bart., 
of  Ganton,  Yorks.    Bapt.  Jan.  27,  1728^.    Succeeded  as  5th 
Bart.,  1735.    Died  Feb.  4,  1773.    Buried  at  Ganton.    Will, 
York.    {G.E.C.) 
LEGHARD,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1587; 

B..'^.  1590-1. 
LEGARD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  May  18,  1620. 
S.  of  Robert,  of  Anlaby,  Yorks.,  Esq.  B.  at  Anlaby,  Hull. 
School,  Newcastle.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  18,  1620-1. 
Expelled,  May  9,  1628,  'for  a  most  inhuman  barbarous  and 
sordid  misdemeanor  on  one  of  the  fellows. '  Killed  at  Borough- 
bridge,  Yorks.,  1643.  Buried  at  Gainsborough.  Brother  of 
Christopher  (1617),  Richard  (1625-6)  and  Robert  (1638). 
(Vis.  of  Yorks.;  Le  Neve,  Knights,  365.) 
LEGARD,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Clare,  May  21,  1649. 
Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Ganton,  Yorks.  Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  Oct.  29,  1650;  and  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  2, 
1662-3.  M.P.  for  Scarborough,  1660.  Created  Bart.,  Dec.  29, 
1660.  ."^ge  34  in  1665.  Succeeded  at  Ganton.  Died  1678. 
Buried  at  Ganton.  Father  of  Thomas  (1677)  and  William 
(1677).  (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665;  G.E.C.) 
LEGARD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  June  30, 
1684.  S.  of  Sir  Robert  (1653),  Knt.  B.  at  Anlaby,  Yorks. 
School,  London  (private;  Mr  Edwards).  Matric.  1684.  Adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  29,  1682.  Married  Jane,  dau.  of  Captain 
Robert  Hild yard.  Of  Anlaby,  Esq.  Father  of  Robert  (1707). 
(Poulson,  Beverley,  i.  424.) 
LEGARD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  May  24, 
1705.  S.  of  Sir  John,  Bart.,  of  Ganton,  Yorks.  B.  there. 
Bapt.  July  21,  1687.  Matric.  1705.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  Oct.  20, 
1705.  B.A.  1709-10.  Succeeded  as  3rd  Bart.,  1715.  Died 
unmarried,  Apr.  14,  1719.  Buried  at  Ganton.  (G.E.C.) 
LEGARD,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  May  17, 
1623.  S.  of  John,  Esq.  B.  at  Ganton,  Yorks.  Bapt.  Mar.  15, 
1606-7.  School,  '  Hatton,' East  Yorks.  B.. A.  1626-7.  Adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  12,  1624-5;  and  at  the  Middle  Temple, 
Jan.  30,  1629-30.  Called  to  the  Bar,  May  19,  1637.  Died  s.p. 
WiU  (York)  1682.  Brother  of  Christopher  (1633).  (Vis.  of 
Yorks.,  1612,  1665.) 
LEGARD,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Jan.  30, 
1625-6.  S.  of  Robert,  Esq.  B.  at  Anlaby,  Hull.  Schools, 
Newbald,  Yorks.  and  Repton.  B.A.  1629-30;  M.A.  1633; 
B.D.  1640.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  12,  1624-5.  Perhaps 
last  R.  of  Little  Colden,  Yorks.,  1639.  R.  of  Cowlam,  1639- 
41.  Buried  at  Malton,  May  26,  1641.  Brother  of  Christopher 
(1617),  John  (1620)  and  perhaps  Robert  (1638). 
LEGARD,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  20,  1711. 
Of  Yorkshire.  Probably  s.  of  Sir  Robert,  of  Anlaby.  Matric. 
1710-1.  Drowned  whilst  bathing. 


Legate,  W. 

LEGARD,   ROBERT     Matric.  pens,   from  Trinity,  c.   1597. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Christopher,  of  Anlaby.  B.  1581.  Died  Jan.  18, 
1648.    Probably  father  of  Christopher  (1617),  etc.    (M.  H. 
Peacock;  Poulson,  Beverley,  i.  424.) 
LEGARD,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  14, 
1630-1.   S.  of  WiUiam,  gent.,  of  Beverley.    Bapt.  there,  at 
St  John's,  Apr.  2,  1615.    School,  Beverley  (Mr  Pomeroy). 
B.A.  1634-5. 
LEGARD,  ROBERT.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Oct.  26,  1638. 
Probably  4th  s.  of  Robert,  of  Anlaby,  Hull;  adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Aug.  13,  1639.    Married,  at  St  Michael's,  Ouscbndge, 
Apr.  20,  1647,  Ursula,  dau.  of  John  Rodes,  of  Barlborough, 
Derbs.    Brother  of  Christopher   (1617),   John   (1620)   and 
Richard  (1625-6).   (J.  Foster,  Yorks.  Pedigrees.) 
LEGARD,  ROBERT.  Adiu.  pens,  at  St  John's,  Dec.  3,  1650.  S. 
of  John,  Esq.,  of  Malton,  Yorks.  B.  at  Brantingham.  School, 
Coxwold  (Mr  Thornton).    B.A.  1654-    Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
May  27,  1652. 
LEGARD,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  July  5,  1653. 
S.  of  Christopher  (1617),  Esq.    B.  at  Anlaby,  Yorks.    School, 
Cambridge  (Mr  Moore).   Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  17,  1655. 
Called  to  the  Bar,  July  5>  1671-    Ancient,  1680.    Bencher, 
1685.  One  of  the  Masters  in  Chancery,  1682-1712.  Knighted, 
June  29,  1682.   Of  Anlaby,  Esq.   Died  Sept.  14,  1721.   Will 
(P.C.C.)   1722.    Father  of  John  (1684).    (Venn,  i.  389;  Le 
Neve,  Knights,  365.) 
LEGARD,  ROBERT.  .A.din.  pens,  at  Trinity  Hall,  May  9,  1707. 
Doubtless  s.  of  John  (1684).  of  Anlaby,  Hull.   Matric.  1707. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  21,  1707.  Called  to  the  Bar,  Feb.  6, 
1712-3.   Bencher,  Feb.  10,  1736-7- 
LEGARD,  ROBERT.    Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  May  9, 
1720.  Matric.  1719;  LL.B.  1724.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June  9, 
1723;  priest,  Aug.  1725.    V.  of  Brompton,  Yorks.,  1725-8. 
R.  of  Thormanby,  1728-35. 
LEDGARD,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  1666. 
1st  s.  of  Thomas,  gent.  B.  at  Newcastle.  School,  Newcastle. 
Matric.  Lent,  1667.   Afterwards  Fell.-Com.   Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  ApT.  23,  1668.   Buried  at  St  Nicholas,  Newcastle,  Dec. 
30,  1690.    (H.  M.  Wood.) 
LEGARD,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  23, 
1677.    2nd  s.  of  Sir  John  (1649),  of  Ganton,  Yorks.,  Bart. 
B.   there.    Bapt.   June   20,    1660.     School,   Bury,   Sufiolk. 
Matric.  1677.    Died  unmarried.   Will  (York)  1688.   Brother 
of  William  (1677).   (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665;  Peile,  11.  63.) 
LEGARD,   WILLIAM.     Matric.   pens,   from   Corpus   Christi, 
Easter,   1627.    Of  Yorkshire.    Probably  s.  of  William,  of 
Beverley,  clerk.  Bapt.  there.  Mar.  18,  1609-10.  B.A.  1630-1; 
M.A.  1635.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  25,  1636.  Married,  at 
Stillingfleet,  1637,  Margaret  Stillington.   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 
LEGARD,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  23, 
1677.  S.  of  Sir  John  (1649),  of  Ganton,  Yorks.,  Bart.   B.  at 
York.   Bapt.  at  St  Martin's,  Coney  Street,  Mar.  18,  1663-4. 
School,  Bury,  Suffolk.  Matric.  1677;  B.A.  16S0-1;  M.A.  1684. 
Ord.  priest  (Worcester)  Dec.  1686.    V.  of  Tardebigge,  near 
Bromsgrove,  1686-1705.    Brother  of  Thomas  (1677).    (Vis. 
of  Yorks.,  1665;  Peile,  11.  63.) 
LEGARD,  ZACHARY.   Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May  9, 
1674.    S.  of  Robert.    B.  at  Scarborough,   Yorks.    School, 
Helmsley  (brother  Charles).  Matric.  1674;  B.A.  1680-1.  Ord. 
deacon  (York)  Sept.  1680;  priest,  June,  1682.   (Peile,  11.  51.) 
LEGASSICKE,  HENRY.    Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  St  John's, 
July  8,  1737.    Previously  matric.  from  Pembroke  College, 
Oxford,  Oct.  22,  1734.  S.  of  James,  Esq.,  of  Modbury,  Devon. 
B.  there.    School,  Winchester.    Matric.  1737;  B.A.  1740-1. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Aug.  8,  1735. 
LEGATE,  GEORGE.  Prior  of  the  Carmehte  Friars  of  Cambridge, 

1536,  till  Aug.  1538.   (Cooper,  i.  68.) 
LEGATE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1616;  B.A. 
1619-20;   M.A.    1623.    Perhaps   R.  of  Welbome,  Norfolk, 
1624-46.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Pyworthy,  Devon,  1648. 
LEGAT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  8,  1641. 
S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Nottinghamshire.  B.  at  Rampton,  Notts. 
School,  Dronfield,  Derbs.   Matric.  1642;  B.A.  1645-6.   Adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  June  13,  1640. 
LEGATT,  LIONEL.    Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1674-    Of 
Derbyshire.    Matric.  1675;  B.A.  1677-8;  M.A.  1695.    Ord. 
deacon  (York)  Nov.;  priest  (?  York)  Dec.  22,  1678.    V.  of 
Claybrook,  Leics.,  1685-1715.   Will  (Leicester)  1716. 
LEGAT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Clare,  Easter,  1613. 
Probably  'Thomas  Posthumous  Legat,  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of 
Dagenham,  Essex,  deceased';  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Oct.  8, 
1616.    M.I.  in  Westminster  Abbey,   1660;  aged  63.    Will, 
P.C.C.    (Vis.  of  Essex;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
LEGATE,  W.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1588. 


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LEGATT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke  June 
30,  1640.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Dagenham,  Essex.  Matric. 
1640.  Probably  s.  of  Thomas  Posthumous  (161 3);  adm.  at 
the  Middle  Temple,  June  27,  1642.  Of  Hard&eld,  Essex,  Esq. 
Died  before  1687.  Father  of  the  next.  (Vis.  of  Essex.) 
LEGATT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Queens',  Nov.  17, 
1685.  S.  and  h.  of  William  (above),  of  Hardfield,  Essex,  gent. 
Matric.  1686.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Jan.  24,  1686-7. 
LEGGE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  King's,  Lent,  1664.  S. 
of  William  (groom  of  the  bedchamber  to  Charles  I).  B.  1648. 
School,  Westminster.  Served  in  the  Dutch  war,  by  sea  and 
land.  Groomof  the  bedchamber,  1668.  M.P.  for  LudgershaU, 
1668-79;  for  Portsmouth,  1679-82.  Lieut.-Govemor  of 
Portsmouth,  1670-83.  Perhaps  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Mar. 
I,  1671-2.  Commanded  in  Flanders,  1678.  Created  Baron 
Dartmouth,  Dec.  2,  1682.  Master  of  the  Trinity  House, 
1683-5.  Engaged  in  the  Tangier  expedition,  1683-4.  Con- 
stable of  the  Tower,  1685.  Admiral  and  Commander-m- 
Chief  of  the  Fleet,  1688-9.  Accused  of  conspirmg  agamst 
William  III;  committed  to  the  Tower,  1691.  Died  there 
Oct.  25,  1691.  Buried  at  Trinity  Minories.  Father  of  William 
(1688).  {D.N.B.;  G.E.C.) 
LEGGE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1606.  B. 
at  Sampford Courtney,  Devon.  B.A.  1610-1;  M.A.  1614.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  June  4;  C.  of  Chelsea;  priest,  Dec.  24,  1615, 
age  24.  C.  of  Stifford,  Essex. 
LEGG.  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  18,  1664. 
S.  of  John,  clerk,  of  Donhead  St  Andrew  or  St  Mary,  Wilts. 
B.  there.  School,  Christchurch  (Mr  Clead).  Matric.  1664. 
LEGG,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1675.  S.  of 
lohn,  clerk.  B.  at  Columb  Major,  Cornwall.  Bapt.  Nov.  17, 
1657.  Matric.  Easter,  1676;  B.A.  1679-80;  M.A.  1683. 
FeUow,  1678.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Feb.  24,  1688-9.  V.  of 
Prescot,  Lanes.,  1690-1.  Died  there  Nov.  14,  1691.  {Har- 
tfood;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
LEGG,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter,  1680; 

B.A.  1683-4. 
LEGGE,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1710. 
B.  in  London,  1692.  Matric.  Lent,  1710-1 ;  B.A.  17x4-5 ;  M.A. 
1718.  Fellow,  1714.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Feb.  22,  1718-9; 
priest,  Mar.  25,  1719.  R.  of  Pulborough,  Sussex,  1720-36. 
Died  June  23,  1736.  Will,  P.C.C.  (Harwood.) 
LEGGE,  NICHOLAS.   Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 

Eton,  Nov.  22,  1542.  Left  c.  1544.  Of  Earsham,  Norfolk. 
LEGG,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  June  13,  1612. 
S.  of  Nicholas,  husbandman,  of  'Berton'  (?  Barton  Bendish), 
Norfolk.  B.  at  West  Tofts.  School,  South  Creake  (Mr 
Sturges).  Matric.  1612;  Scholar,  1615-7;  B.A.  1615-6.  Ord. 
priest  (Norwich)  Dec.  21,  1617.  C.  of  Hales,  Norfolk,  1618- 
33.  R.  of  Poringland,  1635-62.  C.  of  Hardley,  in  1636.  Died 
1662. 
LEGG,  STEPHEN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Jan.  21,  1715-6.  B. 

at  Roughton,  Norfolk.  Matric.  1716. 
LEGGE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1552.  S.  of  Stephen,  of  Norwich.  (Of  a  family  of  Italian 
origin  )  B.  there,  c.  1535.  Migrated  to  Trinity.  Scholar, 
1555;  B.A.  1556-7;  M.A.  1560;  LL.D.  from  Caius,  i575- 
FeUow  of  Trinity,  1560-8.  Regius  Professor  of  Civil  Law, 
1563-73.  Fellow  and  tutor  of  Jesus,  1568-73-  Master  of 
Caius,  June  27,  1573  (nominated  by  Dr  Caius).  Commissary 
to  the  University,  1579.  Vice-Chancellor,  1587-8,  1592-3- 
Adm.  advocate.  May  16,  1590.  J.P.  for  Cambridge.  Master 
in  Chancery,  c.  1595.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1586.  Latin 
dramatist.  Much  interested  in  witnessing  and  writing  plays; 
author,  Richard  III,  and  others.  Died  in  College,  July  12, 
1607,  aged  72.  Buried  in  the  Chapel.  Well-known  M.I. 
there.  Will,  P.C.C.  He  was  a  considerable  benefactor  to 
Caius.  The  old  'Legge  Buildings'  were  erected  with  funds 
left  by  him.  {Venn,  i.  73;  D.N.B.;  Vis.  of  Cambs., 
1619.) 
LEGG,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1575-6-  One  of 
these  names  R.  of  Handsworth,  Sheffield,  1577-1610.  M.I. 
there. 
LEGG,  TOBIAS.  M.A.  1652  (Incorp.  from  Glasgow).  R.  of 
Hemingstone,  Suffolk;  ejected,  1662.  Afterwards  preached 
in  Suffolk.  Died  at  Ipswich,  1700,  aged  77.  {Calamy,  11.  423.) 

LEGGE,  WILLIAM.   M.A.  1682  (Com.  Reg.). 

LEGGE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  King's,  1688.  S.  of 
George  (1664),  Baron  Dartmouth.  B.  Oct.  14,  1672.  School, 
Westminster.  Matric.  1688;  M.A.  1689.  Succeeded  as  2nd 
Baron  Dartmouth,  Oct.  25,  1691.  A  commissioner  of  the 
Board  of  Trade  and  Foreign  Plantations,  1702-10.  Privy 
Councillor,  1702-14.  Secretary  of  State,  Southern  depart- 
ment, 1710-3.  CreatedEarlof  Dartmouth,  Sept.  1711.  Lord 


Le  Hunt,  John 

Keeper  of  the  Privy  Seal,  1713.  Died  Dec.  15,  1750,  at 
Blackheath,  aged  78.  Buried  at  Trinity  Minories,  London. 
Will,  P.C.C.   (D.N.B.;  A.  B.  Beaven;  G.E.C.) 

LE  GRAND,  STEPHEN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke, 
Mar.  13,  1737-8.  S.  of  Abraham,  of  Canterbury,  gent.  Bapt. 
at  St  Alphage,  Canterbury,  Sept.  18,  1720.  Matric.  1738; 
M.B.  1744.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1759;  of  St  Clement  Danes,  London. 

LE  GROOS,  CHARLES.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Caius, 
Apr.  13,  1611.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Thomas,  Knt.,  of  Crostwight, 
Norfolk.  B.  in  Norwich.  Schools,  Aylsham  and  Wymondham 
(Mr  Eston).  Matric.  1611.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1614. 
Knighted,  Dec.  16,  1616.  Sheriff  of  Norfolk,  1627.  M.P. 
for  Orford,  Suffolk,  1626,  1628-9,  1640.  Married  Muriel, 
dau.  of  Sir  Thomas  Knyvett.  Died  1656.  Brother  of  the 
next  and  father  of  Thomas  (1631).  (Venn,  i.  2ii;  Vis.  of 
Norfolk;  Norfolk  Archaeology,  in.  92.) 

LE  GROOS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Sept. 
10,  i6i8.  S.  of  Sir  Thomas,  Knt.,  of  Crostwight,  Norfolk. 
Schools,  Norwich  (Mr  Townley)  and  Aylsham  (Mr  Knowles). 
Matric.  1618-9.  Died  young.  WiU  (Norwich)  proved,  Jan. 
24,  162&-7.   Brother  of  Charles  (above). 

LE  GROS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Christ's, 
Apr.  29,  1631.  S.  of  Sir  Charles  (1611),  Knt.  B.  at  Crostwick, 
Norfolk.  School,  Botesdale  (Mr  Easton).  Matric.  1631.  Adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  5,  1632.  Of  Crostwick,  Esq.  Living,  1656. 
Died  s.p.   (Peile,  1.  409;  Norfolk  Archaeology,  iii.  91.) 

LE  GRYCE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Apr.  17,  1645. 
Eldest  s.  of  Charles,  gent.,  of  Billingford,  Norfolk.  Bapt.  at 
Thelveton,  Feb.  10,  1628-9.  School,  Diss  (Mr  Gibbs).  Matric. 
FeU.-Com.  Michs.  1647;  B.A.  1647-8.  Doubtless  M.D.  (Leyden) 
c.  1647.  Licensed  by  the  Bishop  of  Norwich  to  practise 
medicine,  1662.  Married,  at  Thelveton,  Nov.  25,  1671,  Ann 
Gooch.  Buried  at  BiUingford,  June  13,  1709.  WiU  (Norwich) 
1709.   (Venn,  i.  357.) 

LE  GRICE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  Dec.  23, 
1700.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Bury  St  Edmunds.  School,  Bury 
(Mr  Leeds).  Matric.  1701;  B.A.  1704-5-  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Sept.  1706.  (Peile,  11.  150.) 

LE  GRYS,  ROBERT.    Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  May  17, 
1745.   S.  of  John,  attorney,  of  Norwich.   B.  there.   Schools, 
Norwich,  private  (Mr  Cory)  and  public  (Mr  BuUimer).  Matric. 
1745-6;  Scholar,  1745-52;  B.A.  1748-9;  M.A.  1752.   Fellow, 
1753-4.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely,  Litt.  dim.  from  Norwich)  Sept.  24, 
1752;  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  23, 1753-  R-  ol  Hehningham  and 
Morton,  Norfolk,  1753-90;  of  Felmingham,  1756-90.    Died 
at  Norwich,  Apr.  1,  1790.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1790;  of  St  Stephen's, 
Norwich.    (Venn,  11.  57.) 
LE  GRYS,  THOMAS.   Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  Jan.  15, 
1679-80.  S.  of  Thomas,  druggist,  of  Shimpling,  Diss,  Norfolk. 
B.  there.  Bapt.  there,  Aug.  16,  1664.  Schools,  Diss  (Mr  Wales 
and  Mr  Jessup)  and  Eye,  Suffolk  (Mr  Browne).   Migrated  to 
Caius,  June  18,  1680,  age  16.  Matric.  1680;  Scholar,  1680-6; 
B.A.  1683-4.   Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  19,  1686;  priest. 
May  21,  1692.    R.  of  Homersfield,  Suffolk,   1693-1722;  of 
St  George,  South  Ehnham,  1693-1722.   Died  June  10,  1722. 
M.I.  at  Homersfield.    WiU  (Norwich  C.C.)  1723-    (Venn,  1. 
465.) 
LEHEUP,  ISAAC.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity  Hall,  Mar.  19, 
1712-3.    Of  Gunthorpe,  Norfolk.    Matric.   1714.    M.P.  for 
Bodmin,  1722;  for  Grampound,  1732;  for  CaUington,  1734- 
41.    Died  Apr.  30,  1747.   WiU,  P.C.C;  to  be  buried  at  Gun- 
thorpe. Brother  of  the  next  and  father  of  Thomas  (below). 
(G.  Mag.;  .\.  B.  Beaven.) 
LEHEUP,  MICHAEL.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Dec. 
1714.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  St  Ann's,  Westminster.  Adm.  at  the 
Inner  Temple,  Oct.  4,   1714.    Secretary  to  the  Chancellor. 
Of  Hessett,  Suffolk.   Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir  Thomas 
Gery.  Died  July  23,  1749.  Brother  of  Isaac  and  father  of  the 
next.   (G.  Mag.;  T.  A.  Walker.) 
LEHEUP,  MICHAEL.    Adm.  pens,   (age  17)  at  Peterhouse, 
Sept.  29,   1749.    Of  Middlesex.    S.  of  the  above.    School, 
Wiverton.  Of  Hessett,  SuftoUc.  Married  MerieUna  DiscipUne, 
of  Pakenham.   Died  Apr.  9,  1792.  aged  60.   M.I.  at  Hessett. 
(T.  A.  Walker.) 
LEHEUP,  [THOMAS].   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity  Hall,  Feb. 
7,  1737-8.    (Name  off,  1739-)    Only  s.  of  Isaac  (above),  of 
Gunthorpe,  Norfolk.  School,  Bury  St  Edmunds.   Died  Aug. 
1745,  aged  24.  Buried  at  Gunthorpe.   (S.H.A.H.) 
LE  HUNT,  ALEXANDER.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
July  2,  1719.   S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Battersea,  Surrey.   B.  at 
Battersea.    School,  Eton.    Colleger,  1716-9.    Matric.  1719; 
B.A.   1722-3;   M.A.   1726.    Fellow,   1725-35.    Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  May  i,  1724;  priest,  Sept.  19,  1725.  V.  of  Domey, 
Bucks.,  1727-35-   (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  328.) 
LE  HUNT,  JOHN  (1618),  see  HUNT. 


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LE  HUNT,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  KiNo's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1690. 
S.  of  John,  major  in  the  army.  B.  in  London.  Matric.  1690; 
B.A.  1694-5;  M.A.  1698.  Fellow,  1693.  Usher  at  Wisbech; 
and  at  Harrow,  1700.  Ord.  priest  (London)  May  31,  1702. 
Schoolmaster  and  minister  at  Brentwood,  Essex.  Head  Master 
of  King's  School,  Canterbury,  1722.  V.  of  Brookland,  Kent, 
1727-31.  Died  May  13,  1731,  from  a  fall  from  his  horse. 
Admon.,  P.C.C.  Father  of  the  next.  (Hant<ood,  275;  G.  Mag.) 

LE  HUNT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  8, 
1749.  S.  of  John  (above),  V.  of  Brookland,  Kent.  B.  at 
Hertford.  School,  Hoddesden  (Mr  Bennet).  Matric.  1750; 
B.A.  1753.  Ord.  deacon  (Lichfield)  May  25,  i755;  priest, 
Dec.  24,  1758.  R.  of  Radbome,  Derbs.,  1768-90.  Died  Apr. 
25,  1790.  Will,  P.C.C.  {Scott-Mayor,  iii.  588;  G.  Mag.; 
Burke,  L.G.) 

LEICE,  JAMES.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1567. 

LEICESTER,  COOTE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse,  Nov. 
13,  1718.  Of  Ireland.  School,  Hertford.  Matric.  1719; 
Scholar,  1719;  B.A.  1722-3;  M.A.  i747-  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Mar.  10,  1722-3;  priest,  Feb.  2,  1724-5.  R.  of 
Essendon,  Herts.,  1725-1770.  Preb.  of  Peterborough,  1746- 
70.   Died  May  2,  1770.    {T.  A.  Walker,  239.) 

LEYCESTER,  FRANCIS  {alias  ABREE  or  ALREE).   B.D.  1520- 

1.  Cluniac  monk,  probably  of  Lewes  Priory.  Prior  of  St 
Andrew's,  Northampton,  till  the  surrender,  in  1538.  V.  of 
Moulton,  Northants.,  1540-2.  First  dean  of  Peterborough, 
1541.   Died  about  1543.   {Cooper,  1.  83.) 

LEICESTER,  Sir  FRANCIS,  Bart.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at 
St  John's,  Apr.  6,  1692.  S.  of  Sir  Robert,  Bart.  B.  atTabley, 
Cheshire,  July  30,  1674.  School,  Eton.  Succeeded  as  Bart., 
July  7,  1684.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  28,  1694. 
Sherig  of  Cheshire,  1705-6.  M.P.  for  Newton,  Lanes.,  1715- 
27.   Died  Aug.  5,  1742.   (G.E.C.) 

LEYCESTRE,  HENRY  DE.  FeUow  of  Corpus  Christi,  1376. 
Benefactor. 

LEICESTER,  JAMES.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  May 

2,  1671.  S.  of  William,  deceased,  of  Hale,  Cheshire.  School, 
Bowden.  Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1674-5.  One  of  these  names  C. 
of  Lower  Peover,  Cheshire.  Will  (Chester)  1686.    (E.  Axon.) 

LEICESTER,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  17, 
1704-5.  S.  of  George,  goldsmith.  B.  at  Hales  Low,  near 
Bowden,  Cheshire.  School,  Madeley,  Stags.  (Mr  Jenkinson). 
Matric.  1705;  B.A.  1708-9;  M.A.  1712.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Mar.  5,  1709-10.  P.C.  of  Didsbury,  Lanes.  Librarian  of 
Chetham's,  Manchester,  1712-8.  Travelled  with  Mr  Edward 
Wright,  of  OSerton,  Stockport.  Buried  at  Didsbury,  Lanes., 
Dec.  5,  1718.   (Mumford,  Manchester  School,  127.) 

LEYCESTER,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Clare,  1704.  B.A.  (Trinity 
College,  DubUn).  One  of  these  names  C.  of  Clifton,  Beds., 
1694-5- 

LEICESTER,  RALPH  DE.  Chancellor  of  the  University,  1289- 
90. 

LEYCESTER,  RALPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Sept.  2, 
1717.  S.  of  George,  of  Toft,  Cheshire.  School,  Hackney, 
London  (Mr  Morland).  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Dec.  24, 
1717.  Perhaps  F.R.S.,  1724.  Married  Katherine,  dau.  of 
Edward  Norris,  of  Speak,  Lanes.  Died  1777.  {Ormerod,  i. 
388.) 

LEICESTER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Mar.  21, 1677-8. 
S.  of  George,  of  Toft,  Cheshire,  Esq.  Matric.  1680;  B.A. 
1681-2.   Probably  uncle  of  Ralph  (1717). 

LEYCESTER,  ROGER  DE.  'King's  scholar'  at  Cambridge, 
1327-8. 

LEYCESTER,  WILLIAM.  B.Can.L.  1483-4. 

LEICESTER, .   M.D.  1604. 

LEIFFE  or  LEEFFE,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity, 
Michs.  1570;  B.A.  1574-5. 

LEIFE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  May  10,  1664.  Of 
Lincolnshire.   Matric.  1665. 

LEIGH,  see  LEE. 

LEIGHLIN,  Baron,  see  BRERETON,  JOHN. 

LEIGHTON,  ALEXANDER.  Of  Pembroke.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  1551.   R.  of  Meopham,  Kent,  1550-6. 

LEIGHTON  or  LYTON,  AMBROSE.  M.A.  from  Christ's,  1593. 
Probably  B.A.  1589-90.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Little 
Yeldham,  Essex.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1636. 

LEIGHTON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Trinity, 
Oct.  15,  1698.  S.  of  Sir  Edward,  Bart.,  of  Wattlesborough, 
Shrops.  Bapt.  at  Alberbury,  Aug.  11,  1681.  School,  Eton. 
Succeeded  as  2nd  Bart.,  1711.  Sherig  of  Salop,  Nov.-Dec, 
1726.  Died  May  6,  1756.  Buried  at  Alberbury.   {G.E.C.) 

LEIGHTON,  Sir  ELLIS.  LL.D.  1665  (Lii.  i?fg.).  S.  of  Alexander. 
Colonel  in  the  Royalist  army.  Appointed  by  Charles  I 
secretary  for  English  afiaiirs  in  Scotland,  1650.    Knighted, 


Leman,  John 

1659.  F.R.S.,  1663.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Jan.  29, 
1666-7.  Called  to  the  Bar,  1670.  Secretary  to  the  Lord- 
Lieutenant  of  Ireland,  1670-2.  K.C.,  Ireland,  1672.  Recorder 
of  Dublui,  1672.  Died  Jan.  9,  1684-5.  Buried  at  Horsted 
Keynes,  Sussex.    (D.N.B.) 

LYGHTON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1556. 
One  of  these  names  V.  of  Heighington,  Durham.  Buried 
there  Jan.  30,  1580-1.   (H.  M.  Wood.) 

LEIGHTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  22)  at  Magdalene,  May  12, 
1651.   S.  of  Richard,  of  Lincoln.   School,  Lincoln. 

LEIGHTENHOUSE  or  LEIGHTONHOUSE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  at 
King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1710.  B.  at  Washingborough, 
Lines.,  1690.  Matric.  Easter,  1711;  B.A.  1714-5;  M.A.  1718. 
Fellow,  1714.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  May  23,  1714;  priest,  Sept. 

25,  1717.  R.  of  Milton,  Kent,  and  Minor  canon  of  Canter- 
bury. V.  of  Blean,  Kent,  1728.  Died  Sept.  13,  1770.  Buried 
in  Canterbury  Cathedral.  Will,  P.C.C.  Father  of  William 
(1751)-    (G.  Mag.) 

LEIGHTENHOUSE,  WALTER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Mag- 
dalene, Aug.  13,  1675;  's.  of  Walter,  of  Kirton  in  Lindsey, 
Lines.'    Already  matric.  from  Lincoln  College,  Oxford,  July 

26,  1673;  's.  of  William.'  Matric.  (Cambridge)  1675;  B..^. 
1676-7;  M.A.  (Oxford)  1679-80.  Fellow  of  Lincoln  College, 
Oxford,  1677.  R.  of  Waddington,  Lines.,  1685.  R.  of 
Washingborough,  1688-1701.  V.  of  Bracebridge,  1697-1701. 
Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Huntingdon.  Author,  Sermons.  Died 
of  apoplexy.  May  26,  1701,  aged  41.  {Al.  Oxon.;  Cole,  5875, 
I95-) 

LEIGHTONHOUSE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St 
John's,  July  2,  1751.  S.  of  Richard  (1710),  clerk,  of  Kent. 
B.  in  the  Isle  of  Thanet.  School,  Canterbury  (Mr  Beavoir). 
B.A.  1755- 

L'EITAN,  PAUL  DE.   M.A.  1625  (on  King's  visit). 

LEITH,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  at  St  John's,  July  6,  1685;  M.A. 
1685  (Incorp.  from  Aberdeen).  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  May  29, 
1681.  R.  of  St  Cuthbert's,  and  St  Paul's,  Bedford,  1689.  V. 
of  Harold,  1688.  Preb.  of  Lincohi,  1706-32.  {Cole,  5875,  146.) 

LEITHE,  THOMAS,  see  LIETH. 

LELAND,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1580; 
B.A.  1584-5;  M.A.  1588.   V.  of  Gayton,  Norfolk,  1593-1604. 

LELAND,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1521-2.  Afterwards  of 
AH  Souls,  Oxford.  B.  in  London,  c.  1506.  School,  St  Paul's. 
King's  chaplain  and  librarian.  R.  of  Peppeling,  Calais,  1530. 
R.  of  Haseley,  Oxon.,  1542.  Canon  of  King's  College,  or 
Christ  Church,  Oxford.  Preb.  of  Sarum.  Employed  for  six 
years  in  historical  and  antiquarian  researches  throughout 
England.  Became  insane,  1550.  Died  Apr.  18,  1552.  Buried 
at  St  Michael -le-Queme,  Cheapside.  His  'itinerary'  was 
published  at  Oxford  in  nine  volumes,  1710.  {Cooper,  1.  110; 
D.N.B.;  Peile,  i.  13.) 

LELLO,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1629. 

LEMAN  or  LEAMAN,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius, 
Mar.  4,  1589-90.  Of  Swagham,  Norfolk.  School,  Swaffham. 
Scholar,  1590-3;  Matric.  c.  1591;  B.A.  1592-3.  Ord.  priest 
(Peterb.)  Mar.  11,  1596-7.  R.  of  Aimsby,  Lines.,  1598-1627. 
(Called  'Thomas'  in  the  CoUege  register.) 

LEMAN,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  May  24,  1737- 
S.  of  Edward,  clothier,  of  London.  B.  there.  Schools, 
Botesdale  (Mr  Maboume)  and  Bury.  Scholar,  1737-41 ; 
Matric.  1737;  B.A.  1740-1.   {Venn,  u.  43.) 

LEMAN,  JAMES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1576. 
Probably  b.  in  Ipswich.  B.A.  1579-80;  M.A.  1583.  Usher  of 
Ipswich  Grammar  School.   Head  Master,  1605-8. 

LEEMAN,  JAMES.  'Of  Trinity  College;  resided  3  years.  B. 
at  Sta theme,  Leics.,  c.  1580.'  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  24; 
priest,  Nov.  20,  1603.  R.  of  Belton,  Lines.,  1607.  R.  of 
Hemingby,  1608-32. 

LEEMAN,  JAMES.  M.A.  1609  (Incorp.  from  Oxford);  already 
Incorp.  at  Oxford  from  Edinburgh. 

LEMAN,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter,  1585. 
Probably  of  Otley,  Sugolk.  S.  of  William,  of  Beccles. 
Married  Margaret,  dau.  of  Richard  Crampton,  of  Beccles. 
Died  1628.   {T.  A.  Walker;  E.  Anglian,  N.S.,  11.  84.) 

LEMMAN,  JOHN.  Matric.  Fell.-Com,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1653.  Of  Sugolk.  S.  and  h.  of  William,  of  Beccles, 
Suffolk.  Bapt.  there,  Nov.  24,  1636.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
June  26,  1655.  Died  Jan.  6,  1688-9.  Buried  at  Charsfield. 
{Vis.  of  Suffolk,  1664;  Davy  MSS.,  19.139) 

LEMAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Aug.  17,  1724- 
Of  Charsfield,  Suffolk.  Doubtless  s.  of  WiUiam  (1682-3).  B. 
Mar.  10,  1705-6.  Matric.  1724;  B.A.  1728-9;  M.A.  from 
King's,  1732.  Conduct  of  King's,  1728-37.  Taxor,  1734-5- 
Ord.  priest  (Lincohi)  Mar.  25,  1730.  R.  of  Kirstead,  Norfolk, 
1730-77.  R.of  Langhale,  1730.  R.  of  Ellough,  Suffolk,  1748-9- 
V.  of  Wreningham,  Norfolk,  1749-77.  Died  June,  1777. 
Buried  at  Wenhaston.  Will,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  William 
(1723).   {Suckling,  II.  184.) 


72 


Leman,  Lister 

LEMAN,  LISTER.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  24,  1639. 
S.  of  John,  gent,  (and  Priscilla,  dau.  of  Randolph  Lister,  R. 
of  Alpheton).  B.  at  Alpbeton,  Suffolk.  Bapt.  Jan.  3,  1621-2. 
School,  Bury.   Matric.  1639.   {Venn,  i.  335.) 
LEMAN,  MATTHEW.   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Nov.  12,  1663.   S.  of  William,  Esq.,  of  Weston,  Suffolk.   B. 
there.   Taught  by  Mr  Lovering.    Of  Weston,  Esq.    Married 
Mary,  dau.  of  Charles  Suckling,  of  Bracondale.    Buried  at 
Beccles,  1678.   Father  of  the  next.    [Suckling,  n.  184.) 
LEMMAN,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sx  Catharine's,  Jan.  14, 
1686-7.    Of  Suffolk.    S.  of  Matthew  (above).    Malric.  1687. 
Died  May  16,  1692,  aged  23.   Buried  at  Beccles.   (Davy.) 
LEMAN,  PETER.   B.A.  1501-2. 

LEMAN,  PHILIP.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  June  29, 
1667.  S.  of  Sir  WUbam,  Bart.,  of  Northaw,  Herts.  Bapt.  at 
St  Bartholomew-the-Great,  London,  June  19,  1649.  Matric. 
1670;  B.A.  1670-1;  M.A.  1674.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  24, 
1671;  priest,  Aug.  2,  1672.  R.  of  Warboys,  Hunts.,  1672-94. 
R.  of  Rampton,  Cambs.,  1685.  Buried  at  Warboys,  Feb.  24, 
1693-4.  Fatherof  WiUiam  (1698).  (G.E.C.) 
LEMAN,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  June  29, 
1693.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  London,  draper.  B.  in  London. 
School,  Northaw,  Herts.  (Mr  Jo.  Peniston).  Matric.  1693; 
Scholar,  1697;  B.A.  1697-8;  M..^.  1710.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Sept.  24,  1710.  P.C.  of  Upwood,  Hunts.,  1712-9. 
C.  of  Gt  Raveley,  till  1719.  Will  proved  Nov.  26,  1719. 
(Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 
LEMAN,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  July  4,  1729- 
S.ofWilliam(i682-3),ofCharsfield,Suffolk.  B.  there.  Bapt. 
July  21,  1709.  School,  Monk  Soham  (Mr  Ray).  Matric.  1729; 
Scholar,  1729-33;  B.A.  1733-4.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May 
20;  priest  (Norwich)  Dec.  23,  1733.  R.  of  Kettlebaston, 
Suffolk,  1733-49.  R.  of  Ellough,  1749-99.  R.  of  Knoddishall, 
1749-99.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir  Charles  Castleton, 
Bart.  Died  July  25,  1799.  M.L  at  Ellough.  Brother  of 
William  (1723).  (Venn,  11.  31.) 
LEMAN,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Michs.  1751- 
S.  of  Robert,  Esq.,  of  Brampton,  Suffolk.  B.  there.  Schools, 
Monk  Soham  (private;  Mr  Ray)  and  Dedham,  Essex  (Mr 
Grimwood).  Scholar,  1752;  B.A.  1756;  M.A.  1759;  D.D.  1778. 
Fellow,  1759-67.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  July  11,  1756,  as  C.  of 
Waterbeach;  priest,  Mar.  11,  1759.  R-  of  Pakefield,  Suffolk, 
i776-<).  V.  of  Mendham.  Died  Sept.  11,  i779.  at  Wingfield 
Castle,  Suffolk,  the  residence  of  his  father-inlaw  Mr  Pretty- 
man.  (Venn,  11.  67.) 
LEMAN,  TANFIELD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene, 
Feb.  5,  1730-1.  S.  of  Philip,  of  Snowhill,  London.  B.  in 
London.  Bapt.  at  St  Margaret's,  Lothbury,  Apr.  13,  1714. 
School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1732.  Succeeded  as  4th  Bart., 
Dec.  22,  1741.  Died  May  4,  1762.  (G.  Mag.,  where  he  is  called 
a  physician.) 
LEMAN,  THOMAS.  B.Can.L.  1517-8. 
LEMAN,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1668.   Of 

Norfolk.   Matric.  1668. 
LEMAN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  22,  1671-2. 
Of  Norfolk.    S.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Wenhaston,  Suffolk. 
Matric.  1672.   Afterwards  Fell. -Com.   Married  Ruth,  dau.  of 
Charles  Suckling,  of  Bracondale.  Died  May  2,  1703,  aged  49. 
Buried  at  Wenhaston.   (Vis.  of  Suffolk;  Davy  MSS.,  I9|i39-) 
LEMAN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Oct.  10,  1685. 
S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Brampton,  Suffolk.   B.  there.   Schools, 
Wymondham  and  Norsvich.    Matric.   1686.    Of  Brampton, 
Esq.    Married  Elenor,  dau.  of  Robert  Cuddon,  of  Shading- 
field.   Died  Oct.  12,  1717.   Buried  at  Brampton.   M.L  there. 
Brotherof  William  (1683).  (F«nM,  1.480;  DawyAfSS.,  19,139.) 
LEMAN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  15,  1698-9. 

Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  pens.  Easter,  1699. 
LEMAN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity,  June  2, 1652. 
Doubtless  s.  of  Sir  William,  Bart.  Bapt.  at  Northall,  Herts., 
Dec.  19,   1637.    Succeeded  as  2nd  Bart.,  1667.    Sheriff  of 
Herts.,  1676-77.    M.P.  for  Hertfordshire,  1690.    Buried  at 
Northaw,  July  28,  1701.   (G.E.C.) 
LEMAN   or   LEAMAN,   WILLIAM.    Adm.   sizar   at   Corpus 
Christi,  1671.  Of  London.  Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1674-5;  M.A. 
1678.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  26,  1678;  priest,  Sept.  21, 
1679. 
LEMAN,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Mar.  15, 
1682-3.    S.  of  John,   gent.,  of  Charsfield,  Suffolk.    B.  at 
Haddiscoe,  Norfolk,  Dec.   14,   1665.    School,   Kettleburgh. 
Matric.  1683;  Scholar.  1683-5.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  16, 
1685-6.   Of  Charsfield,  Suffolk,  Esq.   Died  Feb.  10,  1730-1. 
Buried   at  Charsfield.    M.I.    Father  of  John   (1724),   etc. 
(Venn,  1.  472.) 
LEMAN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  28,  1698.  S.  of 
Philip   (1667),   R.   of  Warboys,   Hunts.    B.   there,    1682. 
Colleger  at  Eton,  1693-7.    Matric    1698;  Rustat  Scholar, 


Lemmon,  John 


1700;  B.A.  1701-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  1704; 
priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  25,  1709.  R.  of  Nettleston,  Lines., 
1713.  R.  of  Warboys,  Hunts.,  1722-32.  Buried  Jan.  8, 
1731-2. 
LEMAN,  Sir  WILLIAM,  Bart.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at 
Trinity,  Dec.  14,  1701.  S.  of  Mansel,  of  Northaw,  Herts. 
School,  Enfield,  Middlesex.  Succeeded  his  grandfather.  Sir 
WiUiam,  July  18,  1701.  Died  s.p.  Dec.  22,  1741.  Buried  at 
Northaw.  WiU,  P.C.C.   (G.E.C.) 

LEMAN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  Caius,  c.  June,  1723.  Of  Beccles. 
S.  of  William  (16S2-3).  B.  at  Charsfield,  Suffolk,  Sept.  10,1704- 
Married  Sarah,  dau.  of  Thomas  Leman,  of  Brampton.  Died 
Apr.  4,  1789,  aged  84.  Buried  at  Brampton.  (Venn,  ii.  18; 
Davy  MSS.,  19,139.) 

LEMAN,  .    Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  St  Catharine's,  Mar.  30, 

i688.    Of  Suffolk. 

LE  MARCHANT,  see  also  MARCHANT. 

LE  MARCHANT,  PAUL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter, 
1606.  B.  in  Guernsey.  B.A.  1608-9;  M.A.  1612;  B.D.  1620. 
Fellow,  161 1-29.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (London)  Dec.  22, 
1616,  age  28.  V.  of  Guilden  Morden,  Cambs.,  1619.  V.  of 
St  Clement's,  Cambridge;  and  of  Comberton,  Cambs.  R.  of 
Kirkby-on-Bain,  Lines.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1640.   (A.  Gray.) 

LEMCASTER, .   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1623. 

LEMETAYER,  CHARLES.  B.A.  1619  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
S.  of  George  Limiter,  of  Kent.  Matric.  from  Christ  Church, 
Oxford,  May  31,  1616,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1618;  M.A.  1621. 
Receiver-General  and  Solicitor  for  Dean  and  Chapter  of 
Westminster,  with  his  father,  1621.  Doubtless  R.  of  Stone, 
Kent,  1625.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

LEMINGE,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  July  11, 
1637.  2nd  s.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Colchester.  B.  in  London. 
School,  Tonbridge,  Kent  (Mr  CaUys).  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Nov.  18,  1641.   Brother  of  the  next.   (Vis.  of  London,  1634.) 

LEMYNG,  JAMES.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
May  23,  1635.  S.  and  h.  of  John,  gent.,  of  London.  B.  there. 
School,  Tonbridge,  Kent  (Sir  CaUis).  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Feb.  3,  1636-7,  as  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Colchester.  (Vis.  of 
London,  1634;  Vis.  of  Essex,  1664.) 

LEMING,  JAMES.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1709.  Of  Norwich. 
Matric.  1709;  B..\.  1712-3. 

LEMMING,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1624. 
School,  Bury,  Suffolk.  B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  163 1.  Ord.  priest 
(Norwich)  Apr.  14,  1631.  R.  of  Flempton  and  Hengrave, 
Suffolk,  1631-67.   Father  of  the  next. 

LEMING,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  12, 
1659-60.  S.  of  John  (1624),  R.  of  Flempton,  Suffolk.  B. 
there.  School,  Bury  (Mj  Stephens).  Matric.  1660;  B.A.  from 
Pembroke,  1663-4;  M.A.  1667.  Perhaps  Master  of  Borough- 
bridge  School,  Yorks.,  before  1669.   (Peile,  i.  589.) 

LEMMING,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1629. 

LEMING  or  LEMINGER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18) 
a  scholar  from  Eton,  Sept.  3,  1503.  Left,  c.  1505.  Of 
Coventry  diocese.   Ord.  acolyte  (Lincoln)  Sept.  20,  1505. 

LEMYNGE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Lent, 
1564-5- 

LEMINGE  or  LEEMING,  WILLIAM.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Dec.  20,  1589,  age  24,  as  late  of  Trinity  CoUege.  Perhaps 
the  William  Lemyng  who  matric.  from  Trinity,  1585.  B.  at 
WeU,  Yorks.  Ord.  priest,  Mar.  29,  1591.  C.  of  White  Colne, 
Essex.  One  of  these  nsunes  R.  of  Chelmondiston,  Suffolk, 
1603. 

LEMYNG, .  B.A.  1491-2;  M.A.  1494.  One  Thomas  Lemyng 

V.  of  Cantley,  Yorks.,  1521-45. 

LEMITT  or  LYNEL,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar 
from  Eton,  1498.  Left  as  scholar. 

LE  MOINE,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Jtily  i, 
1741.  Of  London.  Doubtless  s.  of  Abraham,  chaplain  to  the 
French  hospital  in  London  (for  whom  see  D.N.B.).  B.  Feb. 
10,1724.  School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  B.A.  1744-5.  Chaplain 
to  the  Duke  of  Portland  and  R.  of  Eversley,  Hants.  Died 
1769. 

LEMON,  see  also  LEMAN. 

LEMON,  GEORGE  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Mar.  8, 
1743-4.  Of  Middlesex.  Matric.  1744;  B.A.  1747-8.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  1739;  priest  (Ely)  Mar.  18,  1753. 
R.  of  Gaytonthorpe,  Norfolk,  1755-97.  V.  of  East  Walton, 
1755-97.  Master  of  Norwich  School,  1770-7.  Author  of 
educational  works.  Died  Oct.  4,  1797,  aged  71.  M.I.  at  East 
Walton.    (D.N.B.) 

LEMMON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Nov.  16,  1648.  Of 
Norfolk.  Matric.  as  FeU.-Com.  1648-g. 


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LEMPRIERE  or  LAMPRIERE,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  pens,  from 
King's,  Easter,  1629.  B.  Dec.  12,  i6ii.  School,  Merchant 
Taylors'.  M.B.  1636  [Lit.  Keg.);  M.D.  (Caen)  1639.  Hon. 
Fell.  R.C.P.,  1664.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1667;  of  St  Botolph's, 
Bishopsgate  Street.   Owned  lands  in  Jersey.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LEMSTER,  WALTER.  Adm.  at  King'.s,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1449.  Of  Leominster,  Herefordshire.  M.A.  1456-7;  M.D. 
1464-5.  Received  a  fee  of  10  marks  a  year  for  life  from  the 
Bishop  of  Ely,  1477.  He  held  the  Angel  Inn,  Cambridge,  on 
lease  from  Corpus  Christi.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1487;  'of  St  Antonine, 
London;  and  Cambridge.'  (Weaver,  Mon;  Bentham,  Ely, 
178;  Masters,  51.) 

LEMSTER, .   M.B.  1466-7. 

LENALL, .   Scholar  at  Ki.ng's  Hall,  1472-3. 

LE  NEVE,  see  also  NEAVE. 

LE  NEVE,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  ig, 
1705-6.  S.  of  John,  brewer.  B.  at  Wymondham,  Norfolk. 
School,  Wymondham  (Mr  Clark).  Matric.  1706;  B.A.  1709- 
10.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  July  6,  1712;  priest,  July,  1714- 
C.  of  Hackford,  Norfolk. 

LE  NEVE,  JOHN.  Adra.  Fell.-Com.  (age  14)  at  Trinity,  Sept.  9, 
1694.  S.  of  John,  of  Markshall,  White  Roding,  Essex.  B.  in 
Gt  Russell  Street,  Bloomsbury,  London,  Dec.  27,  1679. 
School,  Eton.  Matric.  1696.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln,  Lilt.  dim. 
from  Norwich)  Mar.  5,  1720-1,  as  of  Trinity  College,  literate; 
priest  (Peterb.,  Litt.  dim.  from  Lincoln)  Sept.  24,  1721.  R.  of 
Thornton -le-Moor,  Lines.,  1721-41.  Imprisoned  for  in- 
solvency, 1722.  A  noted  antiquary.  -Author  of  Fasti 
Ecclesiae  Anglicanae  and  of  Mcmumenta  Anglicana,  etc. 
Died  1741.    (D.N.B.) 

LE  NEVE  or  NEAVE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Caius, 
May  27,  1630.  S.  of  Geoffrey,  gent.,  of  Aslacton,  Norfolk. 
B.  there.  Bapt.  Dec.  9,  1610.  School,  Norwich  (private; 
Mr  Stonham).  Matric.  1631;  B.A.  1633-4.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Feb.  15,  1634-5;  priest,  Sept.  25,  1636,  as  C.  of 
Aslacton.  V.  of  Scottow,  Norfolk,  1638.  R.  of  Yaxham, 
1650;  and  of  Whinbergh,  1659.  Died  June  9,  1676.  Buried 
at  Whinbergh.  Will  (Norwich)  1676.  Brother  of  William 
(1624)  and  Thomas  (1633).    [Venn,  1.  295.) 

LE  NEVE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  14, 
1656.  S.  of  Geoffrey,  M.D.,  of  Norfolk.  B.  there.  Educated 
at  home,  by  Mr  Southwell. 

LE  NEVE  or  NEAVE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius, 
Jan.  17,  1632-3.  S.  of  Geoffrey,  of  Aslacton,  Norfolk.  School, 
Norwich  (Mr  Stonham).  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1637;  M.A.  1640. 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich);  priest,  Feb.  25,  1642-3.  R.  of  St 
Peter,  Thetford.  Married  Alice  Greenwood,  Aug.  8,  1639. 
Brother  of  Robert  (1630)  and  William  (1624).   (Venn,  i.  307.) 

LE  NEVE  or  NEAVE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius, 
July  6,  1624.  S.  of  Geoffrey,  of  Aslacton,  Norfolk.  School, 
Norwich  (Mr  Machett  and  Mr  Stonham).  Matric.  1624;  B..A. 
1628-9.  1"  holy  orders.  Inherited  an  estate  at  Aslacton. 
Buried  there  June  30,  1679.  Will  (."Vrchd.  Norwich)  1679. 
Brother  of  Robert  (1630)  and  Thomas  (1633).   (Venn,  i.  268.) 

LENEVE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  13, 
1707.  S.  of  John,  druggist.  B.  at  Lynn.  School,  Uppingham 
(Mr  Savage).  M.IJ.  1712.  Ord.  priest  (London)  Apr.  29,  1722. 

LENG,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Mar.  26,  1683. 
Of  Thornton,  Pickering,  Yorks.  School,  St  Paul's.  Matric. 
1683-4;  B.A.  1686-7;  M.A.  1690;  B.D.  1698;  D.D.  1716. 
Fellow,  1688-1708.  Taxor,  1692.  R.  of  Coton,  Cambs. 
R.  of  Beddington,  Surrey,  1708-27.  Boyle  lecturer,  1717. 
Chaplain  to  George  I,  1717-23.  Bishop  of  Norwich,  1723-7. 
Author,  Sermons,  etc.  Died  of  small-pox,  Oct.  26,  1727. 
Buried  in  St  Margaret's,  Westminster.   (D.N.B.) 

LENNE,  JOHN  DE.  CarmeUte  at  Cambridge.  Adm.  by  the 
Bishop  of  Ely  for  preaching  and  hearing  confessions,  Dec.  3, 
1344.    (B.  Zimmerman.) 

LENNE,  JOHN.  D.D.  Augustinian  monk.  Confessor  to  Sir 
John  Inglesthorp,  Mar.  13,  1404-5. 

LENNOX,  CHARLES,  Duke  of  Richmond,  Lennox,  and  Aubigny. 
LL.D.  1728.  S.  of  Charles,  1st  Duke  of  Richmond,  and  grand- 
son of  Charles  II.  B.  in  London,  May  18,  1701.  Captain  in 
the  royal  regiment  of  Horse  Guards,  1722.  M.P.  for 
Chichester,  1722-3.  Succeeded  to  the  Dukedom,  May  27, 
1723.  F.R.S.,  1724.  K.B.,  1725;  K.G.,  1726.  Lord  of  the 
Bedchamber,  1727-35.  Master  of  the  Horse,  1735-50.  Privy 
Councillor,  1735.  Master  of  Trinity  House,  1741-5.  Present 
at  the  battle  of  Dettingen,  1743.  Lieut. -General,  1745.  Presi- 
dent of  the  Society  of  .Antiquaries,  1750.  Died  .\ug.  8,  1750. 
Buried  in  Chichester  Cathedral.   (D.N.B.) 

LENNOX  AND  RICHMOND  (JAMES  STEUART),  Duke  of,  see 
STUART. 

LENTHALL,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Apr. 
27,  1629.  S.  of  Philip,  attomey-at-law,  of  Homchurch, 
Essex.    B.  there.    School,  Romford  (Mr  Furmin).    Matric. 


Leonard,  Samuel 

1629;  B.A.  1632-3.  Migrated  to  Pembroke,  Mar.  6,  1632-3. 
M.A.  1636.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  1636-42,  ejected.  V.  of 
St  Clement,  Cambridge,  1638.  Afterwards  studied  mediciae. 
L.R.C.P.,  1649.  Joined  the  Roman  Church.  Practised  in 
Essex.   (Peile,  i.  400;  Munk,  1.  248;  Vis.  of  Essex,  1634.) 

LENTALL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Aug.  19, 
1644.  Only  s.  of  Thomas,  Esq.,  of  London.  B.  at  St  Mary-at- 
Hill,  Sept.  24,  1628.  School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Jan.  27,  1644-5.   (Vis.  of  London,  1634.) 

LENTON,  JOHN.    Adm.  Fell. -Com.  at  Sidney,   Feb.   1600-1. 

S.  and  h.  of  Simon,  of  Aldwincle,  Northants.  B.  there.  Adm. 

at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  16,  1598. 
LENTON,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 

1647. 
LENTON,  OLIVER.    Presumably  M.A.    Paid  for  writing  letters 

for  the  University,  1493.    (Gr.  Bk,  B',  64.) 

LENTON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  July  16,  1618.  B.  in 
Northamptonshire. 

LENYNG,  WILLIAM.    M.A.  1487. 

LEO, .   B.Can.L.  1489-90.   Canonicus. 

LEONARD,  ARTHUR.    Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 

1629.  4th  s.  of  Nicholas  (15S8-9),  V.  of  Higham  Ferrers, 
Northants.  B.A.  1632-3;  M.A.  1637.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Sept.  23,  1632;  priest,  Dec.  22,  1639.  V.  of  Denford  and 
Ringstead,  Northants.,  1648-50.  V.  of  St  Sepulchre's, 
Northampton,  1650.  V.  of  Harrowden,  1651-61.  R.  of 
Boughton,  1661-71.  Died  Feb.  8,  1670-1,  aged  62.  Buried 
at  Boughton.   M.I.    (H.  I.  Longden.) 

LENNARD,  EDWARD.    Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  Mar.  31, 

1627.   Of  Kent.   Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  26,  1630. 
LENNARD,  FINES.   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  Nov.  8,  1611. 

Of  Kent.  3rd  s.  of  Henry  (1586),  12th  Lord  Dacre.  Died  s.p. 

Brother  of  Richard  (1611). 
LENNARD,    GREGORY.     Matric.    FeU.-Com.    from    Queens', 

Michs.  1588.  Of  Kent.   2nd  s.  of  Sampson,  of  Chevening,  and 

Margaret    Fines.     Inherited    the    manor    of    Apulderfield. 

Married  Margaret,  widow  of  Sir  John  Haskins.    Died  s.p. 

Feb.  28,  1618-9.   Brother  of  Henry  (next).   (T.  A.  Walker.) 

LENNARD,  HENRY.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1586.  S.  of  Sampson,  and  Margaret,  suojure  Baroness  Dacre. 
Bapt.  at  Chevening,  Mar.  25,  1569.  .\dm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn, 
Oct.  15,  1588.  Knighted  at  Cadiz,  June  22,  1596.  Succeeded 
as  12th  Lord  Dacre,  i6n.  Married  Chrisogona,  dau.  of  Sir 
Richard  Baker,  of  Sissinghurst,  Kent.  Died  Aug,  8,  1616. 
Buried  at  Chevening.  Father  of  Richard  (1611)  and  of  Fines 
(i6n).    (G.E.C.) 

LENNARD,  JAMES.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Magdalene, 
Easter,  1640. 

LEONARD,  JEROME.  B.D.  1520-1  (Incorp.  from  Oxford);  D.D. 
(Cambridge)  1520-1.   Carmelite  friar. 

LEONARDE,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Caius,  Feb.  13, 
1588-9.  S.  of  Peter,  of  Little  Canfield,  Essex.  Schools,  King's 
College,  Cambridge  and  Eton.  B.A.  (?  1601-2);  M.A.  from 
Clare,  1605.  V.  of  Higham  Ferrers,  Northants.,  1605-31. 
Buried  there  Jan.  23,  1630-1.  Father  of  Arthur  (1629). 
(H.  I.  Longden.) 

LENNARD,  RICHARD.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Queens',  Nov.  8, 
1611.  Of  Kent.  S.  and  h.  of  Henry  (1586).  Age  20  in  1616. 
Succeeded  his  father  as  13th  Lord  Dacre,  1616.  Married 
(i)  Ehzabeth,dau.  of  Sir  Arthur  Throckmorton,  of  Paulerspury, 
Northemts.;  (2)  Dorothy,  dau.  of  Dudley,  3rd  Lord  North. 
RebuUt  Chevening  after  a  plan  by  Inigo  Jones.  Died  Aug.  20, 

1630.  Buried  at  Hurstmonceaux.  Brother  of  Fines  (1611) 
and  father  of  Richard  (1641).   (G.E.C;  T.  A.  Walker.) 

LENNARD,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1624.  Of  Lincolnshire.  B.A.  1627-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
June  17;  priest,  June  18,  1630. 

LENNARD,  RICHARD.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  St  John's,  Aug.  2, 
1641.  S.  of  Richard  (1611),  Baron  Dacre.  M.A.  1641-2. 
High  Sheriff  of  Essex,  1679.  The  adopted  heir  of  Sir  Edward 
Barrett,  Lord  Newburgh;  succeeded  to  his  estates,  1644,  and 
took  the  additional  name  of  Barrett.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of 
Sir  Robert  Loftus.  Died  at  Belhouse,  Essex,  1696.  Buried  at 
Aveling,  Essex.   (W.  Palin,  Stifford;  T.  A.  Walker.) 

LEONARD,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Aug.  23, 
1566.  3rd  s.  of  John,  of  Knole  and  Chevening,  Kent.  B.  at 
Chevening,  1553.  Matric.  1566;  B..\.  1571-2;  M.A.  1575. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  1,  1576-7.  Bencher.  Knighted. 
Of  West  Wickham,  Kent.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir 
Stephen  Slaney,  Knt.  Buried  at  West  Wickham,  Apr.  16, 
1618.  M.I.  Father  of  Stephen  (1619).  (Hasted,  i.  108; 
T.  A.  Walker.) 

LEONARD,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1579- 


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LEONARD,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i8)  at  Magdalene,  Apr. 

15,   1675.    S.  of  Nicholas.    B.  at  Bletsoe,   Beds.    School, 

Huntingdon.    Matric.  1675;  B.A.  1678-9.    P.C.  of  Barham, 

Hunts.   V.  of  Easton,  1681-1737.   Signed  also  as  minister  of 

Colmworth,  1680-4.   Died  1737- 
LENNARD,  STEPHEN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  July  2, 

1619.   S.  of  Samuel  (1566),  of  West  Wickham,  Kent.   Adm. 

at  Gray's  Inn,  May  15,  1622.   Created  Bart.,  Aug.  14,  1642. 

Died  Jan.  20,  1679-80.   Buried  at  West  Wickham.   {G.E.C.) 

LEONARD.  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  24,  1569.  OfWare,  Heru.  Matric.  1569;  Scholar, 
1571;  B.A.  1573-4.  Fellow,  1572-3.  .^dm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
1573- 

LEONARD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1573.  B.  at  Ware,  Herts.  B.A.  from  Clare,  1577-8;  M.A. 
1581;  B.D.  1588.  Fellow  of  Clare.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Nov.  28,  1586,  age  29;  priest  (Peterb.)  Mar.  5,  1586-7.  R.  of 
Saltfleetby  All  Saints',  Lines.,  1586-1622.  WiU  (Lincoln) 
1622. 

LEONARD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  June  24, 
1616.  Of  Lincolnshire.  Matric.  1616;  B.A.  1619;  M.A.  1623. 
Licensed  to  practice  medicine,  1627-8.  M.D.  1631-2  (Lit. 
Reg.).  Gresham  Professor  of  Law,  May  4,  1649-50.  Probably 
practised  physic  in  London.  Died  Jan.  9,  1659-60.  Will, 
P.C.C.    (Ward,  Gresham  College.) 

LEONARD,  W.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs.  1545. 

LENARD,  W.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1564. 

LENNARD,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1572.  Of  London.  Migrated  to  Queens'  as  Fell.-Com.  1575- 
B.A.  1575-6.  One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1577, 
from  Staple  Inn.  Called  to  the  Bar,  June  22,  1585.  Reader, 
1593.   Ancient,  1593. 

LEONARD, .  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1626. 

LEAPER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  21)  at  St  John's,  June  13, 

1711.    S.  of  Robert,   husbandman.    B.   at   Kellet,   Lanes. 

School,  Sedbergh  (Mr  Saunders).  Matric.  1711;  B.A.  1716-7. 

Ord.  deacon  (London)  June  16,  1717. 
LEPER,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  1537-8.  Of  York  diocese.  M..A.  1541. 

Fellow  of  St  Joh.n's,  1540.    Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Apr.  8, 

1544.  Perhaps  R.  of  MiddJeton,  Essex,  1549;  V.  of  Braintree, 

1562-79. 
LEPAR,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1572. 

One  of  these  names  minister  of  Bridewell  Hospital,  1592-4. 
LEPER,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 

1581. 
LEPAR, .   B.A.  1484. 

LEPYNGTON,  WILLIAM.  Graduate  in  Canon  Law;  fine  pro  non 
legendo,  14:^1.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Ness  Straunge.  Also 
R.  of  All  Hallows,  Lombard  Street,  1422-3;  and  of  Mepers- 
hall,  Beds. 

LEPIPRE,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Oct.  31,  1744; 
Fell.-Com.  June  29.  Of  Middlesex.  Matric.  i744;  B..\. 
1748-9;  M.A.  1752.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  22,  1751;  priest. 
May  24,  1752.  WiU  of  one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.)  1782;  of 
Bedford,  derk. 

LE  PLA,  DANIEL.  M.A.  from  Clare,  1675- 

LEPLA,  DANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Feb.  11,  1691-2.  Of 
Thomey  Abbey,  Cambs.   Matric.  1692. 

LE  PLA,  DANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Oct.  21, 
1726.  S.  of  Daniel,  of  Stamford,  Lines.  School,  Stamford 
(Mr  Hanns).  Matric.  1730;  LL.B.  1732.  Ord.  deacon  (Lin- 
coln) Dec.  19,  1731;  priest,  Sept.  24,  1732.  V.  of  Newbottle, 
Northants.,  1732-5.  V.  of  Hartfield,  Sussex,  1735-  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1774;  of  Lewes,  Sussex,  clerk. 

LE  PLA,  MARK.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Jesus,  Mar.  26,  1668. 
S.  of  Mark,  of  Thomey,  Cambs.,  Esq.  School,  Ely.  Matric. 
1668;  Scholar,  1668.  Incorp.  as  M.A.  1675,  from  Sedan.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (London)  Dec.  21,  1679  (M.A.).  V.  of 
Finchingfield,  Essex,  1676-1715.  V.  of  Stamboume,  1686- 
1715.  Died  1715.  Father  of  the  next. 

LE  PLA,  MARCAS.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1701. 
S.  of  Mark  (above).  B.  at  Finchingfield,  Essex.  Matric. 
Lent,  1702;  B.A.  1705-6;  M.A.  1709.  Fellow,  1704.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  June  8,  1707.  C.  of  Chelmsford;  and  usher 
of  the  Grammar  School  there.  Died  of  small-pox,  171 1. 
[Harwood.) 

LEPTON,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1625. 

LEPTON,  .    B.Civ.L.  1478.    One  Ralph  Lepton  Dean  of 

Darlington,  1497. 
LERCILDE  (?),  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  c.  1590. 
LERLING,  JOHN  DE.    Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1357,    Died 

Oct.  27,  1395. 


Le  Strange,  George 

LERMOUTH,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Lent,  1564-5. 

LERNOULT,  PHILIP.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1720.  B.  at  Canterbury.  B.A.  1723-4;  M.A.  1728. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.,  Litt.  dim.  from  Canterbury)  May  31, 
1724;  priest  (Norwich,  Litt.  dim.  from  Canterbury)  May, 
1727.  C.  of  St  Peter's,  Canterbury.  Chaplain  to  the  English 
Factory  at  St  Petersburg.   [Masters.) 

LE  ROYER,  PETER.   M.D.  1640  (Incorp.  from  Rheims). 

LESBURY  or  LAYSBEWRE,   ROBERT.    B.D.    1502-3;   D.D. 
1505.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1506.  A  Carmelite  friar.  Of  Hulne, 
Alnwick,  Northumberland.   Assisted  at  the  General  Chapter 
of  1503,  at  Piacenza.  Prior  of  the  Cambridge  House,  Nov.  17, 
1504.    Elected  provincial,  Sept.  8,  1519,  till  1522.    Died  in 
London,  1524.   (B.  Zimmerman.) 
LESCAILLET  or  LEESCAILLET,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Caius, 
May  14,  1625.    Readm.  pens.  Dec.  14,  1625,  age  16.   S.  of 
Rowland,  weaver,  of  Norwich.    School,  Norwich  (Mr  Ston- 
ham).   Matric.  1625;  Scholar,  1626-8;  B.A.  1628-9. 
LESCAILLET,   JOHN.     Matric.   pens,    from   Corpus   Christi, 
Easter,  1653.    Of  Hertfordshire.    B.A.  1656-7;  M.A.  1660. 
Chaplain  to  the  East  India  Company,  Bombay  Establish- 
ment, 1663.   Died  at  Surat. 
LESLYE,  GEORGE.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1580. 
LESLIE,  JOHN.    D.D.  from  Trinity,   1624  (Lit.  Keg.).    S.  of 
George,  of  Aberdeenshire.    B.  Oct.  14,  1571.    Educated  at 
Aberdeen.   With  Buckingham  at  Rh6,  1627.   Bishop  of  the 
Isles,   1628-33;   of   Raphoe,    1633-61;  of  Clogher,   1661-7. 
Privy  Councillor  in  Scotland  and  in  Ireland.  Strong  royalist. 
Known  as  'the  fighting  bishop.'   The  only  Anglican  bishop 
who  remained  at  his  post  in  Ireland  during  the  interregnum. 
Purchased  the  estate  of  Glasslough  in  Monaghan.  Died  Sept. 
8,  1671;  a  centenarian.   M.I.  at  Glasslough.   (A.  B.  Beaven.) 
LESLEY,  ROBERT.    M.A.  1641   (Incorp.  from  Oxford).    S.  of 
Henry,  Bishop  of  Down  and  Connor.   B.A.  (Dublin)  1636-7; 
M.A.   (Aberdeen)    1638.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,   1639;  and  at 
Cambridge,  1641.   Archdeacon  of  Connor,  1660-71.   Bishop 
of  Dromore,  1660-1;  of  Raphoe,  1661-71;  and  of  Clogher, 
1671-2.    Died  Aug.  10,  1672.    Will  (Dublin)  1672.    (Burke, 
L.G.) 
LESON,  THOMAS.  Fellow  of  Christ's,  c.  1505.  R.  of  Kegworth, 
Leics.,   1511-39.    Probably  preb.  of  Wells,  in   1537.    WUl 
(P.C.C). 
LESSE  or  LESSY,  HENRY.    Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter, 
1571;  B.A.   1575-6;  M.A.   1579-    R-  of  Gt  Henny,  Essex, 
1582-90. 
LESS,  RICHARD.  B.Can.L.  1472-3.  Had  studied  at  Cambridge 

and  Oxford. 
LESSE  or  LEEFF,  ROBERT.  B.Can.L.  1518-g. 
LESSE,  ROBERT  (1560),  see  LEESE. 
LESSER,  REGINALD.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1560. 
LESSY,  REGINALD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1623; 
B..\.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  R.  of  Donyatt,  Somerset,  1632-53. 
Will  (P.C.C.)  1653.  Father  of  the  next. 
LESSEY,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1680  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Reginald  (above),  R.  of  Donyatt,  Somerset.  Matric.  from 
Wadham  College,  Oxford,  Mar.  30,  1666,  age  16;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1670;  M.A.  1672.  Fellow  of  Wadham,  1672.  Preb. 
of  Salisbury,  1687-1724.  R.  of  Lydeard  St  Lawrence, 
Somerset,  1687-1724.  Preb.  of  Wells,  1692-1724.  R-  of 
Odcombe,  Somerset,  1708-24.  Will  (Taunton)  1725.  {Al. 
Oxon.) 

LESSY,  .    Mus.Bac.  1470-1.    Perhaps  resident  at  Corpus 

Christi,  in  1472. 

LESSY, .   Incorp.  doctor  from  abroad,  1482-3. 

LESSINGHAM,  WILLIAM.   B.D.  1520-1.  A  monk. 
LESTER,  see  also  LEICESTER. 

LESTER,  NICHOLAS.  M.A.  from  King's,  1720.  S.  of  Andrew, 
of  Abingdon,  Berks.,  clerk.  Matric.  from  Trinity  College, 
Oxford,  May  13,  1700,  age  15;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1704.  V.  of 
Tortington,  Sussex,  1709.  R.  of  Ford,  Sussex,  1720.  Will 
(Chichester)  1773;  of  Arundel.  [Al.  Oxon.) 
LE  STRANGE  or  STRANGE,   EDMUND.    Matric.  sizar  from 

Corpus  Christi,  Easter,  1548. 
LESTRANGE,  GEOFFREY.  Adm.  scholar  at  King's  Hall, 
July  27,  1347.  S.  of  John,  King's  serjeant-at-arms.  His 
father  (then  with  Bishop  Bateman  in  Rome)  petitions  for  a 
living  for  Geoffrey,  student  of  Civil  Law,  age  15  (date,  1355). 
when  he  reaches  23.  (Trin.  Coll.  Adm.,  i.  98;  Cal.  Pap.  Pet.) 
LE  STRANGE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  1671. 
Brother  of  Richard  (1671)  and  William  (1671). 


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Le  Strange,  Hamon 

LE  STRAN6E,  HAMON.  Matric.  Fell.-Coin.  from  Corpus 
Cmristi,  Easter,  1548.  Eldest  s.  of  Sir  Nicholas.  Of  Hun- 
stanton, Norfolk,  Esq.  Married  Elizabeth  Hastings.  Died 
Oct.  7,  1580.  Father  of  Nicholas  (1580),  Thomas  (1578)  and 
Roger  (1580),  brother  of  John  (1549)  and  Robert  (1549). 
(Carthew,  Launditch,  i.  144;  Blomefield,  x.  319.) 

LESTRANGE,  HAMON.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  July  26, 
1601.  S.  of  Sir  Nicholas  (1580),  and  Mary  Bell.  B.  1583.  Of 
Norfolk.  Knighted,  Mar.  13,  1603-4.  Sheriff  of  Norfolk, 
1608-9.  M.P.  for  Norfolk,  1614,  1620-22;  for  Castle  Rising, 
1625.  Royalist  Governor  of  Lynn,  1643.  Married  Anne,  dau. 
of  Richard  Stubbe,  of  Sedgeford.  Died  May  31,  1654.  Father 
of  the  next,  of  Nicholas  (1622)  and  Roger  (1634),  brother  of 
Roger  (1601).    {D.N.B.;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

LE  STRANGE,  HAMON.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Christ's, 
Oct.  16,  1623.  S.  of  Sir  Hamon  (above),  of  Hunstanton.  B. 
there.  School,  Eton.  Matric.  1623-4.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Aug.  12,  1617.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  17,  1626.  Donor 
to  New  Building  of  Christ's  College.  Of  Pakenham,  Suffolk, 
Esq.  Author,  theological  and  historical.  Died  Aug.  7,  1660. 
Buried  at  Pakenham.  Brother  of  Nicholas  (1622)  and  Roger 
(1634).   {Peile,  I.  355;  D.N.B.;  Vis.  of  Suffolk,  1664.) 

LE  STRANGE,  HAMON.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  19)  at  Em- 
manuel, July  31,  1650.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Nicholas  (1622),  and 
Anne  Lewknor.  Bapt.  at  Hunstanton,  Dec.  8,  1631.  Suc- 
ceeded as  2nd  Bart.,  July  24,  1655.  Died  Feb.  15,  1655-6. 
Buried  at  Hunstanton.  Brother  of  Nicholas  (1652),  John 
(1654)  and  Thomas  (1667-8).   (G.E.C.) 

L'ESTRANGE,  HAMON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  10, 
1684.  S.  and  h.  of  John  (1654),  gent.,  of  Gressenhall,  Norfolk. 
B.  there.  Schools,  Lynn  and  Seaming.  Matric.  1684;  Scholar, 
1684-8.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  May  17,  1688.  Of 
Twickenham,  Esq.  Died  Mar.  12,  1728-9.  Bvuned  at 
Twickenham.   M.I.   Brother  of  John  (1688).   (Venn,  i.  476.) 

LE  STRANGE,  HAMON.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Christ's, 
June  20,  1692.  S.  of  Hamon,  of  Pakenham,  Suffolk.  B.  there. 
Bapt.  Apr.  7,  1674.  School,  Bury  (Mr  Leeds).  J. P.  for 
65  years.  Author.  Died  at  Bury,  aged  93.  Buried  at  Holme, 
Aug.  18,  1769.   (Peile,  11.  125;  D.N.B.) 

LE  STRANGE  or  STRANGE,  HENRY.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from 
Corpus  Christi,  Easter,  1548. 

LE  STRANGE  or  STRANGE,  JOHN.  B.A.  1522-3.  S.  of  Sir 
Thomas,  Esquire  of  the  Body  to  Henry  VIII.  M.A.  1526. 
Probably  B.D.  1546.  R.  of  Dowdeswell,  Gloucs.,  1542-54 
(' vir  doctus,'  in  Vis.  of  1551).  R. of  Meysey-Hampton,  Wilts., 
1551-4  (deprived)  and  1558-66.  R.  of  Shipton  Moyne, 
1553-4.  V.  of  Fairford,  Gloucs.,  1559-60.  V.  of  Preston, 
1559-66.  Married  Elizaljeth  Pope,  1553.  Mentioned  in  will 
of  his  brother  Nicholas;  dated,  1547.  (H.  Lestrange;  F.  S. 
Hockaday.) 

LE  STRANGE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1549.  3rd  s.  of  Sir  Nicholas,  and  Ellen  Fitzwilliam.  Of 
Sedgeford,  Norfolk,  Esq.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Richard 
Gooding,  of  Barton,  Norfolk.  Died  Feb.  23,  1582.  Brother 
of  Hamon  (1548)  and  Robert  (1549).  (Carthew,  Launditch,  i. 
I44-) 

LE  STRANGE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  July  4,  1654. 
3rd  s.  of  Sir  Nicholas  (1622),  and  Anne  Lewknor.  Matric. 
1654.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Jan.  15,  1655-6.  Of 
Gressenhall,  Norfolk,  Esq.  Buried  at  Hunstanton,  Oct.  23, 
1692.  Father  of  Hamon  (1684)  and  John  (1688),  brother  of 
Hamon  (1650),  Nicholas  (1652)  and  Thomas  (1667-8). 

L'ESTRANGE,  JOHN.  .\Aia.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Sept.  21, 
i688.  S.  of  John  (1654),  gent.,  of  Gressenhall,  Norfolk.  B. 
there.  School,  Lynn.  Matric.  1689;  Scholar,  1689-92. 
Drowned  v/hen  returning  from  the  East  Indies,  1695.  Brother 
of  Hamon  (1684).    (Venn,  i.  485.) 

L'ESTRANGE,  LEWKENOR.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius, 
Apr.  13,  1697.  S.  of  Roger,  gent.,  of  Hoe,  Norfolk.  B.  at 
Gressenhall.  Schools,  Walsingham  (Mr  Green)  and  Bury  St 
Edmunds  (Mr  Leeds).  Matric.  1697;  Scholar,  1697-1702; 
LL.B.  1702.  Fellow,  1702-19.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  28, 
1700.  Called  to  the  Bar,  May  17,  1710.  Practised  as  bar- 
rister. Steward  of  the  College  manors.  Buried  at  St 
Michael's,  Cambridge,  Aug.  19,  1719.   (Venn,  i.  500.) 

LE  STRANGE  or  STRANGE,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peter- 
house,  Apr.  17,  1580.  Of  Hunstanton.  2nd  s.  of  Hamon 
(1548).  Bapt.  Mar.  13,  1562.  Matric.  1580.  Knighted  in 
Ireland,  1589.  Succeeded  his  brother  Thomas  (1578). 
Married  (i)  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir  Robert  Bell;  (2)  Anne,  dau.  of 
Sir  William  Paston.  Died  Dec.  22,  1592.  Father  of  Hamon 
(1601)  and  Roger  (1601).   (T.  A.  Walker;  Blomefield,  x.  319.) 

LE  STRANGE,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  from 
Trinity,  Michs.  1622.  S.  of  Sir  Hamon  (1601),  of  Hunstanton, 
Norfolk,  Knt.  Probably  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  7,  1617. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Oct.  28, 1624.    Created  Bart.,  June  i. 


Lethbridge,  John 

1629.  Compiled  a  coUection  of  anecdotes  entitled  Merry 
Passages  and  Jests.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  Edward 
Lewkenor,  of  Denham,  Sufiolk,  Knt.  Died  July  24,  1655. 
Buried  at  Hunstanton,  aged  52.  M.I.  Brother  of  Hamon 
(1623)  and  Roger  (1634),  father  of  the  next,  of  Hamon  (1650), 
John  (1654)  and  Thomas  (1667-8).   (D.N.B.;  G.E.C.) 

LE  STRANGE,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  20)  at  Em- 
manuel, July  2,  1652.  S.  of  Sir  Nicholas  (1622),  and  Anne 
Lewknor.  Bapt.  at  Hunstanton,  Norfolk,  Oct.  17,  1632. 
Succeeded  as  3rd  Bart.,  Feb.  1655-6.  Died  Dec.  13,  1669. 
Buried  at  Hunstanton.  M.I.  Admon.,  P.C.C.  Brother  of 
Hamon  (1650)  and  John  (1654). 

L'ESTRANGE,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
May  27,  1697.  S.  of  Hamon,  Esq.  B.  at  Pakenham,  Suffolk. 
School,  Bury  (Mr  Leeds).  Matric.  1697.  Brother  of  Hamon 
(1692). 

LE  STRANGE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  1671. 
Brother  of  George  (1671)  and  WiUiam  (1671). 

LE  STRANGE  or  STRANGE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from 
Queens',  Easter,  1549.  2nd  s.  of  Sir  Nicholas,  and  EUen 
FitzwiUiam.  Of  Lynn,  Esq.  Married  Joan,  dau.  of  Christopher 
Athow,  of  Brisley,  Norfolk.  Died  1575.  Brother  of  John 
(1549)  and  Hamon  (1548).   (Blomefield,  x.  319.) 

LE  STRANGE  or  STRANGE,  ROGER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peter- 
house,  Apr.  17,  1580.  3rd  s.  of  Hamon  (1548).  Bapt.  Sept. 
15,  1565.  Matric.  1580.  Living,  1591.  Brother  of  Nicholas 
(1580)  and  Thomas  (1578).   (Carthew,  Launditch,  1.  144.) 

LE  STRANGE,  ROGER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Emmanuel,  Michs. 
1601.  S.  of  Sir  Nicholas  (1580),  and  Mary  BeU.  Drowned 
'  at  Emmanuel '  whUe  at  Cambridge.  Brother  of  Hamon 
(1601).   (Blomefield,  x.  115.) 

LE  STRANGE,  ROGER.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Sidney, 
Nov.  6,  1634.  3rd  s.  of  Sir  Hamon  (1601).  B.  at  Hunstanton, 
Norfolk,  Dec.  17,  1616.  Schools,  Sedgeford,  Westminster  and 
Eton.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  3,  1636-7.  Royalist 
pamphleteer  and  journalist.  For  his  attempt  to  recover 
Lynn  for  the  King  in  1644  he  was  imprisoned.  Licenser  of 
the  Press,  1663-89.  J. P.  for  Middlesex,  1680.  M.P.  for 
Winchester,  1685-7.  Knighted,  Apr.  30,  1685.  Deprived  of 
his  ofhce  of  licenser  at  the  Revolution;  imprisoned  in  1681, 
1691  and  1695-6.  Died  Dec.  11,  1704.  Buried  at  St  Giles- 
in-the-Fields.  M.I.  Brother  of  Nicholas  (1622)  and  Hsimon 
(1623).    (D.N.B.) 

LE  STRANGE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Peterhouse, 
June  14,  1578.  Eldest  s.  of  Hamon.  Matric.  1578.  Married 
Griselda,  dau.  of  William  Yelverton,  of  Rougham.  Died 
Feb.  1,  1580-1.  Brother  of  Nicholas  (1580}  and  Roger  (1580). 
(T.  A .  Walker.) 

LESTItANGE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's, 
Feb.  5,  1667-8.  8th  s.  of  Sir  Nicholas  (1622),  Knt.  and  Bart., 
of  Hunstanton,  Norfolk,  deceased.  B.  there.  School,  Lynn 
(Mr  BeU).  Migrated  to  Emmanuel,  Sept.  11,  1669.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  May,  1675;  priest,  Sept.  1677.  R.  of 
Stanfield,  Norfolk,  1677-94.  R.  of  Brisley,  1680-94.  Brother 
of  Hamon  (1650),  John  (1654)  and  Nicholas  (1652).  (Blome- 
field, X.  115.) 

L'ESTRANGE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Sept.  13,  1706.  2nd  s.  of  Sir  Nicholas,  Bart.  B.  at  Hunstanton, 
Norfolk.  Bapt.  Apr.  9,  1689.  School,  Westminster.  Prob- 
ably matric.  1706,  as  'Hammond.'  Adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  Apr.  21,  1708.  Succeeded  as  5th  Bart.,  1724.  Died 
Nov.  8,  1751.  Buried  at  Hunstanton.  (If  the  matriculant 
was  really  named  Hammond  he  was  son  and  heir  of  Sir 
Nicholcis,  and  elder  brother  of  Thomas,  but  died  1715,  before 
his  father.)    (G.E.C.) 

LE   STRANGE,    WILLIAM.     Adm.    FeU.-Com.    at   Trinity, 

1671. 
LETCHE,  THOMAS.    Matric.   sizar  from   St  John's,  Easter, 

1558. 
LETCHFORD,  LEACHFORD  or  LICHFORD,  LEONARD.   Adm. 

sizar  at  Jesus,  Feb.  1620-1.    Matric.  1621;  B.A.  1624-5; 

M.A.  1628.    Contributed  to  the  restoration  of  the  College 

Chapel  in  1662 ;  then  R.  of  Hurstpierpoint,  Sussex.  (A.  Gray.) 

LE  TENNEUR,  BENJAMIN.  Signed  amongst  the  incorporations, 
1624. 

LETHBRIDGE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1628. 
Previously  matric.  from  Exeter  CoUege,  Oxford,  July  16, 
1625,  age  17.  Of  Walson,  Clannaborough.  S.  of  John,  of 
Bow  (Nymet-Tracy),  Devon.  Bapt.  there,  Jan.  6,  1608-9. 
Matric.  1628;  B.A.  1628-9;  M.A.  from  Magdalene,  1632.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  at  Exeter.  R.  of  Ashprington,  Devon, 
1639-47,  sequestered.  Retired  to  Lezant,  ComwaU.  Married 
Mary,  dau.  of  Richard  Raynolds,  R.  of  Stoke-Fleming. 
Died  Sept.  2,  1655.  Buried  in  Exeter  Cathedral.  (Walker, 
Sufferings;  F.  C.  Hingeston.) 

LETHERLAND,  see  also  LITHERLAND. 


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Letherland,  Joseph 

LETHERLAND,  JOSEPH.  M.D.  1736  {Lit.  Reg.).  S.  of  John, 
presbyterian  minister  at  Stratford.  B.  at  Stratford-on-Avon, 
1699.  Adm.  at  Leyden,  Sept.  30,  1722.  M.D.  there,  1724. 
Physician  to  St  Thomas'  Hospital,  1736-58.  F.R.C.P.,  1737- 
Censor;  Elect,  1757-64.  Physician  to  Queen  Charlotte.  Died 
Mar.  31,  1764.  Will  (P.C.C);  as  of  St  Mary  Aldermanbury. 
(D.N.B.;  Munk,  11.  136.) 

LETHIEULIER,  JOHN,  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Pembroke, 
Nov.  9,  1720.  S.  and  h.  of  William,  of  Beckenham  and 
Sutton,  Kent,  Esq.  Matric.  1720.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
Apr.  II,  1723.  Of  Sutton  Place,  Esq.  Died  May  3,  1760,  s.p. 
Buried  at  Sutton.  Brother  of  the  next.  (G.  Mag.;  Hasted, 
I-  239) 

LETHIEULLIER,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  {age  19)  at  St  John's, 
Nov.  I,  1738.  S.  of  William,  Esq.,  of  Middlesex.  B.  in 
London.  Educated  at  home  (Mr  Cradock)  and  by  Mr  Grig- 
man.  Matric.  1738.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Aug.  g,  1737; 
4th  s.  of  WiUiam,  of  Beckenham,  Kent.  Brother  of  John 
(above). 

LETHLIEULLIER,  SMART.  M.A.  1726  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
S.  of  John,  of  Little  Ilford,  Essex,  Esq.,  and  Elizabeth,  dau. 
of  Sir  Joseph  Smart,  of  Havering,  Kent.  B.  Nov.  3,  1701. 
Matric.  from  Trinity  College,  Oxford,  Feb.  19,  1719-20, 
age  18.  Created  M.A.  (Oxford)  1723.  F.R.S.,  1723-4- 
F.S.A.,  1725.  Succeeded  his  father  at  Aldersbrook,  Little 
Ilford,  1737.  Antiquary.  Formed  collections  and  made 
drawings  of  antiquities  and  English  fossils.  Died  s.p.,  Aug. 
27,  1760.  Buried  at  Little  Ilford.  (Al.  Oxon.;  Le  Neve, 
Knights,  294;  D.N.B.) 

LETHOM,  ROBERT.   B.D.  1460-1.  Canonicus. 

LETTEL,  see  LITTLE. 

LETTICE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Sept.  14,  1677.  Matric. 
1679;  B.A.  1682-3;  M.A.  1696.  V.  of  Bozeat,  Northants., 
1686-1702.  R.  of  Rushden,  1702-21.  R.  of  Strixfon,  1707- 
21.  Buried  at  Rushden,  Jan.  21,  1720-1,  aged  58.  Father  of 
the  next.    (H.  I.  Longden.) 

LETTICE,  JOHN.  .\dm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  21,  1726. 
S.  of  John  (above),  clerk,  deceased.  B.  at  Rushden,  North- 
ants. School,  Oakham.  Matric.  1726;  Scholar,  1727;  B.A. 
1729-30.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  14,  1730-1;  priest 
(Peterb.)  May  20,  1733.  R-  of  Strixton,  Northants.,  1733-53- 
C.  of  Holcot,  1734-6.  V.  of  Bozeat,  1740-53.  V.  of  Grendon, 
1748-53.  Died  Easter  Day,  1753.  Buried  at  Bozeat.  M.I. 
Father  of  John,  the  poet,  for  whom  see  D.X.B.  (H.  I. 
Longden.) 

LETYSE, .  B.A.  1479-80. 

LETSOM,  LETTSOME  or  LATSAM,  EDMUND.  Adm  at  King's 

(age  18)  a  scholar  from  Eton,  Aug.  11,  1521.  Left  before  1524. 

Of  Bath. 
LETTIE  or  LYTTY,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens', 

Lent,  1578-9.   Of  Lincolnshire. 
LETTO,  SAMUEL.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Lent, 

1645-6. 
LETTS,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  May  19, 

1634.    S.  of  William,  farmer,  of  Rothwell,  Northants.    B. 

there.  School,  Geddington,  Northants.  (private;  MrChaloner). 

Matric.  1634;  B.A.  1637-8;  M.A.  1641.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 

June  9,  1639;  priest,  Dec.  18,  1642.  Intruded  V.  of  Blakesley, 

Northants.,   1649.    Instituted,  Nov.  24,   1660;  resigned  or 

ejected,  1661.    (H.  I.  Longden.) 
LEUCEY,  HENRY.    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  John's,  Lent, 

1597-8. 
LEUCEY  or  LEWCEY,  RICHARD.   Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St 

John's,  Easter,  1549  (impubes). 
LEUKNOR,  see  LEWKENOR. 

LEULLIER,  DANIEL.   Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Dec.  23,  1623. 
LEVENHAM,  JOHN.  D.D.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  c.  1380.  Monk 

of  Colchester.    (Loder.) 
LEVENHAM,  THOMAS.   Fellow  of  Pembroke,  c.  1420. 
LEVENS,  see  LEVYNS. 
LEVENTHORPE,  CHARLES.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Mar. 

1610-1.   4th  s.  of  Sir  John,  Bart.,  of  Sawbridgeworth,  and 

Shingay.    Bapt.  at  Sawbridgeworth,  Sept.   15,   1594.    B.A. 

1613-4;  M.A.  1617.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  1617.   R.  of 

White  Roding,  Essex,  1617-43  (sequestered)  and  1660-80. 

R.  of  Layer-Breton,  1632.   Succeeded  as  5th  Bart.,  July  17, 

1679.    Died  unmarried,  Aug.  30,   1680,  aged  86.    M.I.  at 

White  Roding.   Benefactor  to  Christ's.   Brother  of  the  next. 

(Peile,  I.  280;  Clutterbuck,  1.  208;  G.E.C.) 
LEVENTHORPE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Mar. 

1610-1.   3rd  s.  of  Sir  John,  of  Sawbridgeworth,  Herts.,  Bart. 

Bapt.  Apr.  29,  1593.   Of  Shingay  Hall.    Married  Jane,  dau. 

of  Peter  Beeston,  of  Lambeth.   Brother  of  Charles  (i6io-i) 

and  John  {1607).   {Peile,  i.  280.) 


Lever,  John  Revel 

LEVENTHORP,  JOHN.    Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  King's,  Lent, 
1597-8.    Probably  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Albury,  Herts.    Bapt. 
there,  Aug.  21,  1580.    Buried  there  Apr.  17,  1605.   Brother 
of  Ralph  (1607)  and  half-brother  of  Thomas  {1582).  {Cussans, 
I.  148.) 
LEVENTHORPE,  JOHN.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Peterhouse, 
Easter,  1607.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  John,  Knt.  and  Bart., 
of  Shingay  Hall,  Herts.  Bapt.  May  3,  1590.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  May  6,  1608.    Died  at  Tours,  May  6,  1610.    M.I.  at 
Sawbridgeworth.    Brother  of  Edward  (1610-1)  and  Charles 
(1610-1).    (r.  A.  Walker.) 
LEVENTHORPE,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Corpus  Christi, 
June  26,  1646.   S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Thomas,  Bart.,  of  Shingay 
Hall,  Herts.    Bapt.  July  30,  1629.    Died  of  small-pox,  in 
London,  Nov.  29,  1649.  Buried  at  Sawbridgeworth.  Brother 
of  Thomas  (1651).    {Masters, -^-^7.) 
LEVENTHORPE,   RALPH.    Matric.   pens,   from  Peterhouse, 
Easter,   1607.    Doubtless  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Albury,  Herts. 
Bapt.  there,  Nov.  20,  1586.  Brother  of  John  (i597)  and  half- 
brother  of  Thomas  (1582).    (T.  A.  Walker.) 
LEVENTHORPE,  STAFFORD.  M.A.  1662  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
Matric.  from  University  College,  Nov.  19,  1650;  B.A.  (New 
College)  1653;  M..^.  (University  College)  1657.  V.  of  Amwell, 
Herts.,    1658.    V.  of  ShephaU,    1660-5.     R.  of  Stevenage, 
1664-78.    Licensed  to  marry,  July  21,  1662,  Barbara  Flex- 
more,  of  Greenwich,.  Kent.   Died  1678.  Admon.,  P.C.C.   {Al. 
Oxon.) 
LEVENTHORP,  THOMAS.    Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Peterhouse, 
June  9,  1582.   S.  of  Thomas,  of  Albury,  Herts.   Bapt.  there, 
Aug.  10,  1567.    Matric.  1582.    Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
1585.  Died  1594.  WiU,  P.C.C.  Half-brotherof  John  (1597-8) 
and  Ralph  (1607).   {T.  A.  Walker;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
LEVENTHORPE,  Sir  THOMAS.    Adm.  nobleman  (age  17)  at 
Christ's,  Oct.  19,  1651.   S.  of  Sir  Thomas,  of  Shingay  HaU, 
Bart.    B.  there.    Bapt.  at  Sawbridgeworth,  Dec.  7,   1635. 
Schools,  Bishop's  Stortford  and  CamberweU.  Matric.  1650-1 ; 
M.A.  1652.  Succeeded  as  Bart.,  Nov.  29,  1649.  J. P.  Deputy 
Lieut. -Colonel  of  Horse  in  Militia.    Served  by  sea  in  the 
Dutch  war.    Married,  Jan.   2,    1654-5,  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir 
Capell  BedeU,  Bart.    '  KiUed  by  a  kick  from  a  horse'  at 
Elvaston,  Derbs.,  July  27,  1679.  Buried  at  Sawbridgeworth. 
Brother  of  John  (1646).   {Peile,  i.  546;  G.E.C,  1.  196.) 
LEVER  or  LEAVER,  ADAM.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June 
27,  1621.    Matric.  1621.    Buried  at  Eccles,  Lanes.,  Mar.  6, 
1634-5;  curate  and  schoolmaster.    (E.  Axon.) 
LEAVER,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  7, 
1677.   S.  of  PhUip,  vintner.   B.  at  SouthweU,  Notts.  School, 
SouthweU  (Mr  Myres).    Matric.   1680;   B.A.   1680-1;  M.A. 
1695.   Ord.  deacon  (York)  Feb.  1680-1.   One  of  these  names 
R.  of  Reedham,  Norfolk,  tiU  1720.   Died  1720. 
LEAVER,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  June  19, 
1740.  S.  of  Charles,  clerk,  deceased.  B.  at  Norwich.  Schools, 
Norwich,  Hemel  Hempstead  and  Oundle.  Matric.  1740;  B.A. 
1743-4;  M.A.  1747.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln,  Litt.  dim.  from 
Peterb.)  May  25, 1746;  priest,  June  14,  1747-   R-  of  Glooston, 
Leics.,  1747-54.    R.  of  Corby,  Northants.,  1747-77.    R-  of 
Deene,  1754-77.   Died  i777- 
LEVER,  CHRISTOPHER.   Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  c.  1593. 
Probably  'King's  scholar'  at  Durham  School,  1588.    B.A. 
1597-8.    Author  of  poems  and  prose  works,  1607-27.    One 
of  these  names  V.  of  Heighington,  Durham,  1613-23.  Buried 
there  Nov.  27,  1623.   {D.N.B.) 
LEVYR,  GILES.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1552. 

LEVER  or  LEVIR,  HENRY.  .\dm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  Mar.  22, 
1623-4.  S.  of  Sampson  (1578),  of  Brancepeth.  B.  in  Durham. 
Bapt.  at  St  Oswald's,  Jan.  18,  1606-7.  Matric.  1624.  Master 
of  Alnwick  Grammar  School.  V.  of  Longhoughton,  North- 
umberland. V.  of  Alnham,  1639-50.  P.C.  of  Alnwick,  1639. 
R.  of  Brancepeth,  Durham,  1644-59.  PC.  of  St  John's, 
Newcastle,  1659-62,  ejected.  Married,  at  Whitburn,  Durham, 
Dec.  4,  1637,  Elizabeth,  vridow  of  Thomas  Dixon.  Buried 
at  St  Nicholas",  Newcastle-on-Tyne,  June  6,  1673.  (Calamy, 
11.  267;  F.M.G.,  103;  H.  M.  Wood.) 

LEVER,  JOHN.  B.A.  1549-50;  M.A.  1553.  Head  Master  of 
Tonbridge  School,  1559-74.  Perhaps  s.  of  John,  of  Little 
Lever,  Lanes.;  and  brother  of  Ralph  (1547-8)  and  Thomas 
(1541).    (P'is.  0/ Lanes.,  1567.) 

LEVER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  21,  1651.  Of 
Lancashire.  Matric.  1651;  B.A.  1654-5.  Perhaps  of  Alkring- 
ton,  Lanes.,  gent.;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  28,  1651.  CaUed 
to  the  Bar,  Nov.  25,  1669.   (Vis.  of  Lanes.,  1664.) 

LEVER,  JOHN  REVEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
July  4,  1726.  S.  of  John,  Esq.,  of  Lancashire.  B.  at  CoUy- 
hurst,  near  Manchester.  School,  Stockport,  Cheshire  (Mr 
Dale).  Matric.  1726.  Of  Alkrington,  Prestwich,  Esq.  Buried 
at  Middleton,  June  24,  1734.   (E.  Axon.) 


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Lever,  Ralph 

LEVER,  RALPH.  Of  St  John's.  S.  of  John,  of  Little  Lever, 
Lanes.  B.A.  1547-8;  M.A.  1551;  B.D.  1578.  Fellow,  1549. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1560.  Created  D.D.  (Oxford)  1578.  R.  of 
Washington,  Durham,  1560.  An  exile  under  Queen  Mary. 
Archdeacon  of  Northumberland,  and  R.  of  Howick,  1566-74. 
Chaplain  to  Bishop  PUkington.  Preb.  of  Durham,  1567-85. 
R.  of  Stanhope,  1575-7.  Master  of  Sherbum  Hospital,  1577- 
85.  Author,  miscellaneous.  Died  Mar.  1584-5.  Buried  in 
Durham  Cathedral.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1541)  and  perhaps 
of  John  (1549-50).  {Cooper,  i.  507;  Vis.  of  Lanes.,  1567; 
D.N.B.;  Harl.  Soc,  xxiii.  83.) 

LEVER,  RALPH.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
Aug.  23,  1558.  Of  Molton,  Lanes.  Matrie.  1558.  Left,  1561. 
R.  of  Snetterton,  Norfolk,  1588.  Perhaps  V.  of  Clare,  Suffolk, 
1569-82  and  V.  of  Anwick,  Lines.,  1589-90.  Buried  at  Snet- 
terton, June  3,  1605.  (Harwood  seems  to  confuse  him  with 
the  last.) 

LEAVER,  RICHARD.  Matrie.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1578;  B.A.  1581-2.  One  of  these  names  s.  of  Richard,  of 
Little  Lever,  Lanes.,  and  nephew  of  Thomas  and  Ralph. 
R.  of  Belstead,  Suffolk,  1594.  Father  of  Samuel  (1618-9). 
(Vis.  of  Lanes.,  1567.) 

LEVER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  16,  1615. 
Matrie.  1616;  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1619;  M.A.  1623.  Ord. 
priest  (London)  May  20,  1627.  V.  of  St  Stephen,  St  Albans, 
1646.  Probably  s.  of  Richard,  brother  of  Robert,  of  Darcy 
Lever,  Lanes.,  in  whose  will  (1620)*  he  is  mentioned.  (R. 
Stewart-Brown.) 

LEVER,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1624. 
Probably  s.  of  James,  of  Darcy  Lever,  Lanes. ;  age  56  in  1664. 
Matrie.  1624.  Succeeded  his  father,  1634.  Married  Mary, 
dau.  of  Hamnet  Warburton,  of  Cheshire.  Will  (Chester)  1688. 
(Vis.  of  Lanes.,  1664;  Chetham  Soc.,  l.xxxv.  i86.) 

LEVER,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  June  21, 
1642.  S.  of  Robert,  merchant.  B.  at  York.  School,  York 
(Mr  Bellwood).  Migrated  as  sizar  to  St  John's,  Feb.  24,  1644- 
5;  B.A.  1645-6.  V.  of  Bolam,  Northumberland,  1646-60. 
Afterwards  preacher  in  Durham  and  elsewhere.  Married 
Margaret,  dau.  of  Robert  Dyneley,  of  Bramhope,  Leeds. 
Died  July  i,  1690,  aged  65.   (Calamy,  11.  247;  F.M.G.,  103.) 

LEAVER,  SAMSON  or  SAMPSON.  Matrie.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1578.  S.  of  Thomas,  B.D.  (1541-2),  of  Aldanrig 
(?  Aldemedg,  Durham).  Married  and  had  issue.  Will  proved, 
1642.   Father  of  Henry  (1623-4).   (F.M.G.,  103.) 

LEVER,  SAMUEL.  Matrie.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Lent,  1618-9. 
S.  of  Richard  (1578),  R.  of  Belstead,  Suffolk.  Scholar,  1619- 
20;  B.A.  1622-3.   Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  3,  1624-5. 

LEVER  or  LEWER,  THOMAS.   B.A.  1513-4. 

LEVER,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1541-2.  Of  Little  Lever,  Lanes.  S.  of 
John.  B.  at  Bolton.  M.A.  1545;  B.D.  1552.  Fellow  of  St 
John's,  1543.  Master  of  St  John's,  1551-3.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  June  23;  priest,  Aug.  10,  1550.  A  fugitive  at 
Zurich,  and  elsewhere,  under  Queen  Mary.  Minister  at 
Coventry,  1559.  Archdeacon  of  Coventry,  1560-77.  Master 
of  Sherbum  Hospital,  1563.  Preb.  of  Durham,  1564;  de- 
prived, 1567.  Author,  Sermons.  Died  July,  1577.  Buried  at 
Sherbum.  M.I.  Brother  of  Ralph  (1547)  and  perhaps  of 
John  (1549-50),  father  of  Samson  (1578).  (Cooper,  i.  366; 
F.M.G.,  103;  Vis.  of  Lanes.,  1567;  D.N.B.) 

LEVER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  30,  1595. 
Matrie.  1595. 

LEVER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1623.  Of  London. 
Matrie.  1623. 

LEAVER,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1721.  S.  of  Charles, 
of  Chichester,  clerk.  Matrie.  from  Trinity  College,  Oxford, 
July  8,  1710,  age  19;  B.A.  (New  College)  1714.  Ord.  priest 
(York)  Mar.  13,  1714-5.  R.  of  Cranoe,  Leies.,  1717-26.  R.  of 
Stanton  Wyvill,  1721-6.  C.  of  Deene,  Northants.,  1731;  R. 
1749-53-  Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Cardigan.  Preb.  of  Lincoln, 
1737-53-  Buried  at  Deene,  Dec.  15,  1753.  M'-  Oxon.; 
Scott-Mayor,  iii.  337;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

LEVEROCK  or  LAVERACK,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at 
Peterhouse,  Apr.  2,  1638.  Of  Bedford.  School,  Doncaster. 
Matrie.  1638;  B..-^.  1641.  One  of  these  names,  clerk,  buried 
at  Poddington,  Beds.,  June  24,  1664.  (But  see  John  Laverock 
of  Clare.) 

LEVERET,  EDMUND.  Matrie.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1560. 
LEVERETT,   THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age   20)   at  St  John's, 

June  10,  1712.    S.  of  William,  land-surveyor.    B.  at  North 

Crawley,  Bucks.   School,  Newport  (Mr  Woodward).   Matrie. 

1712-    Died  in  CoUege.    Buried  at  All  Saints',  Cambridge, 

Nov.  8,  1714. 

LBVERINGTON,  ADAM  DE,  FeUow  of  Corpus  Christi,  1379. 
R.  of  Landbeach,  Cambs.,  Mar.  4,  1379-80;  remained,  till 
c.  1391.   (Masters.) 

LEVERINGTON,  HUGH  DE.   M.A.   Proctor,  13 14-5. 


Levett,  John 

LEVERINGTON,  RICHARD  DE.  FeUow  of  Peterhouse,  1333. 
'M..\.;  B.C.L.;  reservation  of  a  benefice.'   (Papal  Letters,  11.) 

LEVERINGTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi, 
1571.  Matrie.  Michs.  1572;  B.A.  1575-^;  M.A.  1579-  Licensed 
by  the  Bishop,  to  practise  medicine  in  Norwich  diocese,  1586. 

LEVRINGTON,  THOMAS.  Matrie.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1596; 
B.A.  1599-1600;  M.A.  1603.  Schoolmaster  at  Wymondham, 
1600.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  29,  1603, 
age  24. 

LEVERITCH,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  28, 
1622.  S.  of  Saville,  of  Drawlington,  Warws.  B.  1603.  B.A. 
1625-6;  M.A.  1631.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  24,  1626; 
priest,  Nov.  i,  1627.  R.  of  Gt  Livermere,  Suffolk,  1631. 
Went  to  New  England,  with  a  company  of  settlers  to  colonize 
Piseataqua  (Dover),  N.H.,  being  engaged  as  minister  for  the 
plantation,  1633.  Afterwards  went  to  Boston;  admitted  to 
the  Church  there,  Aug.  9,  1635.  Assisted  the  Rev.  Ralph 
Partridge  (of  Trinity)  at  Duxbury,  Mass.,  c.  1637-9.  First 
pastor  of  Sandwich,  Mass.,  1639-53.  Removed  to  Long  Is- 
land and  served  as  minister  at  Oyster  Bay,  e.  1653-c.  58; 
then  at  Huntingdon  for  about  ten  years.  Finally  settled  in 
Newtown,  L.I.,  1669;  pastor  there,  till  1677.  Died  at  New- 
town, Long  Island,  New  York,  1677.  (Felt,  191;  J.  G. 
Bartlett.) 

LEVERLAND,  CLIFFORD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  26, 
1672.  Of  Nottinghamshire.  Matrie.  1672-3;  B.A.  1675-6. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  1680.   R.  of  Weston,  Notts.,  1687. 

LEVERMORE,  LUCIUS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1716.  Of 
London. 

LEVERMORE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  21)  at  Caius,  Mar. 
30,  i5i6.  S.  of  John,  merchanl,  of  Exeter.  School,  Exeter 
(Mr  Perriman).  Matrie.  i6i6;  Scholar,  1617-22;  B.A.  1619- 
20;  M.A.  1623.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1624.  C.  of  Silverton, 
Devon,  in  1630.  V.  of  Topsham,  1635-43,  sequestered.  V.  of 
Newlyn,  Cornwall.  Admon.  (Exeter)  1671;  of  Newlyn. 
(Venn,  I.  232;  Walker,  Sufferings.) 

LEVERSEDGE,  JOHN,  see  LIVERSEDGE. 

LEVESHAM,  JOHN.   B.Can.L.  1461-2. 

LEVESON  GOWER,  BAPTIST.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at 
St  John's,  Apr.  22,  1720.  S.  of  John,  Baron  Gower  of 
Stittenham,  Yorks.  B.  in  London.  School,  Westminster. 
Matrie.  1720.  M.P.  for  Neweastle-under-Lyme,  1727-61. 
Commissioner  of  Trade,  1745-g.   Died  Aug.  4,  1782. 

L'EVESQUE,  NOAS.  M.D.  1690  (Com.  Reg.).  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1697; 
of  St  Martin-in-the-Fields,  Middlesex. 

LEVETT,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June,  1648. 
Of  Lincolnshire.  Matrie.  1650;  B.A.  165 1-2.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  July  2;  priest,  July  4,  1661.  R.  of  Little  Carlton, 
Lines.,  1661. 

LEVETT,  HENRY.  Matrie.  sizar  from  Clare,  c.  1596;  B;.^. 
1599-1600;  M.A.  1603.  One  of  these  names  (M.A.),  V.  of 
Ryarsh,  Kent,  1617-32. 

LEVITT,  HENRY.  Matrie.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1604;  B.A.  1607-8;  Scholar,  1608-11;  M.A.  1611;  B.D.  1620. 
R.  of  Odell,  Beds.,  1635.  Buried  there  Jan.  9,  1671-2. 
(T.A.  Walker.) 

LEVIT,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Jan.  12,  1576-7. 
S.  of  James,  of  St  Neots,  Hunts.  School,  St  Neots.  Matrie. 
1577.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Apr.  4,  1585,  as  M.A.  R.  of 
South  Elmham,  Suffolk,  1585-1616;  and  of  Homersfield, 
1585-94.  Will  proved  (Norivich  C.C.)  1616.   (Venn,  i.  89.) 

LEVETT,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  29,  1704.  S.  of 
James,  of  London.  School,  St  Paul's.  Matrie.  1704;  Scholar, 
1705;  B.A.  1707-8;  M.A.  1711. 

LEVETT,  JEREMY.  Matrie.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1631; 
Scholar,  1634;  B.A.  1635-6;  M.A.  1639.  Inc.  of  Timble, 
Knaresborough,  Yorks.,  1649.  R.  of  Leyton,  Essex.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1651 :  property  at  Timble.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LEVIT  or  LEVETTE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  27, 
1594.    Matrie.  1594. 

LEVET,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Apr.  26,  1623.  3rd  s. 
of  Thomas,  of  Melton,  Yorks.  Schools,  Conisborough  and 
Houghton.  LL.B.  from  Trinity,  1623;  LL.D.  1633  (Lit.  Reg.). 
Of  the  Archbishop  of  York's  Exchequer  and  Prerogative 
Court,  1647.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Emmanuel  Mote,  of 
Melton,  Yorks.  Brother  of  Peter  (1628-9)  and  Ralph  (1617). 
(Peile,  I.  350;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LEVIT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1626;  after- 
wards Fell.-Com.;  B.A.  1630-1. 

LEVETT,  JOHN.  .'^dm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  May  31,  1631.  S.  of 
William,  gent.,  of  Doncaster.  B.  at  Wistow,  Yorks.  School, 
Doncaster  (Mr  Ashton).  Matrie.  1632.  Migrated  to  St  John's, 
June  13,  1634,  age  20.  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A.  1638.  V.  of 
Wighill,  Yorks.,  1662-8.  V.  of  Knaresborough,  1668-92. 
Buried  Mar.  26,  1692. 


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Levett,  John 

LEVITT,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Michs.  1657; 

B.A.  1659;  M.A.  1663. 
LEVETT,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  27, 

1709.  S.  of  William  (?  1664),  clerk.   B.  at  Sturton,  near  East 

Retford,   Notts.    School,   York   (Mr  Thomlinson).    Matric. 

1709;  B.A.  1712-3.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Aug.  15,  1714; 

priest,  July  15,  I7i7-    C.  of  Willoughby  Waterless,  Leics., 

1717.   R.  of  Gt  Peatling,  1729-41.  Will  (Leicester)  1741;  'R. 

of  Willoughby.'   Father  of  the  next. 

LEVETT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  17,  1749-50. 
Of  Willoughby  Waterless,  Leics.  S.  of  John  (above).  School, 
Nuneaton  (age  18).  Matric.  1750;  B.A.  1754.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Juneg,  1754;  priest,  Sept.  19,  1756.  R.  of  Willough- 
by Waterless,  Leics.,  1756.  R.  of  Gt  Peatling,  1756-1800. 
KiUed  by  a  fall  from  his  horse.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  i8oo.  (Nichols, 
IV.  330.) 

LEVETT,  MATTHEW.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1604-5;  M.A. 
1608.  Licensed  to  preach  (York)  1608.  Preb.  of  Ripon,  1615- 
34;  sub-dean,  1624-43.  R.  of  Fingall,  Yorks.,  1622-43.  Preb. 
of  Durham,  1634-43.   Died  1643.   {Walker,  Sufferings,  20.) 

LEVETT,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Jan.  27, 
1628-9.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Melton,  Yorks.  School, 
Rotherham  (Mr  Bonner).  Matric.  1629;  B.A.  1632-3;  M.A. 
1636.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  May  17,  1646.  V.  of 
Cantley,  near  Doncastcr,  c.  1636-72.  V.  of  Boynton,  1666-72. 
Died  1672.  Brother  of  John  (1623)  and  Ralph  (next). 
{Psile,  I.  397.) 

LEVETT,  RALPH.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1617. 
S.  of  Thomas,  of  Melton,  near  Doncaster.  B.A.  1 620-1 ;  M.A. 
1624.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  1624.  R.  of  Grainsby,  Lines., 
1635.  Brother  of  John  (1623)  and  Peter  (above).  (Peile,  i. 
318;  Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  3rd  S.,  i.  118.) 

LEVITT,  RICHARD.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May,  1571. 

LEVVTT  or  LEVITT,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's, 
June,  1575;  B..A.  1578-9;  M.A.  1582.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest 
(Lincohi)  Aug.  1582.  Perhaps  V.  of  Twickenham,  Middlesex, 
1584.    R.  of  Letherhead,  Surrey,  1590. 

LEVIT,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  c.  1596;  B.A. 
1600-1;  M.A.  1604.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1605.  V.  of  Wood 
Ditton,  Cambs.,  1618.   R.  of  Cheveley,  1623-44,  sequestered. 

LEVETT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  2,  1664. 
Matric.  1664;  Scholar,  1668;  B.A.  1668-9;  M.A.  1672.  Ord. 
priest  (Lincoln)  Feb.  13,  1670-1.  R.  of  Treswell  (East 
mediety),  Notts.,  1682.    Perhaps  father  of  John  (1709). 

LEVINGS  or  LEVINZ,  see  also  LEWIN. 

LEVING  or  LEVYNS,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus 
Christi,  1544.  Matric.  Michs.  1545.  Died  in  College.  Will 
proved  (V.C.C.)  1547- 

LEVING  or  LEVINZ,  CRESWELL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity, 
July  6,  1648.  Of  Northamptonshire.  2nd  s.  of  William,  of 
Evenley,  Northants.  B.  there,  1627.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Nov.  1655.  Barrister,  Nov.  25,  1661.  Bencher,  1678. 
Treasurer,  1679.  K.C.,  1676.  Knighted,  Oct.  2,  1678. 
Attorney-general,  1679-81.  Serjeant-at-law,  1680.  Judge 
C.P.,  1681-6.  One  of  the  counsel  for  the  seven  bishops,  i688. 
Married,  July  2,  1670,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  William  Livesay, 
of  Lancashire.  Died  Jan.  29,  1700-1.  Buried  at  Evenley. 
M.I.    {D.N.B.;  Vis.  of  Northants.,  1618,  1681.) 

LEVYNS  or  LEWINS,  LEWIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity, 
Michs.  1632.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Rusholme, 
Yorks.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  27,  1636.  Of  Eske  in 
Holdemess,  Yorks.  Age  50  in  1666.  Married  Eleanor,  dau. 
of  William  Wytham,  of  Ledston,  Yorks.  Buried  at  St  John's, 
Beverley.  Father  of  William  (1663)  and  probably  of  Thomas 
(1665).    (T.  E.  Watson,  Family  of  Lewen.) 

LEVINGE  or  LEVEING,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at 
St  John's,  June  24,  1671.  S.  of  Richard,  lawyer,  of  Leeke, 
Staffs.  (Recorder  of  Chester).  B.  there,  May  2,  1656.  School, 
Audlem.  Matric.  1671.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Sept. 
1671.  Barrister,  1678.  Recorder  of  Chester,  1686-7.  M.P. 
for  Chester,  1690-5;  for  Blessington  (Irish  Parliament)  1692- 
3;  for  Longford,  1698-9  and  again,  1703-13;  for  Derby, 
1710-1;  for  Kilkenny  (Irish  Parliament),  1713-4.  Solicitor- 
General  for  Ireland,  1690-5  and  1704-9.  Knighted,  Sept.  23, 
1692.  Speaker  in  the  Irish  House  of  Commons,  1692-3. 
Created  Bart.,  Oct.  26,  1704.  Lord  Chief  Justice  of  Irish 
C.P.,  1720-4.  Died  July  13,  1724.  Will,  Dublin.  (D.N.B.; 
A.  B.  Beaven;  G.E.C.) 

LEVYNES,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  29,  1665. 
Matric.  1665;  B..A.  1668-9;  M.A.  1672.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
June,  1671;  priest,  Sept.  1672.  Probably  s.  of  Lewis  (1632), 
of  Eske,  Yorks.;  age  18  in  1666;  brother  of  William  (1663). 
(Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1666.) 

LEVYNG,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1585. 


Lewin,  James 

LEVYNS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  2, 
1663.  S.  of  Lewis  (1632),  gent.,  of  Heslington,  Yorks.  B. 
there.  School,  York  (Mr  Langley).  Matric.  1663.  Of  Eske, 
Yorks.  Married  Margaret,  dau.  of  Sir  Edward  Bernard,  Knt. 
Buried  at  Beverley,  Jan.  13,  1684-5.  Admon.  (York)  1685. 
(Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1666.) 

LEVINZ,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  June  29, 
1731.  Doubtless  s.  of  William,  and  grandson  of  Sir  Creswell 
(1648).  M.P.  for  Notts.,  1734-47.  Receiver-General  of 
Customs,  1763-5.  Died  unmarried,  Aug.  17,  1765,  aged  52. 
Buried  in  Westminster  Abbey.  (G.  Mag.;  N.  and  Q.,  2nd  S., 
III.  515;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

LEVING, .   B.A.  1483-4. 

LEVINGSTON,  ALEXANDER,  see  LIVINGSTON. 

LEVINGSTON,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1623-4. 
One  of  these  names  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1625;  s.  and 
h.  of  John;  called  to  the  Bar,  Inner  Temple,  Nov.  28, 
1630. 

LEVIS,  JOHN.  .Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  11,  1665.  Of 
Nottinghamshire.  Matric.  1665;  B.A.  1668-9;  M.A.  1674. 
Signed  for  priest's  orders  (London)  June  i,  1672.  V.  of 
Langford,  Derbs.,  1672. 

LEVISON  or  LEYFSON,  JOHN.  M.A.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  c. 
1448.   Perhaps  R.  of  St  Martin  Outwich,  London,  1459-64. 

LEVISTON  or  LAVINSTON,  Sir  JAMES,  Bart.  Adm.  as  noble- 
man at  Clare,  June  30,  1637.  S.  of  Sir  John,  of  Kinnaird, 
Perth.  Matric.  1637.  Succeeded  as  Bart.,  1628.  Gentleman 
of  the  Bedchamber  to  Charles  I.  Created  Viscount  New- 
burgh,  1647;  and  Earl  of  Newburgh,  1660.  Buried  Dec.  6, 
1670,  in  St  Margaret's,  Westminster.    (G.E.C.) 

LEVOT, .    M.Gram.  1473-4. 

LEVSIE,  GABRIEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1583.    One  Gabriell  Levesey,  3rd  s.  of  Robert,  of  Tooting, 

Surrey.    (Vis.  of  Surrey.) 

LEWGAR  or  LUGAR,  ADAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
June  30,  1623.  S.  of  Philip  (1593),  V.  of  Harlington,  Beds. 
B.  there.  School,  Harlington.  Matric.  1623;  B.A.  1626-7; 
M.A.  1630.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Feb.  18;  priest,  Feb.  19, 
1626-7.   Brother  of  Philip  (1629).   (P«7f,  i.  353.) 

LEWGAR,  JOHN.  M.A.  1625  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
London,  gent.  Matric.  from  Trinity  College,  Oxford,  Dec.  13, 
1616,  age  14;  B.A.  1619;  M.A.  1622;  B.D.  1632.  R.  of 
Laverton,  Somerset,  1627-35.  Afterwards  joined  the  Roman 
Church.  Went  to  Maryland  on  the  invitation  of  Cecil  Calvert, 
Lord  Baltimore.  Author,  controversial.  Died  in  London,  of 
the  plague,  1665.    (Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

LEWGAR  or  LUGARE,  PHILIP.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's, 
Nov.  1549. 

LEUGAR,  PHILIP.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  .Apr.  28,  1593. 
S.  of  Thomas  (?  1555),  V.  of  Wood  DalUng.  B.  at  Wymond- 
ham,  Norfolk.  School,  Wood  Dalling  (under  his  father). 
Matric.  1593;  Scholar,  1594-9;  B..\.  1596-7;  M.A.  1600. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1602.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  19, 
1599;  priest,  Dec.  19,  1602.  C.  of  Streatley,  Beds.  V.  of 
Harlington,  1604-27.  Buried  there  Jan.  21,  1626-7.  Will 
(Archd.  Bedford)  1627;  mentions  sons  Adam  (above),  Philip 
(next)  and  John.   (Venn,  i.  148;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

LEWGAR,  PHILIP.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1629. 

S.  of  Philip  (above),  V.  of  Harlington,  Beds.    Bapt.  there, 

May  23,  1613.    B.A.  1633-4;  M.A.  1637.   Brother  of  Adam 

{1623)- 
LEWGAR  or  LUGAR,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's, 

Nov.  1555;  Scholar,  1557-8;  B.A.  1559-60.    Probably  V.  of 

Wymondham,  Norfolk,  1573-81;  of  Wood  Dalling,  1580-99; 

of  Earlham,  Norwich,   1592-7.   Doubtless  father  of  Philip 

(i593).    (Peile,  I.  60.) 
LEWGAR,   THOMAS.     Matric  pens,   from  Corpus   Christi, 

Easter,  1580;  B.A.  1583-4;  M.A.  1587.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich) 

Apr.  15,  1590.    V.  of  Norton  Subcorse  and   Raveningham, 

Norfolk,  in  1603.   R.  of  Stokesby,  i6i6. 

LEWINGE,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Jan.  22, 
1620-r.  S.  of  Gilbert,  gent.  B.  at  Little  Cressingham, 
Norfolk.  School,  Norwich  (Mr  Stonham).  Matric.  1621;  B.A. 
1624-5.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  18,  1625;  priest.  May  20, 
1627.  C.  of  East  Dereham,  Norfolk,  in  1627.  Brother  of 
William  (1615). 

LEWEN,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  13, 
1728.  S.  of  Thomas,  attorney,  of  Durham.  B.  there.  Bapt. 
at  St  Oswald's,  Nov.  10,  1709.  School,  Durham.  Matric. 
1728;  B.A.  1731-2;  M.A.  1735.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb. 
18,  1732-3;  C.  of  AshweU,  Herts.  V.  of  Westbury,  Somerset, 
1734-53.  Brother  of  Thomas  (next).  (Scott-Mayor,  in.  413; 
H.  M.  Wood.) 


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LEWEN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  May  7, 
1722.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Durham.  School,  KeUoe  (Mr  Thomp- 
son). Matric.  1722;  Scholar,  1724.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  Sept.  1722.  Called  to  the  Bar,  Nov.  22,  1728.  Buried 
at  St  Nicholas,  Durham,  Dec.  29,  1783.  Brother  of  James 
(1728).    (H.  M.  Wood.) 

LEWIN,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1559. 
S.  of  Edmund,  of  Cofaye,  Herts.  B.A.  1561-2;  M.A.  1565; 
LL.D.  1576.  Fellow,  1562-71.  Proctor  for  part  of  1568. 
Public  Orator,  1570-1.  Supp.  for  incorporation  at  Oxford, 
1582.  Judgeof  the  prerogative  court  of  Canterbury,  1576-98. 
Chancellor  of  Rochester  diocese,  1586-7.  Preb.  of  Chichester, 
1587-98.  Preb.  of  St  Asaph,  1587-98.  M.P.  for  Rochester, 
1586-7,  1588-9  and  1593.  A  Master  in  Chancery,  1593-8- 
Died  Apr.  15,  1598.  Buried  in  St  Leonard's,  Shoreditch.  M.I. 
at  Otteringden,  Kent.  Will,  P.C.C.  {D.N.B.;  Peile,  i.  69; 
Vis.  of  Kent,  1619;  Cooper,  11.  345;  111.  loi;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

LEWIN,  WILLIAM.   M.A.  1614-5  (on  King's  visit). 

LEWIN  or  LEWINGE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius, 
June  13,  1615.  S.  of  Gilbert,  gent.,  of  Ringstead,  Norfolk. 
School,  Hardingham  (Mr  Tylney).  Matric.  1616.  Scholar, 
1617-22;  B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622;  LL.D.  1632.  Fellow, 
1623-33.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  2,  1619-20.  Advocate- 
General  to  Prince  Rupert.  Present  at  Naseby.  Admon. 
(P.C.C.)  1667;  as  of  Ludham,  Norfolk.  Brother  of  James 
(1620-1).  (Venn,  I.  22g.) 

LEWIS,  see  also  LODOWIC. 

LEWIS,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  June  29, 
1667.  S.  of  Mark.  B.  at  Polstead,  Suffolk.  School,  private. 
Brother  of  John  (1667)  and  Mark  (1662). 

LEWIS,  AMBROSE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  10,  1676.  Of 
Anglesey.   Matric.  1676;  Scholar,  1676. 

LEWYS,  AMOS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1572. 

LEWIS,  BERNARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  July  3,  1697.  S.  of 
George,  clerk.  B.  at  Abergwilly,  Carmarthen.  School, 
Abergwilly  (Mr  Maddocks).  Migrated  to  St  John's,  Oct.  2, 
1697,  age  18.  Matric.  1700;  B.A.  1700-1;  M.A.  1704.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  21,  1701.  'Of  Christ's,'  when  ord. 
priest  (York)  Sept.  1706.  R.  of  Thorpe  Bassett,  Yorks., 
1707-22.  R.  of  Orton  Longueville  with  Bottlebridge,  Hunts., 
1721-46.  R.  of  Warlingham,  Surrey,  1723.  Died  1746-  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1747.  Brother  of  Erasmus  (1690)  and  George  (1694). 
(Peile,  II.  140.) 

LEWES,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Mar.  25,  1674. 
Matric.  1674;  Scholar,  1676;  B.A.  1677-8;  M.A.  1681.  Ord. 
priest  (Lincoln)  May  29,  1681.  V.  of  Prestwold,  Leics.,  till 
1710.  Schoolmaster  there.  Died  Mar.  18,  1726,  aged  71. 
Buried  at  Quomdon,  Leics.   M.I.   (Nichols,  in.  359.) 

LEWIS,  CHRISTOPHER.  B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1576-7; 
M.A.  from  Queens',  1580.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln) 
Feb.  5,  1577-8.  V.  of  Gt  Stukeley,  Hunts.,  1585-7.  R.  of 
Saltfleetby  St  Peter,  Lines.,  1587-9- 

LEWIS,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1598. 

LEWIS,  DAVID.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Sx  John's,  June  13, 
1635.  S.  of  John,  Esq.,  of  Llangeler,  Carmarthen.  B.  there. 
School,  Shrewsbury  (Mr  Gittins). 

LEWYS,  ED.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1563. 

LEWES,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1580; 
B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1584-5. 

LEWIS,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sx  John's,  July  3, 
1719.  S.  of  John,  farmer,  of  Cheshire.  B.  at  Aldersey,  near 
Chester.  School,  Wrexham  (Mr  Appleton).  Matric.  1719; 
B.A.  1722-3;  M.A.  1726.  Perhaps  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1738. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.,  Litt.  dim.  from  Sarum)  Mar.  10, 1722-3 ; 
priest  (Oxford)  Sept.  19,  1725.  R.  of  Emmington,  Oxon., 
1725-84.  R.  of  Waterstock,  1726-84.  Chaplain  to  Earl 
Cadogan.  Author,  miscellaneous.  Died  Nov.  4,  1784.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1785.  M.I.  at  Waterstock.  (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  328; 
D.N.B.) 

LEWIS,  ERASMUS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  28, 
1690.  S.  of  George.  B.  at  Abercothy,  near  Carmarthen. 
School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1690;  Scholar,  1691;  B.A. 
1693-4.  Secretary  to  the  Ambassador  at  Paris,  1701;  to 
Robert  Harley,  1704;  and  secretary  at  Brussels,  1708.  M.P. 
for  Lostwithiel,  1713-4.  Friend  of  Swift  and  Pope.  Died 
Jan.  10,  1754.  Buried  in  Westminster  Abbey.  Brother  of 
George  (1694)  and  Bernard.   (D.N.B.;  Al.  Westmon.,  216.) 

LEWYS,  FELIX.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1563.  Of 
London.  Probably  matric.  from  Hart  Hall,  Oxford,  1568, 
age  25.  LL.B.  (Douay)  1568.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1572. 
D.C.L.  (Oxford)  1574.  Principal  of  New  Inn  Hall,  1571-5. 
Advocate,  1574-  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1592;  of  Bristol,  derk, 
LL.D.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

LEWIS,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  July  1,  1667. 
S.  of  John.  B.  at  Foxton,  Leics.  School,  Oakham. 


Lewis,  John 

LEWIS,  GEOFFREY  or  GRIFFITH.  D.D.  1575  (Incorp.  from 
Oxford).  B.A.  from  Christ  Church,  1562;  M.A.  1565-6;  B.D. 
1570;  D.D.  1574.  Preb.  of  Worcester.  Preb.  of  Westminster, 
1577.  Dean  of  Gloucester,  1594-1607.  Died  1607.  (Ath.Oxon.) 

LEWIS,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1565; 
B.A.  1568--9;  M.A.  1577.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Apr.  22,  1570. 
R.  of  Higham  Gobion,  Beds.,  1574-6.  R.  of  Welwyn,  Herts., 
1575-1606.   Died  Mar.  28,  1606,  aged  55.   Will,  P.C.C. 

LEWES,  GEORGE.   Matric.  sizar  from  Sx  John's,  Michs.  1567. 

LEWIS,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  July  7,  1681.  Of 
Bangor  diocese.  Matric.  1681;  B.A.  1684-5;  M.A.  1689.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Dec.  20,  1685;  priest,  Dec.  20,  1689. 
Perhaps  chaplain  to  the  East  India  Company  at  Fort  St 
George,  1692.  One  of  these  names  (M.A.)  Archdeacon  of 
Meath  and  R.  of  Kells,  1723-9.    Died  1729.    (H.  B.  Swanzy.) 

LEWIS,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity  Hall,  June  30,  1694, 
from  Oxford,  where  he  matric.  from  Jesus  College,  Dec.  14, 
1694.  S.  of  George,  clerk.  B.  at  Abergwilly,  Carmarthen. 
School,  Abergwilly  (Mr  Maddocks).  Migrated  to  St  John's, 
Dec.  24,  1694,  age  18.  Matric.  1695;  B.A.  1697-8;  M.A.  1707. 
V.  of  Westerham,  Kent,  1706-48.  R.  of  Hever,  1721.  Buried 
at  Westerham,  July  13,  1748.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1749-  Brother 
of  Erasmus  (1690)  and  Bernard  (1697),  father  of  Rowland 
(1745)-    (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LEWIS,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Apr.  29,  1720.  S.  of 
George,  R.  of  Dolgelly,  Merioneth.  Scholar,  1721;  Matric. 
1722;  B.A.  1723-4;  M.A.  1727.  Fellow,  1728-46.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  22,  1728.  Will  of  one  of  these  names 
(Archd.  Sarum)  1755 ;  of  Compton  Chamberlain,  Wilts.,  clerk. 

LEWES,  GRIFFIN  AP.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Michs. 
1552- 

LEWIS,  GRIFFITH  or  GRIFFIN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  c. 
1593;  B.A.  1595-6;  M.A.  1599.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1600. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Liddiard  Millicent,  Wilts.,  1604-14.  One  of 
these  names  V.  of  Olney,  Bucks.,  1604-11.  Buried  there, 
Apr.  13,  1611.   (Lipscomb,  iv.  306.) 

LEWIS,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1566.  Of 
Suffolk.  B.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1570-1;  M.A.  1574. 
Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  1571-9. 

LEWIS,  HOWELL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  May  30,  1687.  Of 
Gwredog,  Anglesey.   Matric.  1687. 

LEWIS,  HUGH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  Nov.  11, 
1696.  Of  Denbigh.  School,  Llanrwst,  Denbigh.  Matric.  1697; 
B.A.  1701-2. 

LEWIS,  HUGH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  15,  1715-6, 
from  Oxford  (perhaps  matric.  from  Christ  Church,  July  15, 
1712).  LL.B.  1718;  D.D.  1728  (Com.  Reg.).  Chaplain  to  the 
King,  1728-38.   Canon  of  Windsor,  1733-42. 

LEWIS,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  16,  1621. 
S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  Gt  Munden,  Herts.  School,  Felsted, 
Essex.  B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May 
16,  1628;  priest,  Feb.  15,  1629-30.  Probably  V.  of  Duston, 
Northants.,  1642.  C.  of  Passenhamin  1655.  (H.  I.  Longden.) 

LEWIS,  JEREMY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  i6o6.  S. 
of  John,  of  Dunmow,  Essex.   B.  there.   B.A.  1609-10;  M.A. 

1613.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  1613,  age  25;  priest,  Dec. 

1614.  V.  of  All  Saints',  Northampton,  1616-28.  Buried 
there  Jan.  9,  1627-8.  Will  (Archd.  Northants.)  1628.  Father 
of  the  next.  (H.  I.  Longden;  Peile,  i.  258,  confounds  him 
with  the  next.) 

LEWIS,  JEREMY.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1642.  Of  Essex.  S.  of  Jeremiah  (above).  Bapt.  at  AU 
Saints',  Northampton,  Sept.  25,  1623.  B.A.  1645-6;  M.A. 
1649.  V.  of  St  Giles',  Northampton,  1648-62;  ejected,  1662. 
Buried  at  St  Giles',  Dec.  29,  1662.  Will  (Archd.  Northants.) 
1663.    (H.  I.  Longden;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 

LEWYS,  JOHN.   B.A.  1459- 

LEWES,  JOHN.  Of  Jesus.  B.  at  Meyeltyme,  Carnarvon.  Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  May  26,  1566;  priest  (London)  1567.  V.  of 
Abbots  Langley,  Herts.,  1572-1626.  Died  Aug.  29,  1626, 
aged  80.  M.I.  at  Abbots  Langley.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1629. 
Possibly  father  of  Christopher  (1598).    (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LEWES,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1588.  Of 
Wales. 

LEWYS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  27,  1588. 
B.  in  St  Catherine's  Creechurch,  London.  Matric.  1588; 
Scholar;  B.A.  1592-3;  M.A.  1596.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest 
(London)  July  9,  1598,  age  29.  Perhaps  R.  of  St  Martin 
Outwich,  London,  1603-14.  One  of  these  names  (M.A.),  R.  of 
Barton -on -Humber,  1602-9.  K-  of  Waddingham,  Lines., 
1609-15.   Will  (Cons.  C.  London)  1614. 

LEWES,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  1596.  Of  Cardigan. 
Perhaps  of  Abemant  Bychan,  Cardigan;  adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  1598.   Called  to  the  Bar,  Oct.  10,  1614.   Died  1643. 

LEWIS,  JOHN.  Scholar  of  Magdalene,  Easter,  i6ii. 


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LEWIS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  June  26,  1614.  S.  of 
David  Lewes.  B.  in  St  Botolph's,  Bishopsgate.  Bapt.  there, 
Feb.  12,  1597-8.  Matric.  1614;  B.A.  1617-8;  M.A.  1621.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Sept.  20,  1618,  age  22;  C.  of  St  Albans, 
Herts.;  priest,  Dec.  20,  1618.  Author,  Melchizedech's  Anti- 
type, etc.,  1624. 

LEWIS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  5, 1634.  OfDenbighs., 
Wales.  Matric.  1634.  Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  18, 
1641,  as  'B.A.  of  Jesus  College.' 

LEWIS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  23, 
1647.  S.  of  Howel,  gent.,  of  Anglesey.  B.  there.  School, 
Arnlwch  (Mr  Humphreys).  B.A.  1650-1 ;  M.A.  1654.  Perhajjs 
brother  of  Owen  (1650),  etc. 

LEWIS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Sidney,  June  29,  1667. 
S.  of  Mark.  B.  at  Polstead,  Suffolk.  School,  private.  Brother 
of  Mark  (1662)  and  Abraham  (1667). 

LEWIS,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1712.  S.  of  John, 
wine  cooper,  of  St  Nicholas  parish,  Bristol.  B.  there,  Aug.  29, 
1675.  Schools,  Wimbome,  Poole  (Mr  John  Russell)  and 
Ratcliff  Cross,  Wapping.  Matric.  from  Exeter  College, 
Oxford,  Mar.  30,  1694,  age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1697.  R.  of 
Acryse,  Kent.  1699-1706.  V.  of  St  John,  Margate,  1705-47. 
R.  of  Eastbridge  and  Saltwood,  1706-9.  V.  of  Minster,  1709- 
47.  Master  of  Eastbridge  Hospital,  Canterbury.  Author, 
biographical  and  topographical.  Married,  at  Canterbury 
Cathedral,  July  11,  1709,  Mary  Knowler  (sic),  of  St  George's, 
Canterbury.  Died  Jan.  16,  1746-7.  Buried  at  Minster. 
(D.N.B.;  A!.  Oxon.;  Masters,  337;  App.,  102;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LEWIS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Pembroke,  May  8, 
1717.  S.  of  William,  of  Laxfield,  Suffolk,  gent.  Matric.  1717; 
B.A.  1721-2.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  1725.  V.  of 
Benhall,  Suffolk,  1725.   R.  of  Stemfield,  1733. 

LEWIS,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Queens',  1738.  S.  of  William,  of 
St  John's,  Hackney,  Middlesex,  gent.  Matric.  from  Queen's 
College,  Oxford,  May  14,  1719,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1722. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Feb.  11,  1 720-1.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

LEWIS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  25,  1740.  Of  Llyn, 
Arvoniae,  Carnarvon.  Matric.  1740;  B.A.  1743-4.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  1749;  C.  of  Boyton,  Suffolk;  priest, 
Sept.  1750.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Birdbrook,  Essex, 
1759-71. 

LEWIS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  July  5,  1744.  S.  of  John, 
of  Benhall,  Suffolk.  School,  Bury.  Matric.  1745-6;  Scholar, 
1746;  B.A.  1747-8;  M.A.  1759.  One  of  these  names  V.  of 
North  Ferriby,  Yorks.,  1766-86.  Perhaps  chaplain  of  H.M.S. 
Culloden;  wiU  (P.C.C.)  1786. 

LEWIS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  July  7,  1744.  Of 
Middlesex.  Matric.  1745-6;  B.A.  1748-9;  M.A.  1752;  B.D. 
1761.  Fellow,  1749-64.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  June  17,  1753. 
V.  of  Sandon,  Essex.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1800. 

LEWES,  JOSEPH.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  3, 

1679.  S.  of  Griffith,  gent.  B.  at  Salisbury.  School,  Salisbury 
(Mr  Hardwick).    Matric.  1680.    Migrated  to  Jesus,  May  3, 

1680.  B.A.  1682-3. 

LEWIS,  LEWIS.   M.A.   Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  1398. 

LEWIS,  LEWIS.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1572-3.  Ord.  deacon 
(Ely)  Apr.  17,  1575,  age  24;  of  Duxford,  Cambs. 

LEWIS,  LEWIS.  Adm.  sizarat  Queens',  Oct.  9,  1601.  Of  Wales. 
B.  at  Lampeter  Velfry,  Pembroke.  B.A.  (?  1602-3) ;  M-A.  1606. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Feb.  17,  1610-1,  age  29. 

LEWIS,  LEWIS.  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1642.  S.  of  Richard,  of 
St  Mary's,  Anglesey,  pleb.  Matric.  from  Jesus  College, 
Oxford,  Sept.  8,  1634,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1637.  One  of 
these  names  V.  of  Llandysilio,  Cardigans.,  1646. 

LEWIS,  LEWIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  Apr.  16, 
1698.  S.  of  William,  clerk.  B.  at  Towyn,  Merioneth.  School, 
Ruthin, Co.  Denbigh.  Matric.  1698;  B.A.  1701-2.  PerhapsC. 
of  Selattyn,  1713;  R.  of  Bodfari,  Denbs.,  1726-8;  R.  of  Bettws- 
Gwerfyl-Goch,  1728-55.   (D.  R.  Thomas,  St  Asaph,  11.  6.) 

LEWIS,  LEWIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  June  27,  1719. 
S.  of  David,  of  Dolgelly,  Merioneth.  School,  Whitchurch, 
Shropshire  (Mr  Hughes).  Matric.  1719;  B.A.  1722-3.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  1722-3.  Master  of  Cavendish  School, 
Suffolk,  in  1723. 

LEWIS,  LEWIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  24, 
1724.  S.  of  Edward,  gent.,  of  Wales.  B.  at  Machynlleth. 
School,  Llanegryn  (Mr  Edwards).  Matric.  1724.  One  of  these 
names  chaplain  in  the  Navy,  1733-8. 

LEWIS,  MARK.  Adm.  sizar  (age  14)  at  Christ's,  Dec.  31,  1662. 
S.  of  Mark,  D.D.  (probably  R.  of  Benefield,  Northants., 
1676-81).  B.  at  Norwich.  Educated  by  his  father.  Migrated 
as  pens,  to  Sidney,  Feb.  11,  1665-6.  B.A.  1666-7;  M.A.  1670. 
Signed  for  deacon's  orders  (London)  Oct.  13,  1672.  V.  of 
Stansted  Mountfitchet,  Essex,  1676-82.  R.  of  Benefield, 
Northants.,  1681-1714.  Brother  of  Abraham  (1667)  and 
John  (1667),  father  of  William  (1683-4)  and  doubtless  of  the 

V.A.C.  III. 


Lewis,  Rowland 

next.  (For  an  account  of  a  schoolmaster  and  financial  and 
miscellaneous  writer,  of  these  names,  see  D.N.B.)  {Peile,  1. 
600;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

LEWIS,  MARK.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  July  4,  1698.  Of 
Northamptonshire.  Doubtless  s.  of  the  last.  Matric.  1699; 
Scholar,  1699;  B.A.  1702-3;  M.A.  1707.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  19,  1703;  priest,  Sept.  19,  1708.  C.  of  Bene- 
field, 1703;  R.  1715-24.  Died  1724.   (H.  I.  Longden.) 

LEWIS,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  May  2, 
1645.  S.  of  John,  deceased.  B.  at  Ely.  School,  Ely. 

LEWES,  OWEN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1568;  B.A. 
1571-2.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Dec.  21,  1574,  age  40.  'c.  of 
Haverhill,  Suffolk.  Perhaps  R.  of  Shere,  Surrey,  1581-1612. 
One  of  these  names  R.  of  Lassington,  Gloucs.,  1576-83,  when 
he  resigned.   Died  Oct.  26,  1612. 

LEWES,  OWEN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1614. 

LEWIS,  OWEN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  21, 
1650.  S.  of  Howel,  of  Anglesey.  B.  at  Amlwch.  School, 
Llanelian,  Anglesey.  B.A.  1653-4.  Brother  of  Pierce  (1653), 
Robert  (1656),  William  (1659)  and  perhaps  John  (1647). 

LEWES,  PETER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1568; 
B.A.  1573-4-  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Bumham,  Essex, 
1583-1619.  Died  1619. 

LEWIS,  PIERCE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  June  14, 
1653.  S.  of  Howell,  of  Amlwch,  Anglesey.  B.  there.  School, 
Amlwch  (Mr  Hugh  Humfrey).  Matric.  1653;  B.A.  1656-7; 
M.A.  1660.  V.  of  Highaun,  Kent,  1660-5.  Brother  of  Owen 
(1650),  Robert  (1656)  and  William  (1659).  (The  Chancellor 
of  Bangor  was  an  Oxford  contemporary.) 

LEWES,  RICHARD.  Student  at  Jesus,  c.  1535. 

LEWIS,  RICHARD.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1569. 

LEWES,  RICHARD.  M.A.  1579  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Lewis,  of  Llanaber,  Merioneth.  Matric.  from  Hart  Hall,  1572, 
age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1573-4;  M.A.  1575-6;  B.D.  1584;  D.D. 
1594.  R.  of  Kelmarsh,  Northants.,  1579-1620.  V.  of 
Brackley,  1600-20.  Author,  Sermon.  Buried  at  Brackley, 
Dec.  18,  1620.  Father  of  William  (1609).  (Cooper,  11.  174; 
Al.  Oxon.;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

LEWES,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  7,  1592.  Of 
Suffolk.   Matric.  1592. 

LEWIS,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1597. 
Of  Cardiganshire. 

LEWIS,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Lent,  1597-8. 
Perhaps  2nd  s.  of  John,  of  Marr,  Yorks.,  Esq.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  June  i6,  1600.  Married  Jane,  dau.  of  Gervase 
Brinsley,  of  Brinsley,  Notts.  Died  1661.  Perhaps  brother  of 
Thomas  (c.  1595).  {Surtees  Soc,  xxxvi.  290;  Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 

LEWIS,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  22, 
1668-9.  S.  of  Lewis,  of  Montgom.  B.  there.  School, 
Shrewsbury  (Mr  Chaloner).   Matric.  1669;  B.A.  1672-3. 

LEWIS,  RICHARD.  M.A.  from  King's,  1744.  S.  of  Thomas,  of 
St  Nicholas,  Glamorgan.  Matric.  from  Jesus  College,  Oxford, 
Dec.  16,  1728,  age  19;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1732.  Perhaps  V.  of 
BuckereU,  Devon,  and  R.  of  Tiddington,  Somerset.  (Al.  Oxon.) 

LEWES,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Feb.  6, 
1568-9.  S.  of  John,  of  Lydd,  Kent,  deceased.  School, 
Colchester.  Matric.  1569;  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1571-2; 
M.A.  from  Caius,  1575.  Probably  ord.  priest  (Rochester) 
Feb.  17,  1572-3.  V.  of  St  Peter,  Colchester,  1579-89.  In 
1581  he  was  confined  in  Newgate  for  nonconformity.  R.  of 
Rushbrooke,  Suffolk,  1598-1618.  One  of  these  names  R.  of 
Markshall,  Essex,  1572-82.  Bviried  at  Rushbrooke,  Mar.  10, 
1617-8.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1618.  His  widow  gave  by  will,  1620, 
£100  to  St  John's  for  a  scholarship.  (Venn,  i.  64;  Cooper,  iii. 
17.) 

LEWIS,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  July  i, 
1656.  S.  of  Howell,  gent.  B.  at  Amlwch,  Anglesey.  School, 
Amlwch  (Mr  Humphreys).  Matric.  1656.  Died  in  College. 
Buried  at  All  Saints',  Cambridge,  July  9,  1658.  Brother  of 
Owen  (1650),  Pierce  (1653)  and  WUliam  (1659). 

LEWIS,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Mar.  10,  1674-5.  Of 
Anglesey.   Matric.  1674-5;  Scholar,  1674-5. 

LEWIS,  ROBERT.  M.A.  from  King's,  1738.  S.  of  Charles,  of 
Disserth,  Brecon.  Matric.  from  Jesus  College,  Oxford,  Feb. 
17,  1729-30,  age  i8;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1733. 

LEWES,  ROGER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1589;  B.A. 
1596-7.  One  of  these  names  P.C.  of  St  Laurence,  New 
Brentford.  Buried  there  Dec.  20,  1613. 

LEWIS,  ROWLAND.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i8)  at  St  John's,  July  i, 
1745.  S.  of  George  (1694),  clerk,  V.  of  Westerham,  Kent. 
Bapt.  there,  Nov.  30,  1727.  School,  Westminster.  Matric. 
1746;  B.A.  1749-50.  Ord.  deacon  (Rochester)  Apr.  i,  1750; 
priest  (Lichfield)  Dec.  22,  1751.  R.  of  Perivale,  Middlesex, 
1752-83.  Died  Mar.  19,  1783.  Will,  P.C.C.  (Scott-Mayor,iu. 
553;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 

Si  6 


Lewis,  Samuel 

LEWES,  SAMUEL.    Matric.  pens,  from  Sidney,  Easter,  1606; 

B.A.  1609-10;  M.A.  1613. 
LEWIS,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  30, 

1738.  S.  of  Samuel,  blacksmith,  of  Suffolk,  and  Mary  Thome. 

B.  at  Stratford.  School,  Dedham,  Essex  (Mr  Grimwood). 
Matric.  1739;  B.A.  1741-2.  One  of  these  names,  of  Leostoff, 
Suffolk,  Esq.   Died  Dec.  22,  1752.   (G.  Mag.) 

LEWIS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  16,  1546.  Of  Henley,  Oxon.  B.A.  1550-1;  M.A. 
1554.  Fellow,  1549-60.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Little 
Brickhill,  Bucks.,  1579-98.   Buried  there. 

LEWES,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1560. 

LEWES,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1584. 

LEWYS,  THOMAS.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St  John's,  c.  1595. 
Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Marr,  Yorks.,  Esq.,  deceased. 
If  so,  married  Jane,  dau.  of  Edward  Munday,  of  Marketou, 
Derbs.,  Esq.  Died  1663.  Perhaps  brother  of  Richard  (i597) 
and  father  of  Thomas  (1627).  {Surtees  Soc,  xxxvi.  290; 
Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 

LEWES,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  King's,  1606  (Incorp.  from 
Oxford).  Probably  of  Co.  Brecon,  pleb.  Matric.  from  Jesus 
College,  Oxford,  Nov.  8,  1594,  age  16;  B.A.  1601.  R.  of 
Talachddu,  1602.   V.  of  Merthyr  Cynog,  Brecon,  1604. 

LEWIS,  THOMAS.    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1627.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas  (c.  i595).  of  Marr, 
Yorks.,  Esq.;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  15,  1628.  He  died 
s.p.  Sept.  1634.   {Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 

LEWIS,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1646. 
Of  Wiltshire.  School,  Heddington,  Wilts.  Migrated  to 
Oxford.   B.A.  (St  John's,  Oxford)  1648-9. 

LEWIS,  TRISTRAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1578;  Scholar,  1581-5;  B.A.  1581-2;  M.A.  1585.  Ord.  deacon 
and  priest  (Peterb.)  July  15,  1587.  Married  Mary  Gresby, 
of  Hull,  widow,  1592.   {T.  A.  Walker.) 

LEWIS,  WALTER.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Mar.  21,  1711-2. 
Of  Carmarthen.  Matric.  1712;  B.A.  1715-6-  Ord.  deacon 
(Llandaff,  at  Hereford)  May  27,  1716. 

LEWES  or  LUVS,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  1539-40;  M.A.  1543.  Per- 
haps V.  of  Winslow,  Herts.,  1558;  died  1565;  or  V.  of  Steeple, 
Essex,  1585;  died  1586.   {Cooper,  11.  6;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LEWIS,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  from  Pembroke,  1576-7;  probably 
M.A.  from  Magdalene,  1589.    Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Apr.  1580; 

C.  of  Keddington,  Suffolk,  age  23;  of  Magdalene  College, 
when  ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Dec.  21,  1582.  C.  of  Harston, 
Cambs.,  1583.  V.  of  St  Mary,  Newmarket,  1585-1616. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Kennett,  Cambs.,  1607. 

LEWIS,  WILLIAM.   LL.B.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1578. 

LEWES,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1584;B.A.  1587-8.  One  of  these  names,  of  Parkesey[Parc-isaf, 
Llanfrothen],  Merioneth,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  7,  1592. 

LEWIS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  13,  1603-4; 
Scholar;  B.A.  1607-8;  M.A.  1613.  Perhaps  V.  of  Foxton, 
Leics.,  1615.  One  of  these  names  (M.A.),  V.  of  Childwall, 
Lanes.,  1632;  ejected,  c.  1642.  Dean  of  Warrington,  1640. 
Probably  buried  at  Childwall,  Jan.  6,  1659-60.  (Victoria  Co, 
Hist.  Lanes.,  iil.  106.) 

LEWIS,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  1609  (Incorp.  from  Oxford);  D.D. 
1629.  S.  of  Richard  (1579),  of  Co.  Merioneth.  B.A.  from 
Hart  Hall,  O.xford,  i6o8;  M.A.  1612;  D.D.  1627.  Fellow  of 
Oriel,  1608.  Provost,  1618-21.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  12, 
1617.  Preb.  of  Winchester,  1626.  Chaplain  and  secretary  to 
George  Villiers,  Duke  of  Buckingham,  1627-8.  Master  of  the 
Hospital  of  St  Cross,  1628-43,  1660-7.  Chaplain  to  Charles  I, 

1628.  R.  of  East  Woodhay,  Hants.,  1631.  Lost  his  prefer- 
ments during  the  rebellion,  but  restored  in  1660.  Died  July  7, 
1667.   Will,  P.C.C.   {Al.  OxoK.;  D.N.B.) 

LEWIS,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1622; 
B.A.  1625-6.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Holbeach,  Lines., 
1627-9. 

LEWIS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  5,  1647.  Of 
Anglesey.  Matric.  1646;  B.A.  1650-1;  M.A.  1654;  B.D.  1661, 
One  of  these  names  (M.A.),  precentor  of  Bangor,  1660-70. 
R.  of  Llanvaethlu  and  Rhoscolyn,  Anglesey.  Died  1670. 
Buried  at  Llanvaethlu.  (Browne  Willis,  Bangor,  166;  A  I. 
Oxon.  confuses  him  with  the  next.) 

LEWIS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  17, 
1659.  From  Jesus,  Oxford,  where  he  had  been  adm.  Mar.  18, 
1657-8.  S.  of  Howel,  of  Anglesey.  School,  Beaumaris  (Mr 
Williams).  Matric.  1660;  B.A.  1661-2;  M.A.  from  Jesus, 
1665;  LL.D.  1679.  Fellow  of  Jesus,  1663-87.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1669.  V.  of  All  Saints',  Cambridge,  1670.  V.  of 
Comberton,  Cambs.,  1679.  Died  1687.  Buried  in  the  College 
Chapel,  Aug.  16.  Brother  of  Owen  (1650),  Pierce  (1653)  and 
Robert  (1656).    (A.  Gray.) 


Lewknor,  Thomas 

LEWIS,  WILLIAM.  D.D.  1671  (Incorp.  from  Trinity  College, 
Dublin). 

LEWIS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  Feb.  28,  1683-4. 
S.  of  Mark  (1662),  R.  of  Benefield,  Northants.  School, 
private.   Matric.  1683-4;  B.A.  1687-8. 

LEWIS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  22, 
1684.  S.  of  WiUiam,  gent.  B.  at  Ross,  Hereford.  School, 
Hereford  (Mr  Harvey).   Matric.  1684. 

LEWIS,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  King's,  1716;  D.D.  1729- 
Probably  s.  of  William,  of  Glastonbury,  Radnor.  Matric. 
from  Jesus  College,  Oxford,  Mar.  18,  1699-1700;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1703-4.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

LEWIS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  15, 
1730.  Previously  matric.  from  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  Oct. 
14,  1725,  age  17.  Doubtless  s.  of  William,  of  Richmond, 
Surrey,  brewer.  Bapt.  there,  June  20,  1708.  Matric.  1731; 
M.B.  1731.  F.R.S.,  1745.  Buried  at  Richmond,  Jan.  27, 
1781.  Will  (P.C.C),  as  of  Kingston-on-Thames.  (J.  Ch. 
Smith.) 

LEWES,  Prior  of.  B.Can.L.  1459-60.  Grace  for  Doctor  next 
year.   Presumably  John  Danyel.   {Dugdale,  v.  6.) 

LEWYS  or  LOWES, .   M.Gram.  1502. 

LEWES, .  Fellow  of  King's  Hall,  1517-8.   Perhaps  Henry 

Lewis,  V.  of  Grantchester,  1488.   Died  Apr.  1524. 

LEWYS, .   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1546. 

LEWYS,  (junior).    Adm.  at  Peterhouse,  Oct.  14,  1581. 

(Lewys  {senior)  was  Tristram.)   {T.  A.  Walker.) 

LEWIS, .  M.A.  1615  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 

LEWIS, .  Adm.  at  Pembroke,  1647-8. 

LEWKENOR,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1559.  Of  Sussex.  Doubtless  s.  of  Edward  (and  brother  of 
the  next).  B.A.  1562-3.  Fellow,  1563.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1566.  M.A.  (Oxford)  1567.  Fellow  of  Exeter  College,  1566- 
77.    {Cooper,  I.  251.) 

LEWKENOR,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1559.  S.  of  Edward,  of  Kingston  Bowey,  Sussex.  B.A. 
1560-1.  Fellow,  1561-3.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  7, 
1563.  M.P.  for  Tamworth,  1571;  for  Shoreham,  1572;  for 
Maiden,  1585,  1586,  1592-3;  for  Newport,  Cornwall,  1597, 
and  1603-4.  Knighted,  1603.  Married  Susan,  dau.  of  Thomas 
Higham,  of  Higham  Hall,  Suffolk.  Died  at  Denham  Hall, 
Suffolk,  Sept.  19,  1605.  Father  of  the  next  and  of  Robert 
(1604).   {Cooper,  II.  411;  Sussex  Archaeol.  Coll.,  in.  102.) 

LEWKNOR,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  7, 
1599.  S.  of  Sir  Edward  (above).  B.A.  160.4-5.  Knighted. 
M.P.  for  West  Looe,  1614.  Of  Denham  Hall,  Suffolk.  Buried 
at  Denham,  May  3,  1618.   Father  of  the  next. 

LEWKNOR,  EDWARD.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Christ's, 
Nov.  11,  1629.  S.  of  Sir  Edward  (above).  B.  at  Denham, 
Suffolk,  Feb.  11,  1613-4.  Educated  at  home  (Mr  Sayring). 
Matric.  1631.  Married,  1633,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir  William 
Russell,  of  Chippenham.  Died  of  small-pox,  Dec.  1634. 
Buried  at  Denham.  M.I.  there.  {Peile,  i.  402;  S.  A.  H. 
Hervey,  Denham.) 

LEWKNOR,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1632.  Of  Kent.  Doubtless  s.  of  Sir  Robert  (1604),  of 
Acryse.    Brothei  of  thp  next.    {Hasted,  in.  347.) 

LEWKNER,  HAMOND.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  14)  at  Sidney, 
Tune  8,  1627.  Of  Kent.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Robert  (1604),  Knt. 
Schools,  Sutton  (Mr  Nich.  Brett)  and  private  (Mr  Allyn). 
.•\dm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  7,  1630-1.  Died  1637.  Buried  at 
St  George's,  Canterbury.  Brother  of  Edward  (above)  and 
father  of  Robert  (1654). 

LEWKNOR,  Sir  LEWIS.  M.A.  of  Cambridge  (according  to 
Al.Oxon.).  S.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Shelley,  Suffolk.  Student 
of  the  Middle  Temple,  1579-  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1624.  M.P. 
for  Midhurst,  1597-8;  for  Bridgnorth,  1604-11.  Knighted, 
Apr.  22,  1603.  Master  of  the  Ceremonies  to  James  I.  Died 
1626.    {Al.  Oxon.) 

LEWKNOR,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  3,  1604. 
Doubtless  s.  of  Sir  Edward  (1559).  Bapt.  at  Denham,  Suffolk, 
Sept.  1,  1588.  Knighted,  Jan.  25,  1607-8.  Sheriff  of  Kent, 
1631.  Of  Acryse.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Alexander  Haniond, 
of  Acryse,  Kent.  Died  1636.  Buried  at  Acryse.  Father  of 
Haraond  (1627)  and  of  Edward  (1632),  brother  of  Edward 
(1599).   {T.  A.  Walker;  Hasted,  in.  347) 

LEWKNER,  ROBERT.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Peter- 
house, June  30,  1654.  S.of  Hamond(i627),  of  Acryse,  Kent, 
Esq.  School,  Wye,  Kent.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  29,  1654. 

LEWKENER,  STEWARD.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1650.  Of 
Kent.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  12,  1652,  as  of  Rochester, 
Esq. 

LEWKNER,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent, 
1557-8;  B.A.  1562-3. 


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Lewknor,  Thomas 

LUKENER,  THOMAS.   M.A.  1612-3  (on  King's  visit). 

LEWLING,  NELSON.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  30,  1650. 

Of  Essex.   Scholar,  1651;  Matric.  1653;  B.A.  1653-4;  M.A. 

1657. 

LEWNERY, .  Adm.  sizar  at  King's,  Easter,  1570. 

LEWNTHORP,  JOHN.   B.Civ.L.  1492-3. 

LEWOOD,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  10,  1596. 

Matric.  c.  1597. 
LEWTHWAIT,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Oct.  13,  1594. 

Of  Cumberland.   Matric.  1594;  B.A.  1599-1600;  M.A.  1603. 

Incorp.  at  Oxford,   1606.    R.  of  Carlton,  Suffolk,   1607-9. 

V.  of  Stow  Bedon,  Norfolk,  1608.   R.  of  Rockland  St  Peter. 

Father  of  the  next. 

LEWTHWAITE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Feb. 
19,  1628-9.  S.  of  John  (above),  R.  of  Rockland  St  Peter, 
Norfolk.  Taught  by  Mr  Cockerell.  Matric.  1629;  B.A.  1632-3, 
M.A.  1636.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  23,  1632;  priest, 
Sept.  25,  1636.  C.  of  St  Mary,  Norwich,  1637.  V.  of  Wighton, 
Norfolk  (where  he  subscribes  the  Bishop's  book,  Feb.  27, 
1645-6),  1646-58.  R.  of  Hardwick,  1658.  C.  of  Pulham  St 
Mary,  1664.  R.  of  Easton  Bavents,  Suffolk,  1666.  R.  of 
Starston,  Norfolk,  1669-72.  R.  of  Withersdale,  Suffolk, 
1673-80.  Licensed  to  teach  grammar  at  Metfield,  1674.  C.  of 
Reedham,  Norfolk;  and  Metfield,  Suffolk,  1676.  Author, 
Sermons,  etc.  Buried  at  Withersdale,  Apr.  8,  1680.  Will 
(Norwich  C.C.)  1680;  of  Pulham,  clerk.   {Venn,  i.  287.) 

LEXHAM,  THOMAS  DE.  Will  proved  (Lambeth)  1382,  as  'of 
Clare  Hall.'  Canon  of  Hereford.  Of  Feltwell,  Norfolk,  and 
of  Timworth,  Suffolk. 

LEYBORN,  see  LAYBORN. 

LEYCROFT  or  LAYCROFT,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar 
from  Eton,  1468;  B.A.;  M.A.  1474-5.  Proctor,  1478-9. 
Died  fellow. 

LEYCROFT, .   Cautio  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1487-8. 

LEYDULPH,  HENRY.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1497.  Of  Salisbury.  Left  as  scholar. 

LEYLAND,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  June  30, 
1718.   Of  Winwick,  Lanes.   Matric.  1719;  B.A.  1722-3. 

LEYLAND,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  Jesus,  1675-6.  Ord.  deacon 
(York)  Sept.  1676. 

LEYLAND,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Nov.  24, 
1732.  S.  of  William,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at  Grassington.  School, 
Threshfield  (Mr  Marshall).  Matric.  1733;  B.A.  1736-7.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  25;  priest,  Dec.  18,  1737.  V.  of 
Normanton,  Yorks.,  1742-64. 

LEYLAND,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June 
21,  1718.  S.  of  John,  husbandman,  of  Lancashire.  B.  at 
Kellamergh,  near  Kirkham.  Bapt.  at  Kirkham,  Apr.  30, 
1699.  School,  Kellamergh  (Mr  Taylor).  Matric.  1717;  B.A. 
1721-2;  M.A.  1733.  Ord.  priest  (Ely,  Litt.  dim.  from 
Chichester)  Feb.  20,  1724-5.  V.  of  West  Dean,  Sussex,  1728- 
63.  R.  of  Singleton,  1743-63.  {Scott-Mayor,  iii.  319;  E. 
Axon.) 

LEYNS,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1547. 

LEYS,  ALEXANDER.  Carmelite  at  Cambridge.  Ord.  deacon 
(Ely)  Dec.  21,  1454;  priest,  Apr.  5,  1455. 

LEYSMAN,  HENRY.  'LL.B.  of  Cambridge';  supp.  for  Incorp. 
at  Oxford,  1507. 

LEYSTON,  ROBERT.  B.A.  1470-r. 

LIBANUS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  June  9,  1682. 
(Previously  matric.  from  St  Mary  HaU,  Oxford,  May  14, 
1678,  age  15.)  S.  of  Wenceslaus,  of  Moravia,  clerk  (V.  of 
Walpole  St  Peter,  Norfolk).  B.A.  1682-3;  M.A.  1687.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  June  29,  1682.  V.  of  Ashwell,  Herts.,  1688- 
1709.   Died  1709.   Father  of  the  next. 

LIBANUS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  May  7,  1709. 
S.  of  John  (above).  B.  at  Ashwell,  Herts.  School,  Bunting- 
ford  (Mr  England).  Matric.  1710;  Scholar,  1710;  B.A. 
1712-3;  M.A.  1716.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  June  12,  1715;  priest, 
Sept.  21,  1718.  V.  of  Witcham,  Cambs.,  1720.  V.  of  Witch- 
ford,  1733.  Chaplain  to  Lord  Willoughby  de  Broke.  Died 
before  Dec.  1746.   Father  of  the  next.   (Peile,  ii.  172-3.) 

LIBANUS,  PYERS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse,  May  13, 
1741.  Of  Cambridgeshire.  S.  of  John  (above).  School, 
Haddenham.  Scholar,  1741;  Matric.  pens.  Michs.  1743;  B.A. 
1744-5;  M.A.  1748.  Fellow,  1747.  Moderator,  1749-50. 
Taxor,  1750.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  1746.  {T.  A.  Walker, 
279-) 

LIBREY,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1646. 

LICHFIELD,  EDMUND.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1451.  Of  Nottingham.  Proceeded  to  M.A.  'Distracted  in 
his  mind.'    {Harwood.) 


LiDDALL,  Thomas 

LICHFIELD,  EDMUND.  B.D.  1469-70;  D.D.  1493-4.  Chaplain 

to  Cardinal .   R.  of  St  Vedast,  London,  1467-79.   Preb. 

of  Lincoln,  1472-83.   Preb.  of  Lichfield,  1474-5.   Chancellor 

of  Chichester,  1478-83. 
LYCHEFIELD,  EDWARD.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1593; 

Scholar;  B.A.  159^-7;  M.A.  1600.  Fellow,  1599.   {Cooper,  11. 

305,  552-) 
LITCHFIELD,  HENRY.    Adm.  pens,  at  King's,  Michs.  1631. 

Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  25,  1642.   C.  of  Barton  Mills, 

Suffolk. 
LICHFIELD,  JOHN.    Fee  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,   1467-8. 

Perhaps  R.  of  Homsey,  Middlesex,  1472-83;  R.  of  Theydon 

Gamon,  Essex,  1482-1503. 

LICHFIELD,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1704.  Of 
Nottinghamshire.   Matric.  1704;  M.B.  1711. 

LICHFIELD,  RICHARD.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1479;  B.A.  1482-3;  M.A.  i486.  Probably  resident  in  Corpus 
Christi,  in  1487.  Perhaps  R.  of  Much  Wakering,  Essex,  1489. 

LICHFIELD,  THOMAS  of.   M.A.   Benefactor  to  the  University. 

LICHFIELD,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  fellow  of  Peterhouse  as  B.A., 
Dec.  13,  1404;  proceeded  to  M.A.  and  D.D.  Fellow,  till  1422. 
R.  of  AH  HaUows-the-Great,  London,  1425-47.  R.  of  St 
Mary  Magdalen,  Old  Fish  Street,  1441-7.  One  of  those 
nominated  by  William  Bingham  for  founding  God's  House, 
afterwards  Christ's  College.  A  famous  preacher,  and  known 
as  a  poet.  Gave  a  MS.  to  Peterhouse,  in  1418,  and  left  money 
to  the  College  for  a  '  chest.'  One  of  his  MS.  poems  is  in  Caius 
Library.  Died  Oct.  24,  1447.  Buried  in  All  Hallows  Church. 
M.I.    (D.N.B.;  T.  A.  Walker.) 

LICKBARROW,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Michs. 
1620;  B.A.  1624-5,  as  Ligborough.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept. 
1625. 

LICKBARROW,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
June  12,  1699.  S.  of  Peter,  deceased.  B.  at  Sedbergh,  Yorks. 
School,  Sedbergh  (Mr  Wharton).   Matric.  1699. 

LIDDELL,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  25,  1605. 
B.  at  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Matric.  1606;  Scholar;  B.A.  1609- 
10;  M.A.  1613.  Fellow,  1612-g.  Will  of  one  of  these  names 
(P.C.C.)  1627;  minister  at  Colchester. 

LYDDELL,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Oct.  21, 
1672.  4th  s.  of  Sir  Thomas,  Knt.,  of  Ravensworth  Castle, 
Durham.  B.  at  Lamesley,  May  21,  1655.  Schools,  Morpeth 
(Mr  Spink)  and  Rathmell,  Yorks.  (Mr  R.  Frankland).  Matric. 
1672.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Apr.  25,  1678.  Living, 
1697.    {Peile,  II.  45;  E.  Axon.) 

LIDDELL,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Peterhouse,  May  3, 
1636.  Afterwards  Fell. -Com.  1638-9.  S.  of  Sir  Thomas,  1st 
Bart.,  of  Ravensworth,  Durham.  Bapt.  at  Lamesley,  Oct.  23, 
1623.  B.A.  1639-40  as  "Siddall."  Living,  1646.  Brother 
of  Thomas  (1619).  {T.  A.  Walker,  55;  H.  M.  Wood;  Surtees 
Soc,  II.  212.) 

LYDDALL,  HENRY.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Christ's,  1689.  Re- 
sided a  year.  3rd  s.  of  Sir  Henry,  of  Ravensworth  Castle. 
Inherited  Carbrook  through  his  mother.    Died  s.p. 

LIDDELL,  Sir  HENRY,  Bart.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Peter- 
house, Nov.  22,  1725.  S.  of  Thomas  (and  grandson  of  Sir 
Henry,  3rd  Bart.).  Bapt.  at  Lamesley,  Aug.  i,  1708.  School, 
Hackney.  M.A.  1729.  Succeeded  as  4th  Bart.,  Sept.  1,  1723. 
M.P.  for  Morpeth,  1734-47.  Created  ist  Baron  Ravensworth, 
June  29,  1747.  Buried  at  Lamesley,  Durham,  Feb.  8,  1784. 
{G.E.C.) 

LIDDELL,  JOHN,  alias  BRIGHT  (1689),  see  BRIGHT. 

LYDALL,  RICHARD.  M.A.  1650  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
John,  of  Uxmore,  Oxon.,  gent.  Apparently  he  had  been 
elected  scholar  at  Trinity,  Cambridge,  from  Westminster, 
1635.  Matric.  from  Oriel  College,  Oxford,  Jan.  19,  1637-8, 
age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1641;  M.A.  (Merton)  1647;  M.B.  1656; 
M.D.  1657.  Fellow  of  Merton,  1641.  Warden,  1693-1704. 
Linacre  reader.  Served  in  the  Royalist  army  during  the  war. 
Died  Mar.  5,  1703-4.   {Al.  Oxon.;  Vis.  of  Berks.,  1665.) 

LYDDALL,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  26, 
1619.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  Thomas,  of  Ravensworth 
Castle,  Durham.  Bapt.  at  Lamesley,  Oct.  27,  1603.  Matric. 
1619.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  15,  1619-20.  Knighted, 
before  1626.  Created  Bart.,  Nov.  2,  1642.  Zealous  Royalist. 
Defended  Newcastle  against  the  Scots.  Died  1650.  Father  of 
the  next.  (H.  M.  Wood;  G.E.C;  Surtees,  11.  212,  where 
father  and  son  appear  to  be  confused.) 

LYDDALL,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  14)  at  Christ's, 
1640-1.  S.  of  Sir  Thomas  (above),  of  Ravensworth.  B.  at 
Newccistle.  Bapt.  at  St  Nicholas,  Mar.  20,  1625-6.  School, 
Newcastle.  Matric.  1641.  Succeeded  as  Bart.,  1650.  Of 
Ravensworth  Castle.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  Henry  Vane, 
of  Raby.  Buried  at  Lamesley,  Nov.  23,  1697.  {Peile,  i.  474; 
H.  M.  Wood.) 

83  6—2 


LiDDiNGTON,  John 

LIDDINGTON,  JOHN.  B.A.  1527-8.  V.  of  Caldecot,  Cambs., 
1543- 

LIDGOLD,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Jan.  12,  1675-6. 
Of  St  Martin-in-the-Fields,  London.  Exhibitioner  from 
Charterhouse.  Matric.  1676;  B.A.  1679-80;  M.A.  1683. 
Fellow,  1681.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1683.  R.  of  Dunsby,  Lines., 
1691-1701.  Buried  there  Aug.  27,  1701.  Father  of  the  next 
and  John  (1713). 

LIDGOLD,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  18,  1712.  S. 
of  Charles  (above),  R.  of  Dunsby,  Lines.,  deceased.  Bapt. 
there,  June  17,  1695.  Exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse. 
Matric.  1713;  Rustat  Scholar;  B.A.  i7i6-7;  M.A.  1720. 
Fellow,  1720-2.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1733.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Sept.  21,  1 718.  R.  of  Little  Bentley,  Essex,  1726.  V.  of 
Holy  Trinity,  Colchester,  1736-65.  Married  Bridget  Norfolk. 
WiU  (P.C.C.)  1765.  Brother  of  the  next.   (A.  Gray.) 

LIDGOULD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  July  8,  1713-  S.  of 
Charles,  clerk  (1675-6),  deceased,  of  Dunsby,  Lines.  Matric. 
1713;  Rustat  Scholar;  B.A.  1716-7;  M.A.  1721.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1731.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  21,  1718;  priest, 
Dec.  4,  1721.  R.  of  Uttoxeter,  Middlesex,  1726-9.  V.  of 
Harmonds worth,  1727-60.  V.  of  West  Drayton,  1727-60. 
Archdeacon  of  Stoke-on-Trent.  Died  Jan.  27,  1760.  M.I.  at 
Harmondsworth .  Brother  of  Charles  (above).   (A.  Gray.) 

LIEN,  JOHN.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1358.  S.  of  Peter  de 
Lien,  clerk. 

LIETH  or  LYETHE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1616;  B.A.  1619-20.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1620;  priest, 
Sept.  1621. 

LIETH  or  LEITHE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse, 
June  29,  1621.  Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1621.  Ord.  deacon 
(York)  Mar.  1624-5;  priest,  Dec.  1625. 

LIFE,  LIONEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Aug.  9,  1681. 
S.  of  Thomas,  clothier,  of  Downham,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
Schools,  Wisbech  and  Lynn  (Mr  Home).  Scholar,  1681-9; 
Matric.  1682;  B.A.  1685-6;  M.A.  1689.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Mar.  II,  1687-8,  as  C.  of  Hilton,  Hunts.  V.  of  Middleton, 
Norfolk,  1697-1700.  Probably  will  (Norwich)  1750;  of 
Downham.    {Venn,  i.  468.) 

LIFE,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  Oct.  19, 
1703.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Downham,  Norfolk,  gent.  B.  at 
Swafiham,  Norfolk.  High  Sheriff  of  Norfolk.  Probably 
of  Oxstrand,  Norfolk.  If  so,  married  Mary,  dau.  of  Philip 
Vincent,  Esq.,  of  Marlingford.  Died  1727.  Perhaps  father 
of  the  next.   (Blomefield,  viil.  145.) 

LIFE,  PHILIP.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Caius,  c.  Jan.  1729-30. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Nathaniel  (above).   Matric.  1729-30. 

LYFFE,  RICHARD.   Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  c.  1590. 

LIFFE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1560; 
Scholar,  1560;  B.A.  1562-3;  M.A.  1566.  FeUow,  1563.  Will 
proved  (V.C.C.)  1569. 

LIFE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  Caius,  June  10,  1657. 
S.  of  Thomas,  of  Downham  Market,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
Schools,  Downham  (Mr  Gilbert)  and  Lynn.  Matric.  1657; 
Scholar,  1657-61;  B.A.  1660-1;  M.A.  1664.  Ord.  deacon  and 
priest  (Coventry  and  Lichfield)  May  24,  1662.  V.  of  Strad- 
sett,  Norfolk,  1662-82.  C.  of  West  Dereham,  1671.  Buried 
at  Stradsett,  Apr.  15,  1682.   (Venn,  i.  398.) 

LIGHTBORNE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter, 
1631.  School,  St  Paul's.  Scholar,  1630-7;  B.A.  1635-6;  M.A. 
1639. 

LIGHTBORNE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Aug.  16,  1634. 
Perhaps  s.  of  James,  of  Manchester.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Oct.  19,  1631.  Bencher.  Of  Salford,  Lanes.,  Esq.  Friend 
and  correspondent  of  Humphrey  Chetham.  Married  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  William  Lever,  1643.  Buried  in  Manchester  Col- 
legiate Church,  Dec.  23,  1667.  (J.  Booker,  Chapel  of  Blackley.) 

LIGHTFOOT,  ANASTATIUS  COTTON  JACKSON.  B.A.  from 
St  Catharine's,  1654.  3rd  s.  of  John  (1617),  R.  of  Ashley, 
Staffs.  B.  there,  May  28,  1635.  School,  Merchant  Taylors', 
M.A.  1658.  Ord.  priest  (Ardfert)  July  10,  1657.  V.  of 
Thundridge,  Herts.,  in  1664.  Perhaps  brother  of  John 
(1650-1). 

LIGHTFOOT,  EDWARD.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1581;  B.A.  1584-5;  M.A.  1588. 
LIGHTFOOT,  GEORGE.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 

1637.  Of  Leicestershire.   B.A.  1640-1. 

LIGHTFOOT,  HAMLET.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene, 
Easter,  1641;  B.A.  1644-5. 

LIGHTFOOTE,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May 
18,  1668.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  East  Layton,  Yorks.  B. 
there.  School,  Sedbergh  (Mr  Fell).  Matric.  1668;  B.A.  1671- 
2;  M.A.  1675.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1672;  priest.  May, 
1673.  V.  of  Hornby,  Yorks.,  1676-84.  R.  of  Bamingham, 
1683. 


LiGHTFOOT,  William 

LIGHTFOOT,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  June 
26,  1662.  S.  of  James,  yeoman,  of  Bourne,  Lines.  B.  there. 
School,  Bourne  (Mr  Hall).   Matric.  1663;  B.A.  1665-6;  M.A. 

1669.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  29,  1670. 
LIGHTFOOT,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1617. 

S.  of  Thomas,  clerk,  of  Stoke-on-Trent;  afterwards  R.  of 
Utto.xeter,  Staffs.  B.  there.  Mar.  29,  1602.  School,  Morton 
Green,  near  Congleton  (Mr  Thos.  Whitehead).  B.A.  1620-1; 
M.A.  1624;  D.D.  from  St  Catharine's,  1651.  Master  of  St 
Catharine's,  1650-75.  Vice-Chancellor,  1654-5.  Usher  at 
Repton,  1621-3.  Ord.  deacon  (Lichfield)  Sept.  1622;  priest, 
Sept.  1623.  Chaplain  to  Sir  Rowland  Cotton.  R.  of  Stone, 
Staffs.,  1626-8.  At  Homsey,  Middlesex,  1628-30.  R.  of 
Ashley,  Staffs.,  1630-42.  Member  of  the  Westminster 
Assembly.  R.  of  St  Bartholomew-by-the-Exchange,  Loudon, 
1643.  R.  of  Gt  Munden,  Herts.,  1644-75.  ejected  but  re- 
stored. Preb.  of  Elv,  1668-75.  Hebrew  scholar  and  biblical 
critic.  Author,  theological,  etc.  Aided  in  Wotton's  Polyglot 
Bible.  Died  at  Ely,  Dec.  6,  1675,  aged  72.  Buried  at  Gt 
Munden.  M.I.  there.  Father  of  Anastatius  (1654)  and 
perhaps  of  John  (1650-1). 

LIGHTFOOT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Peterhouse, 
June  9,  1646.  School,  St  Paul's.  Scholar,  1647. 

LIGHTFOOT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Lent, 
1650-1;  B.A.  1653-4;  M.A.  1658.  Perhaps  s.  of  John  (1617), 
Master  of  St  Catharine's.  If  so,  minister  at  Codicote,  Herts., 
in  1652.  R.  of  Bury,  Lanes.,  1654-61.  V.  of  Bowdon, 
Cheshire,  1660-1.  One  of  the  King's  preachers  in  Lancashire. 
Chaplain  to  Brian  Walton,  Bishop  of  Chester.  Buried  at 
St  Oswald's,  Chester,  1661.  Brother  of  Anastatius  (1656). 
(W.  A.  Shaw,  Bury  Classis,  11.  246;  T.  A.  Walker,  85;  E. 
Axon.) 

LIGHTFOOTE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1657.   Of  Staffordshire. 

LIGHTFOOT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  May  27,  1732. 
S.  of  Henry.  B.  at  Crediton,  Devon.  School,  Exeter.  Matric. 
1732.    (Peile,  II.  227.) 

LIGHTFOOT,  JOSIAH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1633.  Ord.  deacon,  as  'student,'  by  Bishop  of  Lichfield, 
Jan.  16,  1630-1.  C.  of  Ashley,  Staffs.,  c.  1631-76.  Called 
'senior';  probably  father  of  the  next  and  brother  of  Samuel 
(1628).    (Wm.  Salt  Arch.  Soc,  1915.) 

LIGHTFOOT,  JOSIAH.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  June  13, 

1670.  Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4.  R.  of  Ashley,  Staffs., 
1676-83.   Buried  Nov.  17,  1683. 

LIGHTFOOT,  ROBERT.   M.D.  1682  (Com.  Reg.). 

LIGHTFOOTE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Oct.  3,  1682. 
Probably  s.  of  William.  B.  in  St  Michael  Bassishaw,  London, 
1666.  Matric.  1682-3;  Scholar,  1685;  B.A.  1686-7;  M.A. 
1690;  B.D.  1701.  Fellow,  1689.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  1696.  V. 
of  Orwell,  Cambs.,  in  1696.  R.  of  Odell,  Beds.,  1703.  R.  of 
Deal,  Kent,  1717-26.  Died  1726.  Will,  P.C.C.  Father  of 
William  (1726)  and  probably  brother  of  William  (1681). 

LIGHTFOOT,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  17,  1733. 
Doubtless  s.  of  the  above.  B.  in  Bedfordshire  (probably  at 
Odell)  1 7 16.  Matric.  1733;  B.A.  1736-7.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  Oct.  22,  1734.  Judge  of  the  Vice-Admiralty  Court 
at  Virginia,  America.  Afterwards  moved  to  Newport,  Rhode 
Island.  Died  at  Plainfield,  Connecticut,  1794.  (E.  Alf. 
Jones.) 

LIGHTFOOT,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  June 
28,  1745.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Ely,  Receiver-general  of  the 
Bedford  Level.  School,  Bury,  Suffolk  (Mr  Kynnesman). 
Matric.  1745;  Scholar,  J747.  Died  July,  1748,  aged  20.  M.I. 
in  Ely  Cathedral. 

LIGHTFOOT,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  June  28,  1628. 
S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Barthomley,  Cheshire.  School,  Repton 
(Mr  Whitehead).  Migrated  to  Christ's,  Feb.  18,  1628-g, 
age  17;  B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635.  Usher  at  Nottingham 
Grammar  School,  1630-6.  C.  of  Ashley,  Staffs.,  c.  1632.  V. 
of  Bvmney,  Notts.,  1637;  a  'preaching  minister'  there,  in 
1650.   Brother  of  Josiah  (1633).   (Peile,  i.  398.) 

LIGHTFOOTT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene, 
Easter,  1614. 

LIGHTFOOTE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
May  23,  1684.  S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman.  B.  at  Melsonby, 
Yorks.  School,  Hartforth  (Mr  Ogle).  Matric.  1684;  B.A. 
1687-8.  V.  of  Grinton,  Yorks.,  1717-42.  Perhaps  R.  of 
Rokeby,  where  he  is  recorded  as  a  non-juror. 

LIGHTFOOTE,  TOBIAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July 
8,  1635.  S.  of  Anthony,  gent.,  of  Glooston,  Leics.  B.  there. 
School,  Oakham  (Mr  Stackhouse). 

LIGHTFOOT,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1569;  B.A.  1572-3.  Perhaps  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1573. 
Thomas  Sylvester,  of  St  Sepulchre's,  London,  clerk,  left 
(Cons.  C.  London,  1570)  40s.  towards  'his  maintenance  in 
learning  in  Cambridge.'   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 


84 


LiGHTFOOT,  William 

LIGHTFOOT,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Lent,  1577-8.  B.  at  St  Albans,  Herts.  Bapt.  at  the  Abbey, 
July  25,  1560.  B.A.  1579-80.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  21, 
1583,  age  24,  as  of  Bucktyde  (?  Bu.xted),  Sussex.  Perhaps 
author  of  The  Complaint  of  England,  1587.   (Cooper,  11.  85.) 

LIGHTFOOT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity, 
Apr.  7,  1681.  S.  of  William.  B.  in  London.  School,  St  Paul's. 
Matric.  i68i;  B.A.  1684-5.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov. 
26,  1683.   Probably  brother  of  Robert  (1682). 

LIGHTFOOT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke, 
Oct.  19,  1726.  S.  of  Robert  (1682),  R.  of  Deal,  Kent,  clerk. 
B.  at  Odell,  Beds.   Matric.  1726;  B.A.  1730-1;  M-A.  i734- 

LIGHTFOOT, .    B.A.  15 15-6. 

LIGHTWINE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  May  16, 
1670.  S.  of  Matthew,  gent.,  of  Barford,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
Schools,  Barford  (Mr  Purt)  and  Norwich  (private).  Matric. 
1670,  as  'Lifetrine';  Scholar,  1670-7;  B.A.  1673-4;  M.A. 
1677.  Fellow,  1677-1729.  Proctor,  1696.  President,  1704-29. 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  1680.  University  preacher,  1689. 
Died  in  College.  Buried  at  St  Michael's,  1729.  WiU  (V.C.C. 
and  P.C.C.)  1729.  He  was  a  liberal  benefactor  to  the  College. 
(Venn,  i.  441.) 

LIGHTWOOD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1632.   Of  Derbyshire.   B.A.  1635-6. 

LIGNE  or  DE  LIGNE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pem- 
broke, July  14,  1641.  S.  of  Sir  Daniel,  Knt.  B.  at  Har- 
laxton.  Lines.   Matric.  1641,  as  Delyne. 

LILBURNE,  GEORGE.  B.Can.L.  1527-8.  S.  of  WiUiam,  of 
Brigsley,  Lines.  B.  1494.  Ord.  priest  (Suffragan  Bishop  of 
Lincoln)  1526.  Of  the  College  of  Stoke,  Suffolk,  c.  1540. 
R.  of  Maltby-in-the-Marsh,  Lines.;  and  of  Mavis  Enderby. 
Will  (Lincoln)  1588.    (Maddison,  Lines.  Wills.) 

LILBURN,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Trinity,  Aug.  13, 
1691.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Bapt.  at 
St  John's,  May  8,  1672.  School,  Enfield  (Dr  Rob.  Udall). 
Barrister,  of  Northumberland.  Married,  at  Newcastle,  July  8, 
1695,  Elizabeth  Midford.  Died  Sept.  24,  1733.  (H.  M.  Wood; 
G.  Mag.) 

LILBURNE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  Oct.  25, 
1650.  S.  of  George,  Esq.  B.  at  Sunderland,  Durham.  Bapt. 
at  Bishop  Wearmouth,  Jan.  22,  1634-5.  School,  Barwick 
(Mr  Webb).  Matric.  1651.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  21, 
1652.  Called  to  the  Bar,  Feb.  3,  1659-60.  Ancient,  1676. 
Bencher,  1679.  Married,  at  St  Nicholas,  Newcastle,  Aug.  21, 
1662,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Chr.  Nicholson,  merchant.  (H.  M. 
Wood.) 

LILLIE,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1588; 
B.A.  (?  1591-2);  M.A.  1595.  V.  of  Croydon,  Cambs.,  1596- 
1649.    V.  of  Arrington,  till  1642. 

LILLIE,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1615; 
B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622. 

LILLEY,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1625. 
Of  Hertfordshire.  B.A.  1628-9;  M.A.  1632. 

LILLY,  JOHN.  M.A.  1579  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of  Peter, 
of  Canterbury.  B.  in  Kent,  c.  1554.  Matric.  from  Magdalen 
College,  Oxford,  1571,  age  17;  B..\.  (Oxford)  1573;  M.A.  1575. 
M.P.  for  Hindon,  1588-9;  for  Aylesbury,  1593,  1601;  for 
Appleby,  1597-8.  Esquire  to  the  body  of  Queen  Elizabeth. 
Dramatist.  Author,  Euphues,  etc.  Married  Beatrix,  dau.  of 
Richard  Brown,  of  Mexborough,  Yorks.  Buried  Nov.  30, 
1606.  Brother  of  Peter  (i579).  (Cooper,  11.  325;  D.N.B.; 
M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LYLLY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  1601. 

LILLEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1633; 
B.A.  1636-7;  M.A.  1640.  Fellow.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Feb.  26,  1642-3. 

LILLY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  June  22,  1663.  Of 
Croydon,  Cambs.  S.  of  John,  musician,  of  Cambridge. 
Exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse.  Scholar,  1663-71;  Matric. 
1664;  B.A.  1667-8;  M.A.  1671.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1669. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  19,  1670;  priest  (Ely)  Mar. 
1670-1.  C.  of  Epping,  Essex,  1680.  V.  of  Ringmer,  Sussex, 
1681-90.  Doubtless  R.  of  Lamarsh,  Essex,  1690.  Will 
(Comm.  C.  Essex)  1718;  of  Lamarsh.   (Venn,  i.  420.) 

LILLEY,  PETER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1579.  S.  of 
Peter,  preb.  of  Canterbury.  B.  there.  B.A.  1582-3;  M.A. 
1587;  B.D.  1595;  D.D.  1608.  Master  of  Boston  Grammar 
School,  1585-8.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  21,  1588,  age  25; 
priest,  Nov.  24,  1590.  R.  of  St  Nicholas  Olave,  London, 
1590-1601.  V.  of  Fulham,  1599-1615.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's, 
1599-1615.  Preb.  of  Sarum,  1605-15.  R.  of  Homsey, 
Middlesex,  1610-5.  Fellow  of  Chelsea  College,  1610.  Arch- 
deacon of  Taunton,  1613-5.  Died  Feb.  11,  1614-5.  Buried 
in  the  Savoy  Hospital  Chapel,  of  which  he  was  a  Brother. 
WiU  (P.C.C.)  1615.  Brother  of  John  (1579)-  (F.M.G.,  997; 
D.N.B.) 


Lincoln,  John 

LYLLY,  PETER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1633; 
B.A.  1636-7.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  30,  1646. 
Will  of  one  of  these  names  (Lincoln)  1651;  C.  of  Owersby, 
Lines. 

LILLY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  June  18,  1707.  B.  in 
London.   Matric.  1708;  M.B.  1712. 

LILLY,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1602. 
B.  at  Leicester.  Scholar;  B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609.  V.  of 
Campden,  Gloucs.,  1616-36.  Chaplain  to  Sir  Charles  Mor- 
rison, of  Cassiobury,  Herts.  Married,  at  Old  Warden,  Beds., 
May  20,  1617,  Honour  Worlech.  Died  Oct.  21,  1636,  aged  34. 
M.I.  at  Campden.  He  was  uncle  of  WiUiam  LiUy,  the 
astrologer.   (Le  Neve,  Mon. ;  F.  S.  Hockaday.) 

LILLIE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  May 
II,  1667.  S.  of  William,  citizen  of  Lincoln.  School,  Alford. 
Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1670-1.  Fellow,  1671.  Ord.  deacon  and 
priest  (Peterb.)  May  21,  1676,  as  M.A.  Chaplain  to  the  Bishop 
of  Carlisle.  Died  Dec.  3,  1676.  Buried  at  Dalston,  Cumber- 
land.  M.I.   (Le  Neve,  A/on.,  iv.  173.) 

LILLEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  1,  1678. 
Of  Staffordshire.   Matric.  1680-1;  B.A.  1681-2. 

LILLY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  4,  i735-  Of 
Middlesex.   Matric.  1735. 

LILLINGSTON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1609. 
B.  at  Gaddesden,  Herts.  B.A.  1612-3;  M.A.  1616.  Incorp. 
at  Oxford,  1616.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  22,  1616,  age  24; 
priest.  Mar.  16,  1616-7.  Schoolmaster  at  St  Andrew's, 
Holbom. 

LILLINGSTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1582. 

LILLINGSTON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter, 
1583;  B.A.  1586-7.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  Apr.  23, 
1590.  V.  of  Gt  Gaddesden,  Herts.,  1592.  V.  of  Haddenham, 
Bucks.,  1611-40. 

LYLLYMAN,  JOHN.  'Of  Trinity'  when  ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Dec. 
21,  1578,  age  24.   (No  University  or  CoUege  record.) 

LILLYMAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Magdalene,  May  30, 
1657.  S.  of  William,  of  Worksop,  Notts.  School,  Carlton, 
Notts,  (private).  Matric.  1657;  B.A.  1660-1;  M.A.  1664. 
FeUow.  Signed  for  deacon's  orders  (London)  June  9,  1666. 
R.  of  Barton  MiUs,  SuffoUc,  1667-9.  R-  of  North  Wingfield, 
Derbs.  V.  of  Gamston,  Notts.,  1669.  Married  Sarah,  dau.  of 
Robert  Malym,  of  Nottingham.   Died  1699.   (F.M.G.,  1033.) 

LILMAN, .  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1562. 

LIMBERT,  STEPHEN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Michs. 
1561;  B.A.  1564-5;  M.A.  1568.  Head  Master  of  Norwich 
School,  1570-89.  Died  Oct.  10,  1589.   (Cooper,  11.  61.) 

LIMBYE,  THOMAS.  Student  of  Trinity,  when  ord.  deacon 
(Ely)  Dec.  1578,  age  25. 

LIMITER,  see  LEMETAYER. 

LIMNING  or  LYMING,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  1454.   Proceeded  to  M.A.   (Harwood.) 

LINACER,  GILBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1584.  Of  Linacre,  in  Brampton.  S.  of  James.  B.A.  1587-8. 
Married  Troth,  dau.  of  John  NevU,  of  Grove.   (F.M.G.,  837.) 

LINACRE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1568; 
B.A.  1577-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  24;  priest,  Sept.  21, 
1576,  age  25.  V.  of  Southwick,  Northants.,  1576-80.  R.  of 
Ditchingham,  Norfolk,  1587.  Author,  religious.  WiU  (P.C.C.) 
1618,  of  Robert  Linaker,  of  Beccles,  Suffolk,  clerk.  (Cooper, 
II.  349.) 

LINACRE,  THOMAS.  The  weU-known  Oxford  physician;  sup- 
posed by  Cooper  to  have  studied,  and  been  incorporated,  at 
Cambridge,  but  there  seems  no  evidence  of  this.  (Cooper, 
I.  30.) 

LINALFE, .  Fee  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1473-4- 

LINCH,  see  LYNCH. 

LYNCOLN,  ALEXANDER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1564. 

LINCOLN,  Earl  of,  see  CLINTON,  HENRY  FIENNES. 

LINCOLNE,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1629.  B.  in  Lincolnshire.  B.A.  1632-3;  M.A.  1636.  FeUow. 
Fellow  of  Jesus,  1638-44,  ejected.  Died  before  1660.  WiU  of 
one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.)  1654;  of  Cowick,  Yorks.  (A. 
Gray.) 

LINCOLN,  JOHN.  Priest-scholar  of  Goo's  House,  1448.  Per- 
haps V.  of  Gt  Waltham,  Essex,  1469-73;  R.  of  Dengey,  1478; 
R.  of  Ramsden  Belhouse,  1480;  V.  of  Ulting,  1485.  WiU 
(P.C.C.)  1495-   (Peile,  i.  2.) 

LINCOLN,  JOHN.   B.A.  1511-2. 

LINCOLNE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1631.  S.  of  WilUam  (c.  1597),  R-  of  West  Halton,  Lines. 
B.A.  1634;  M.A.  1638.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  10, 
1634-5.   Brother  of  WiUiam  (1624). 


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Lincoln,  Richard 

LINCOLN,  RICHARD.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1448;  B.D.  1465-6;  D.D.  1470.  V.  of  Prescot,  Lanes.  R.  of 
Rayleigh,  Essex,  1487-92.  Died  July  29,  1492.  Buried  at 
Rochford,  Essex.   M.L  Will  (P.C.C).   (Weaver,  Mon.) 

LINCOLNE,  ROBERT  DE  {alias  DE  NICOLE).  Scholar  at  King's 

Hall,  1369;  expeUed,  May  19,  1385. 
LINCOLN,  ROBERT.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1382.  Apparently 

the  same  as  Hugh  Lincoln  who  resided  till  1440.   Died  Dec. 

17,  1440,  without  taking  a  degree.   (Trin.  Coll.  Adm.,  i.  107.) 

LINCOLN,  ROBERT.   M.Gram.  1480-1. 
LINCOLN,  S.   Resident  pens,  at  Jesus,  Aug.  1564. 

LINCOLNE,  SAMUEL.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Magdalene, 

Feb.   10,   1650-1.    S.  of  ,  of  Thetford,  Norfolk,  gent. 

School,  Bury. 

LINCOLN,  THOMAS.  B.Can.L.  1503-4.  Will  of  one  of  these 
names  (P.C.C.)  1504;  of  St  Andrew's,  Cambridge. 

LINCOLN,  WILLIAM.  D.D.  Prior  of  the  Cambridge  Carmelites. 
Appointed  penitentiary  by  the  Bishop  of  Ely,  Dec.  8,  1349. 
{Pits,  492;  B.  Zimmerman.) 

LINCOLNE,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  1492.  Of  Queens';  probably  a 
fellow.    Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1509. 

LINCOLN,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  c. 
1597;  B.A.  1601-2;  M.A.  1605;  D.D.  from  Pembroke,  1623. 
Fellow  of  Pembroke.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1624.  Ord.  deacon 
and  priest  (Peterb.)  Oct.  28,  1602.  V.  of  Hackthome,  Lines., 
1603-10.  R.  of  Treswell,  Notts.,  1605-13.  R.  of  West 
Halton,  Lines.,  1612-39.  R.  of  Scotton,  1613-27.  Chaplain 
to  the  King.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1631-9.  Admon.  (Lincoln) 
1639.   Father  of  the  next  and  of  John  (1631). 

LINCOLN,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1624.  S.  of  WiUiam  (above).  B.A.  1627;  M.A.  1631;  B.D. 
1638;  D.D.  1660  {Lit.  Reg.).  Fellow.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1628.  R.  of  Panton,  Lines.,  1633-47,  sequestered.  R.  of 
West  Halton,  1667-80.  Brother  of  John  (1631)  and  doubtless 
father  of  the  next.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

LINCOLNE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Magdalene,  Dec.  20, 
1649.  S.  of  William  (?  above),  clerk,  of  Lincolnshire. 

LINCOLN, .  B.Civ.L.  1480-1. 

LINCOLN,  .   Apparently  M.A.    Paid  for  writing  letters  for 

the  University,  1503-4.  {Gr.  Bk,  B',  194.) 

LINDALL,  see  LYNDALL. 

LINDLEY  or  LYNLAYE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  sizar  from 
Jesus,  Easter,  1550.  Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1556-7;  M.A.  from 
Pembroke,  1560;  B.D.  1568.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  1556. 
University  preacher,  1565.   Proctor,  1567-8. 

LINLEY,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  1591-2. 

LINDLEY,  DANIEL.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1596-7;  M.A.  1600. 
V.  of  Darrington,  Yorks.,  1608-11.  R.  of  Terrington,  1608- 
II.  One  of  these  names  (M.A.),  licensed  to  preach  (York) 
1616.    Preb.  of  York,  1619. 

LINDLEY,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 
1562.  B.  at  Otley,  Yorks.  B.A.  1566-7;  M..\.  from  Queens', 
1570;  B.D.  1577.  Fellow  of  Queens',  1568-83.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  July  16,  1568.  University  preacher,  1575.  R.  of 
Little  Chart,  Kent,  1582-1602.  Buried  there  Apr.  29,  1602. 
Doubtless  father  of  Nathaniel  (1604). 

LYNLEY,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1576. 

LINLEY,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1625; 
B.A.  1629-30.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  21,  1628;  priest, 
Feb.  21,  1628-g.  One  of  these  names  minister  of  'South 
Maskham,'  1649.    {Shaw,  11.  539.) 

LINDLEY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  8, 
1651.  S.  of  WUliam,  gent.,  of  Hull.  B.  at  York.  School, 
York  (Mr  Wallis).  Matric.  165 1.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  3, 
1651.  Barrister  of  Gray's  Inn.  Vice-Chamberlain  of  County 
Palatine  of  Chester,  1665-8.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
John  Lightbo^vne,  of  Manchester.  Buried  at  Manchester 
Cathedral  Church,  Jan.  11,  1668-9.  M.I.  Will  (York)  1869; 
of  Bowling  Hall,  Bradford.  {Peile,  i.  541;  Vis.  of  Yorks., 
1665;  E.  Axon.) 

LINDLEY,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  156S. 

LINDLEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  10,  1633.  Of 
Yorkshire.  Matric.  1633;  B.A.  1636-7;  Scholar,  1637.  One 
of  these  names  s.  of  Nicholas,  of  Hull.  (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 

LINDLEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  3,  1649.  Of 
Yorkshire.  Matric.  1649;  Scholar,  1650;  B.A.  1652-3.  One 
of  these  names  signed  for  deacon's  orders  (York)  Aug.  17, 
1662. 

LINDLEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Trinity,  June  27,  1666.  Doubtless 
s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Skegby,  Notts.,  Esq.,  deceased. 
Bapt.  there,  Jan.  i8,  1648-9.   Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1669-70. 


LiNDSEY,  Samuel 

Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  July  6,  1669.  Of  Skegby,  Esq.  Married, 
Dec.  13,  1670,  at  St  Helen's,  London,  Anne,  dau.  of  Samuel 
Wilson.  One  of  these  names  'B.A.  of  Trinity,'  ord.  deacon 
(York)  c.  1670.    {F.M.G.,  1061.) 

LINDLEY,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  30, 
1604.  Of  Kent.  Doubtless  s.  of  Francis  (1562).  Bapt.  at 
Little  Chart,  Kent,  June  19,  1586.  B.A.  1607-8;  M.A.  1611. 
(H.  G.  Harrison.) 

LYNDLEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  June  14, 
1617.  Of  Yorkshire.  S.  of  John,  of  Snawdon.  Matric.  1617. 
{T.A.  Walker,  6.) 

LINDOE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Lent,  1577-8. 
Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Durham)  May  23,  1582,  as  B.A. 

LINDSELL,  AUGUSTINE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  14, 
1592.  Of  Bumpstead,  Essex.  B.A.  from  Clare,  1595-6;  M.A. 
1599;  D.D.  1621.  Fellow  of  Clare,  till  1620.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1614.  R.  of  Molesworth,  Hunts.,  1606.  R.  of 
Wickford,  Essex,  1610.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1612-24.  Preb.  of 
Durham,  1619-34.  R.  of  Houghton-le-Spring,  Durham, 
1623-32.  Dean  of  Lichfield,  1628-33.  Bishop  of  Peter- 
borough, 1632-4.  R.  of  Castor,  Northants.,  1633-4.  Bishop 
of  Hereford,  Mar.-Nov.,  1634.  Died  unmarried,  Nov.  6, 
1634.  Buried  in  Hereford  Cathedral.  Will,  P.C.C.  {Al.Oxon.; 
D.N.B.) 

LYNSELL,  DANIEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Sx  John's,  Easter,  1568. 
Of  Hereford.  B.A.  1571-2;  M.A.  1575;  M.D.  1597.  FeUow, 
1572-3- 

LYNSELL,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1568;  B.A.  1571-2;  M.A.  1575.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept. 
23,  1575;  priest,  Sept.  21,  1576.  R.  of  Strethall,  Essex, 
1575-1638.  Admon.  (Cons.  C.  London)  1638. 

LINDSELL,  PETER.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Lent,  1377- 
8.   Perhaps  adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Oct.  19,  1577. 

LINDSELL  or  LINDSEY,  SAMUEL.  B.A.  from  Clare,  1609-10; 
M.A.  1613;  B.D.  1620.  Fellow.  Ord.  priest  (York,  for 
Lincohi)  Sept.  1616.  R.  of  Stratford  St  Mary,  Suffolk,  1619- 
44,  ejected.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1624-69.  Preb.  of  Hereford, 
1634-69.  Buried  at  Ringshall,  Suffolk,  Apr.  5,  1669,  as 
Lindsey.    {E.  Anglian,  vi.) 

LINDSELL,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1640. 
Of  Suffolk.  Probably  s.  of  Samuel  (above).  Bapt.  at  Strat- 
ford St  Mary,  June  29,  1623.  B.A.  1643-4.  (V.  B.  Redstone.) 

LINDSELL,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  Clare,  1601-2.  Doubtless  s. 
of  Francis  (1568),  R.  of  Strethall,  Essex.  B.  there.  M.A.  1605. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  29,  1604.  C.  of  Chalfont  St  Giles, 
Bucks.   V.  of  Nassiugton,  Northants.,  1610-4. 

LINDSELL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1632.  Of  Cambridgeshire.  B.A.  1635-6;  M.A.  1639.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  22,  1639.  V.  of  Hauxton,  Cambs., 
1640-65.   Doubtless  also  V.  of  Newton,  1640-69. 

LYNDSELL,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse, 
Easter,  1573;  B.A.  1575-6;  M.A.  1579.  Perhaps  ord.  deacon 
and  priest  (Peterb.)  Aug.  30,  1587,  as  'M.A.;  of  Emmanuel 
College.'  R.  of  Marham,  Northants.,  1602-13.  Buried  there 
Oct.  6,  1613. 

LINDSEL,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1620; 
B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  One  of  these  names  (M.A.),  V.  of 
Brewood,  Staffs.,  1629-30. 

LINDSELL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1642. 
Of  Suffolk.  Probably  s.  of  Samuel  (1609-jo).  Bapt.  at 
Stratford  St  Mary,  Feb.  26,  1625-6.  Matric.  Easter,  1645; 
B.A.  1645-6;  M.A.  1650.  Ord.  priest  (Bishopof  Ardfert)  June 
8,  1652.  R.  of  Bredfield,  Suffolk,  1661.  R.  of  Dallinghoe,  1664. 

LINSELL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  30,  1662. 
Of  Cambridgeshire.   B.A.  1665-6;  M.A.  1669. 

LINDSEY,  see  also  LINSEY. 

LINDSAY,  JOHN.  B.A.  1455-6;  M.A.  1459-60;  D.D.  1470-1. 
FeUow  of  Clare,  1459.   Proctor,  1463-4. 

LINDSAY,  JOHN.  B.A.  15187^;  M.A.  1522;  B.D.  1531-2. 
Proctor,  1530-1.   V.  of  Barrington,  Cambs.,  1531. 

LYNDSEY,  JONATHAN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1646;  B.A.  1649-50.  Licensed,  by  the  Bishop  of  Ely, 
schoolmaster  at  Whittlesford,  Cambs.,  1666. 

LYNDSAY,  ROBERT.   Scholar  of  Clare,  1461,  age  13. 

LYNDSEY,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 
1567;  B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1571-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Dec.  21,  1568,  age  21,  as  Linsey.  One  of  these  names  V.  of 
Elm  and  Emneth,  Cambs.,  1577. 

LINDSEY,  ROBERT,  Earl  of,  see  BERTIE,  ROBERT. 

LINDSEY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Aug.  25, 
1657.  S.  of  Samuel.  B.  at  Langton-on-Swale,  Yorks.  School, 
Northallerton  (Mr  Smelt).  Matric.  1657.  Ord.  priest  (York) 
June,  1666.  R.  of  Spennithome,  Yorks.,  1672-1720.  Author. 
Died  1720.    {Peile,  1.  579.) 


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LYNDSEY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  20, 
1671.  S.  of  Peter.  B.  in  London.  School,  Brentwood  (Mr 
Bernard). 
LINDSEY,  THEOPHILUS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
May  21,  1741.  S.  of  Robert,  draper,  of  Middlewich,  Cheshire. 
B.  there.  School,  Leeds,  Yorks.  (Mr  Barnard).  Matric.  1741; 
B.A.  1744-5;  M.A.  1748.  Fellow,  1747-55-  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincohi)  Sept.  21,  1746;  priest  (London)  Sept.  20,  1747.  R- 
of  Kirby-on-Wiske,  Yorks.,  1753-6.  V.  of  Piddletown, 
Dorset,  1756-63.  V.  of  Catterick,  Yorks.,  1763-73-  After- 
wards ministered  in  a  Unitarian  Chapel,  Essex  Street, 
Strand.  Author,  theological.  Died  Nov.  3,  1808.  (Scott- 
Mayor,  iii.  516;  D.N.B.) 
LINDSEY,  WILLIAM.    M.A.  1728  {Com.  Reg.). 

LINDSAY, .   B.A.  1468-9. 

LINE  (?),  JOSEPH.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1593. 
LYNFYLD,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Michs. 
1559-  LL.B.  1567.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Little  Horsted, 
Sussex,  1567.   V.  of  Framfield,  1569-93.   WUl  (Lewes)  1601; 
of  Ripe,  Sussex,  clerk. 
LINFIELD,  JAMES.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  28,  1669. 
School,   Westminster.    Matric.    1669;   Scholar,    1670;   B.A. 
1672-3;  M.A.  1676.   Fellow,  1674.   (^'-  Westmon.,  168.) 
LYNDEFELDE,  JOHN  DE.  Apparently  fellow  of  Clare,  in  1331. 

(Clare  Coll.  Hist.,  3.) 
LINFORD,  MARTIN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1589. 
B.  at  Bedford,  C.1574.  B.A.  1592-3;  M.A.  1596.  Ord.  deacon 
and  priest  (St  David's)  Mar.  3,  1596-7.  C.  of  St  Peter  Martin, 
Bedford,  1596;  R.  1598-1614.  Buried  there  Oct.  14,  1614. 
Will  (Archd.  Bedford)  proved  by  widow,  Judith.  Father  of 
Samuel  (1626).  (H.  I.  Longden.) 
LINFORD,  MICHAEL.  Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus,  1564-5- 
LINFORD,  ROBERT.  B.A.  from  Queens',  1560-1;  M.A.  1564; 
B.D.  1569.  R.  of  St  Mary,  Bedford,  1559.  Master  of  Bedford 
Hospital,  1568-99.  R.  of  St  John,  and  St  Peter,  1576-7. 
Widow  Jane  buried  at  Wootton,  Beds.,  June  25,  1619. 
LINFORD,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1626.  Of  Bedfordshire.  S.  of  Martin  (1589).  B.A.  1629-30; 
M.A.  1633;  B.D.  from  St  Catharine's,  1643.  Fellow  of  St 
Catharine's,  1634.  Junior  Proctor,  1641-2.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Feb.  i8,  1637-8;  priest,  May  20,  1638.  Preb.  of 
Exeter,  1642,  ejected,  and  died  before  the  Restoration.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1657.  Father  of  Thomas  (next).  (Walker,  Suffer- 
ings.) 
LYNFORD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  July  16, 
1 666.  S.  of  Samuel  (above).  B.  at  Cambridge.  Schools, 
Newark  (Mr  Leeds)  and  Bury  St  Edmunds  (Mr  Leeds). 
Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1670-1;  M.A.  1674;  D.D.  1689.  Fellow, 
1675-86.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1676.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Mar.  1673-4.  C.  of  Fen  Drayton,  Cambs.,  1674.  V.  of  Gt 
Ellingham,  Norfolk,  1674-5;  resigned,  1676.  R.  of  St 
Edmund-the-King,  Lombard  Street,  1685-1724.  Preb.  of 
Westminster,  1700-24;  sub-dean,  1723.  Chaplain  to 
William  III,  Anne,  and  George  I.  Archdeacon  of  Barnstaple, 
1709-24.  Died  Aug.  11,  1724.  Buried  at  St  Edmund's, 
London.  Will,  P.C.C.  Benefactor  to  the  College.  [Peile,  11.7; 
J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LINFORD,  .    Resident  at  Christ's,  as  scholar,   1558-9. 

Probably  Robert  Linford  (above). 
LING  or  LYNG,  BENJAMIN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius, 
Sept.  12,  1709.    S.  of  William  (1664),  clerk,  of  Yarmouth. 
B.  there.    School,  Yarmouth  (Mr  Pate  and  Mr  Welham). 
Matric.  1710;  Scholar,  1710-6;  B.A.  1713-4;  M.A.  1717.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  17,  1716-7;  priest  (Norwich)  July  13, 
1718.     R.   of   Walsham   St   Lawrence,   with    Rockland   St 
Margaret  and  St  Mary,  Norfolk,   1718-43.    Died  Jan.  30, 
1742-3.  Buried  at  Yarmouth.   M.I.   {Venn,  i.  521.) 
LINGE,  EDWARD.   Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1609; 
B.A.  1612-3;  M.A.  1616.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  1617.  Perhaps 
R.  of  Beeston  St  Mary,  Norfolk,  1623. 
LYNG,  HENRY  FREDERICK.    Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius, 
Apr.  27,  1663.  Of  London.   S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Norfolk. 
School,  London  (private;  Mr  Sherley).  Matric.  1663.  Brother 
of  Thomas  (1661).    {Venn,  1.  418.) 
LYNGE,  JAMES.   Adm.  (age  i6)  at  Caius,  Apr.  20,  1563.   S.  of 
Thomas,  of  Norwich.  School,  Norwich.  Scholar,  1564;  B.A. 
1566-7.    Probably  ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Oct.  1579.    R.  of 
Thrandeston,  Suffolk,  1603-14.   Buried  there  Nov.  10,  1614. 
LING,    JOHN.     B.A.    1509-10.      Perhaps   C.   of   Hislingbury, 
Northants.   (Will  of  T.  Constable,  Archd.  Northants.,  1532-) 
LING,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May  1,  1633.   S. 
of  Thomas.   B.  at  Godwick,  Norfolk.   School,  South  Creake 
(Mr  Sturgis).    B.A.  1636-7;  M.A.  1640.    Ord.  deacon  (Nor- 
wich) Sept.  1638;  priest,  Sept.  1639.    Perhaps  R.  of  Toftrees, 
Norfolk,  1640.  R.  of  Cley-next-the-Sea,  1645.  {Peile,  i.  426.) 


LiNGARD,  Robert 

LYNG,  JOHN  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  3,  1684. 
S.  of  John,  clerk,  V.  of  Yalding,  Kent.  B.  there.  School, 
Yalding  (Mr  Manly).  Matric.  1684;  B.A.  1687-8;  M.A.  1691. 
V.  of  Teston,  Kent,  1706-37.  Buried  there  Nov.  1,  1737- 
(H.  G.  Harrison.) 

LYNGE,  LANCELOT     Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 

1572. 
LING,  PETER.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Sept.  19,  1592- 

Of  Royston,  Herts.  S.  of  John,  gent.  School,  Ely.   Scholar, 

1593-5- 
LYNG,  RICHARD  DE.    Chancellor  of  the  University,  1339-45- 

See  Harling. 

LYNGE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1569. 
One  of  these  names  (B.A.),  V.  of  Kessingland,  Sufiolk,  1574. 

LING,  ROBERT.   B.A.  1502-3. 

LINGE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May  19,  1575. 
Of  Kentford,  Suffolk.  S.  of  Thomas,  deceased.  School, 
Gazeley.  Scholar;  B.A.  1578-9;  M.A.  1583.  One  of  these 
names  ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  24,  1615.  V.  of  South 
Creake,  Norfolk,  1617.  Perhaps  father  of  John  (1633). 
{Venn,  i.  82.) 

LINGE,  THOMAS.   B.A.  from  Trinity,  1608-9;  M.A.  1613. 

LING,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  July  1,   1652.    Of 

Suffolk.   Matric.  1652. 
LYNG,  THOMAS.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  4, 

1661.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Norfolk.  B.  in  London.  School, 

London  (private,  Mr  Sherley).  Matric.  1661.   Probably  adm. 

at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  30,   1664.    Brother  of  Henry  (1663). 

{Venn,  i.  413.) 
LING,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Caius,  Feb.  17,  1612-3. 

S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Norwich.  School,  Norwich  (Mr  Stonham) . 

Matric.  1614;   Scholar,  1614-20;  B.A.  1616-7;  M.A.  1620; 

B.D.  1627.   Fellow,  1621-31.   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1623.   Ord. 

deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  21,  1623;  priest,  July  18,  1626.   R.  of 

Girton,  Cambs.,  1629-44,  sequestered.   University  preacher, 

1630.  Will  of  one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.)  1656;  of  Cambridge, 

clerk.    {Venn,  i.  220.) 

LINGE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Aug.  22,  1642. 
S.  of  John,  attorney-at-law,  of  Marsham,  Norfolk.  School, 
Norwich  (Mr  Lovering).  Matric.  1642;  B.A.  1646-7;  M.A. 
1650.  Fellow,  1651-2,  1654-66.  Scrutator,  1655.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (Bishop  Brownrigg  of  Exeter)  Oct.  6,  1658. 
R.  of  Rougham,  Norfolk,  1661-2.  University  preacher,  1662. 
R.  of  Hockwold,  Norfolk,  1666-79.  Author.  Died  Jan.  13, 
1679-80.  M.l.  at  Hockwold.  Benefactor  to  the  College. 
{Venn,  i.  347.) 

LYNG,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Oct.  13,  1664. 
S.  of  Edward,  gent.,  of  Coston,  Norfolk.  Schools,  Coston 
(Mr  Colby),  Saxthorp  (Mr  Edmonds)  and  Norwich  (Mr 
Lovering).  Matric.  1664;  Scholar,  1664-72;  B.A.  1668-9; 
M.A.  1672.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincohi)  Sept.  24;  priest,  Dec.  28, 
1670.  R.  of  Fulboum  St  Vigor,  Cambs.,  1672-1719.  Lecturer 
of  St  Nicholas,  Yarmouth,  1692-1719.  Author,  Sermons. 
Died  at  Yarmouth,  Nov.  14,  1719.  M.I.  Father  of  Benjamin 
(1709).    {Venn,  i.  423.) 

LING, .   B.A.  1513-4- 

LING, .   B.A.  1519-20. 

LYNGARD,  GEOFFREY.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
i486. 

LINGARD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Trinity,  July  6,  1691. 
S.  of  John.  B.  in  London,  May,  1674.  School,  Merchant 
Taylors'.  Matric.  1691;  Scholar,  1693;  B.A.  1694-5.  Adm. 
at  the  Middle  Temple,  Dec.  7,  1693;  migrated  to  the  Inner 
Temple,  Apr.  19,  1695. 

LINGARD,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Pembroke,  May 
29,  1649.  S.  of  Richard  (?  next),  of  Ireland,  clerk.  Matric. 
1649;  B.A.  1652-3. 

LINGARD,  RICHARD.  D.D.  1668  (Incorp.  from  Dublin). 
Said  to  have  studied  for  some  time  at  Cambridge.  M.A. 
(Trinity  College,  Dublin)  1665;  D.D.  1664.  Fellow  of  Trinity 
College,  Dublin,  1660-6,  by  royal  mandate.  Vice-Provost, 
1662.  Regius  Professor  of  Divinity,  Dublin,  1662-70.  Ord. 
deacon,  Oct.  22,  1621;  priest,  Oct.  22,  1622.  V.  of  Killaire, 
Co.  Meath.  V.  of  St  Mary's,  Athlone,  1633-60.  Archdeacon 
of  Clonmacnoise,  1639.  Dean  of  Lismore,  1666-70.  Died  Nov. 
1670.  Buried  in  Trinity  College  Chapel.  Will  (Dublin)  1671. 
{D.N.B.)  Another  of  these  names  was  minister  at  Workington, 
Cumberland,  1646.  Said  to  have  been  'a  Chancellor  in 
Ireland.'  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1655-  {B.  Nightengale.) 
LINGARD,  ROBERT.  B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1586-7.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  13,  1588.  R.  of ' Swingston ' 
(Sympson),  Bucks.,  1596.  R.  of  Lowick,  Northants.,  1602-47, 
ejected. 


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LINGARD,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  1592;  B.A. 
1595-6;  M.A.  1599.  Ord.  deacon  (Chester)  Dec.  14;  priest, 
Dec.  15,  1600.  C.  of  Hanslope,  Bucks.,  1601.  V.  of  St  Giles', 
Northampton,  1606-8. 

LINGFELD  or  LINDEFIELD,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peter- 
house,  Feb.  19,  1574-5.   Matric.  1575. 

LYNGHAM,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  21,  1535.  Of  Stoke,  Hereford.  Fellow,  1538-9. 
('Langham'  in  Harwood.) 

LINGWOOD,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1631.  Of  Esse.x.  S.  of  William,  of  Braintree,  and  of 
Barnard's  Inn.  Age  19  in  1634.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  6, 

1635.  Barrister-at-law.  J. P.  for  Essex.  Died  Feb.  19,  1699- 
1700,  aged  85.  M.I.  at  Stisted.  {Vis.  of  Essex;  Le  Neve, 
Mon.,  V.  209.) 

LINKFIELD,  ROBERT.  B.Can.L.  1466-7  (Incorp.  from  O.xford). 
LINNELL,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

Aug.  12,  1520.   Of  Weedon,  Northants.   S.  of  Robert.   B.-'V. 

1523-4;  M.A.  1528-9.  C.  of  Bugbrooke,  Northants.,  in  1531. 

V.   of  Easton   Neston,    1538-75.     R.   of  Tiffield,    1545-75. 

Buried  there  May  19,  1575.   (H.  I.  Longden.) 
LINNET  or  LYNET,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 

1566;  B-.'V.  1569-70. 
LYNNETT,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Trinity,  Aug.  31, 

1698.   S.  of  Josiah,  of  London.    Educated  by  Mr  Mitton,  of 

St  Giles'  parish.   Matric.  1699;  Scholar,  1702;  B.A.  1702-3; 

M.A.   1706.    Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.   19,   1708;  priest. 

Mar.    17,    1714-5.     Will   (P.C.C.)    1747;    'heretofore   V.   of 

Canfield  Magna,  Essex,  but  late  of  St  Giles'-in-the-Fields, 

Midds.'    (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
LINNET,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1604. 

Migrated  to  Sidney,  Oct.  11,  1604;  B.A.  1607-8;  M.A.  1611. 

V.  of  Sompting,  Sussex,  1619.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1646-7;  proved 

by  son  William  (next).    (Peile,  i.  249.) 
LYNNET,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  4,  1641.   Of 

Sussex.   S.  of  William  (above).    Matric.  1641;  B.A.  1645-6; 

M.A.  1649;  B.D.  1662;  D.D.  1671  (Lit.  Reg.).   Fellow,  1647. 

Senior  Proctor,  1660-1.   V.  of  Chesterton,  Cambs.,  1665.   V. 

of  Trumpington,  1679-93.  Buried  at  St  Michael's,  Cambridge, 

Jan.  25,  1699-1700,  aged  77.    M.I.  in  Trinity  Chapel.    Will 

(V.C.C.)  1700.    (Le  Neve,  Mon.,  v.  207.) 
LINSEY,  see  also  LINDSEY. 

LINSEY  or  LYNSEY,  EDMUND.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 

Easter,  1571. 
LYNSEY,  EDWARD.    Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  May  i,  1621.    Of 

Norfolk.    Matric.  1621.    Pedigree  of  Lynsey,  of  Gun  ton,  in 

Vis.  of  Norfolk,  1563. 
LYNSY,  GABRIEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1583; 

B.A.  1586-7. 
LYNSEY,  GEORGE.    Adm.  at  Christ's,  1698.    B.  at  Alnwick, 

Northumberland.   Bapt.  there,  July  20,  1675.   Matric.  1698; 

M.A.  (Edinburgh)   1697.    Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Dec.  19,  1703. 

V.  of  Alnham  St  Michael,  Northumberland,  1712-56.   Died 

May  20,  1756.   Buried  at  Ilderton.   (H.  M.  Wood.) 
LYNSAYE,  JAMES.   Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Lent,  1617-8. 

Matric.  1618. 
LYNSEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

Aug.  12,  1524.    Of  Lynn,  Norfolk.    Fellow,  1527.    Died  at 

Lynn,  before  graduation,  1527-8. 
LINSEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1554.  Of 

Dent,Yorks.  B.A.  1557-8;  M.A,i56i;  B.D.  1569.  Fellow,  1558. 

Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Aug.  24,  1566.  University  preacher,  1567. 
LINSEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Lent,  1577-8; 

B.A.    from    Clare,    1 580-1.     Licensed    as   schoolmaster   at 

Swavesey,  Cambs.,  in  1582.   Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  20, 

1584.  V.  of  South  Creake,  Norfolk,  1591  (M.A.).    Father  of 

Richard  (1609). 

LINSEY,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1649. 

LINSEY,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  July  21, 
1703.  S.  of  Joseph,  yeoman.  B.  at  Cambridge.  School, 
Histon  (private).   Matric.  1704;  B.A.  1707-8. 

LINSEY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  4, 
1609.  S.  of  John  (1577-8),  R.  of  Creake,  Norfolk.  Schools, 
Gt  Bircham  (Mr  Bloomfield)  and  Fakenham  (Mr  Wm. 
Jeffrays).  Matric.  1609;  Scholar,  1609-15;  B.A.  1612-3; 
M.A.  1616.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  24,  1615.  School- 
master of  Lowestoft,  1617-27.    C.  of  Hopton,  Suffolk,  in 

1636.  {Venn,  1.  202.) 

LYNSEY,  W.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1565. 

LYNSAYE, .   Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  May,  1544. 

LYNDSEY, .  Apparently  M.A.   Left  a  bible  and  20s.  to  the 

University,  1488.    {Gt.  Bk,  B'.) 

LINSLEY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1613;  B.A.  1617;  M.A.  1620.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  21, 
161 7.  R.  of  South  Elmham  St  Margaret,  Suffolk,  1630. 


LiPYEATT,  Thomas 

LINSLEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Lent,  1589- 
9c.  Matric.  c.  1591;  B.A.  1593-4.  R.  of  Chellesworth,  Suffolk, 
1610  (M.A.). 

LINSTEAD,  HENRY.  B.D.  1471-2.  A  Carmelite  friar.  Prior  of 
the  Cambridge  House.   (B.  Zimmerman.) 

LINSTEAD,  JOHN  of.    R.  of  Causton.   Benefactor. 

LINSTED,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1621.  Of  Norfolk.  B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Apr.  24,  1641.   Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1641. 

LINTE,  WILLIAM.    Resident  pens,  at  Queens',  Aug.  1564. 

LINTHWAITE,  GEORGE.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Emmanuel, 

July  13,  1708.   Of  Lincolnshire.   Matric.  1709;  B.A.  1712-3; 

M.A.  1716.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  18,  1715;  priest  (Peterb.) 

Sept.  22,  1716. 
LINTON,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Jan.  14,  1583-4. 

Matric.  1584;  B.A.  1587-8;  Scholar,  1588-91;  M.A.  1591. 

Ord.   deacon  and  priest   (Peterb.)   Sept.   12,   1591.    V.  of 

Felixstowe,  Suffolk,  1598-1600.   R.  of  Mistley,  Essex,  1599- 

1610.    Died  1610.   Will,  P.C.C. 
LINTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  Oct.  16,  1703. 

S.  of  Geoffrey,  woollendraper,  of  Stillington,  Yorks.  B.  there. 

School,  Coxwold.   Matric.  1704;  B.A.  1707-8.   Fellow,  1709. 

Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  1708-9;  priest  (Lincoln)  June  4, 

1710.    V.   of    Butterwick,   Lines.,    1710.     V.   of    Freiston. 

Father  of  the  next. 
LINTON,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Oct.  17,  1739. 

S.  of  John  (above),  V.  of  Freiston,  Lines.  B.  there.  School, 

Coxwold.    Matric.  1740-1;  B.A.  1743-4;  M.A.  1747.    Ord. 

deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  10,  1744-5;  priest,  Dec.  22,  1745. 
LINTON,  RICHARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1589; 

B.A.    1592-3;    M.A.    1596.     Perhaps    R.    of   Stanninghall, 

Norfolk,    1597.     R.   of   Middleton,    1604.     R.   of  Brundon, 

Essex,  1610-24.  Admon.  (Cons.  C.  London)  1624. 
LYNTON,  WILLIAM.    Studied  at  Cambridge.    B.A.  (Oxford); 

M.A.  (Oxford)  1453-4.   Degraded  and  banished  for  perjury, 

1454.    {Anstey,  471.) 

LINTON,  Prior  of.   B.Can.L.  and  D.Can.L.  1482-3. 

LINWOOD,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Trinity,  Feb.  18, 
1686-7.  S.  of  Joseph,  of  London.  B.  Aug.  24,  1668.  School, 
Christ's  Hospital.  Matric.  1686-7;  Scholar,  1689;  B.A. 
1690-1;  M.A.  1694.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (London)  June  3, 
1694.  R.  of  Widford,  Herts.,  1695-1726.  R.  of  Eastwick, 
1719-26.    Died  1726. 

LIPTRAPS,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1572. 

LIPTROT,  EDMUND.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Feb.  3,  1714-5. 
Previously  matric.  from  Brasenose,  Oxford,  Mar.  17,  1713-4. 
Of  Warwickshire.  Matric.  1715.  Died  in  College,  Aug.  3, 
1715-    (A.  Gray.) 

LIPTROTT,  ISAAC.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  7,  1746-7. 
Of  Caldicott,  Warws.  S.  of  John,  R.  of  Broughton  Astley, 
Leics.  School,  Nuneaton.  Age  18.  Matric.  pens.  Michs.  1747; 
B.A.  1750-1.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  18,  1753;  pnest, 
June  9,  1754.  Doubtless  V.  of  Odeby,  Leics.,  1771-92;  died 
Feb.  10,  1792,  aged  62.   M.I.  at  Odeby.   (Nichols,  iv.  325.) 

LIPTROTT,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  July  2,  1694.  Of 
Cheshire. 

LIPTROTT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  8,  1746. 
Of  Nuneaton,  Warws.  S.  of  William.  School,  Nuneaton. 
Age  18.   Matric.  sizar  1746;  B.A.  1749-50. 

LIPTROTT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  9,  1724. 
Of  Warwickshire.  Matric.  1724;  B.A.  1727-8;  M.A.  1732. 
Fellow,  1732.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  22,  1728.  Master 
of  Nuneaton  School.  R.  of  Drayton,  Leics.,  1762-97.  Died 
1797-    (Nichols,  iv.  593.) 

LIPYEATT,  JONATHAN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  St  John's, 
Mar.  II,  1736-7.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Wiltshire.  B.  at 
Marlborough.  School,  Marlborough  (Mr  Stone).  Matric. 
1738;  B.A.  1741-2;  M.A.  1745.  Fellow,  1743-53.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1755.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  May  20,  1744;  priest 
(Lichfield)  Sept.  20,  1747.  R.  of  Bobbingworth,  Essex,  1751- 
1812.  R.  of  Meesden,  Herts.,  1756-81.  R.of  Gt  Hallingbury, 
Essex,  1781-1812.  Died  Jan.  13,  1812.  Brother  of  the  next. 
(Scott-Mayor,  iii.  482.) 

LIPYEATT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  June 
15,  1727.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Wiltshire.  B.  at  Marlborough. 
School,  Marlborough  (Mr  Hildrop).  Matric.  1728;  B.A. 
1731-2;  M.A.  1735;  B.D.  1743.  Fellow,  1734-57.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1741.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  5,  1734;  priest, 
Mar.  21,  1735-6.  V.  of  Ampthill,  Beds.,  1736-8.  R.  of 
Collingboume  Ducis,  Wilts.,  1738-43.  R.  of  Meesden,  Herts., 
1750-6.  R.  of  Layham,  Suffolk,  1756-81.  R.  of  Girton, 
Cambs.,  1756-8.  R.  of  Gt  Hallingbury,  Essex,  1758-81. 
Died  July  5,  1781.  Will,  P.C.C.  Brotherof  Jonathan  (above). 
(Scott-Mayor,  iii.  404.) 


LiRiFAx,  Richard 

LIRIFAX,  RICHARD.    B.A.  1527-8- 

L'ISLE,  DENIS.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  John's,  Jan.  24,  1705-6. 
S.  of  Maurice  (1671),  of  Guisborough,  Yorks.,  clerk.  B.  at 
Fishlake.  School,  Lowther  (Mr  Lodge).  Matric.  1705-6. 
Migrated  to  Trinity  Hall,  1712.  LL.B.  1712.  Licensed  by 
the  Bishop  of  Ely  to  teach  at  Willingham,  Cambs.,  1707. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  22,  i7i6-7-  Auditor  and  registrar 
of  Trinity  College,  1717-  Died  June  2,  1727.  Buried  in 
Trinity  Chapel.   Brother  of  the  next  and  of  John  {1700). 

L'ISLE,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Sept.  20,  1712. 
S.  of  Maurice  (1671),  of  Kildale,  Yorks.,  clerk.  School, 
Kirkleatham,  Yorks.  (Mr  Oakley).  Matric.  1713-4;  B.A. 
1716-7.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1717.  Brother  of  Denis 
(above)  and  John  (1700). 

LISLE,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Pembroke,  1661.  Matric.  from 
Corpus  Christi,  Oxford,  Dec.  9,  1650.  Scholar  by  the  Parlia- 
mentary visitors,  1648;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1651-2.  Perhaps  V.  of 
Seamer,  Yorks.,  1666-94.   Died  1694.   M.I.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

LISLE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  23,  1677. 
S.  of  Henry,  merchant,  deceased,  of  Guisborough,  Yorks. 
B.  there.  School,  Durham  (Mr  Battersby).  Matric.  1677; 
B.A.  1680-1;  M.A.  1684.  Ord.  deacon  (York)' June  11,  1682, 
as  'Joshua.'  V.  of  Croxdale,  Durham,  1684-94.  V.  of 
Aycljffe,  1694-1723.   (H.  M.  Wood.) 

LISLE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  15, 
1700.  S.  of  Maurice  (1671),  of  Gt  Stainton,  Durham.  School, 
Gisburgh,  Yorks.  Matric.  1701;  B.A.  1703-4.  Ord.  deacon 
(York)  June,  1704;  priest,  June,  1707.  V.  of  Fishlake, 
Yorks.,  1707-55.  Died  May  30,  1755,  aged  73.  M.I.  Brother 
of  Denis  (1705-6),  etc. 

LISLE,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  9,  1662,  as 
'John.'  Exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse.  Matric.  1662;  B.A. 
1665-6.  Will  of  one  of  these  names  (Chichester)  1690;  of 
Tortington,  Sussex. 

LISLE,  MAURICE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse,  June  8, 
1671.  Of  Yorkshire.  B.  Aug.  23,  1653.  School,  Brignall. 
Matric.  1671;  Scholar,  1672;  B.A.  1674-5;  M.A.  1678. 
Doubtless  C.  of  Gt  Stainton,  Durham.  R.  of  Kildale  in 
Cleveland.  V.  of  Fishlake,  Yorks.,  1687-1707.  Married,  at 
Stainton,  Jan.  9,  1680-1,  Elizabeth  Tonstall.  Died  Apr.  6, 
1719.  Buried  at  Kildale.  M.I.  there.  Father  of  John  (1700), 
Denis  (1705-6)  and  Henry  (1712).   (H.  M.  Wood.) 

LISLE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  3, 
1709.  S.  of  John,  clerk  (minor  canon).  B.  at  Durham.  Bapt. 
at  the  Cathedral,  Feb.  i,  1691-2.  School,  Sedbergh  (Mr 
Dwyer).  Matric.  1709;  B.A.  1712-3;  M.A.  1716;  B.D.  1724. 
Fellow,  1717-29.  Ord.  priest  (London)  Mar.  25,  1718.  R.  of 
Holwell,  Beds.,  1720.  Perhaps  R.  of  Fetcham,  Surrey,  1726; 
and  also  V.  of  Gt  Bookham,  1728.  (The  Bishop  of  St  Asaph 
was  an  Oxford  contemporary.) 

LISLE  or  L'ISLE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  17,  1584.  Of  Battersea,  Surrey.  Matric.  1584; 
B.A.  (?  1588-9);  M.A.  1592.  Fellow.  Su/)/).  for  incorporation 
at  Oxford,  1592.  Lord  of  the  manor  of  De  Lisle's,  Wilbraham, 
Cambs.,  where  he  resided.  A  pioneer  in  the  study  of  Anglo- 
Saxon.  Translator.  Died  Sept.  1637.  Buried  at  Walmer. 
{D.N.D.;  Htst.  of  King's  College;  Hani-ood;  H.  P.  Stokes.) 

LISLEY,  MARK.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  Aug.  24, 1654. 
S.  of  Thomas.   B.  at  Cliffe,  Yorks.   Educated  by  his  father. 

LISSE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1562. 

LYSTER,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1573.  One  of  these  names,  of  Little  Chester,  Derbs.,  adm.  at 
the  Inner  Temple,  1580.  Buried  at  St  Alkmund's,  Derby, 
Nov.  3,  1592. 

LISTER,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1634. 
S.  of  Anthony,  of  Newsholme.  Bapt.  at  Gisbum,  Dec.  12, 
1617.  B.A.  1638;  M.A.  1642.  V.  of  Giggleswick,  Yorks., 
1638-86.  Died  Feb.  9,  1685-6,  aged  69.  M.I.  at  Giggleswick. 
Perhaps  brother  of  Francis  (1645-6). 

LYSTER,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  25,  1664. 
Of  Derbyshire.  Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1667-8;  M.A.  1671.  C.  of 
Willingham,  Cambs.,  1674.   V.  of  Burwell,  1681-1705. 

LISTER,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  1736.  Bapt. 
at  Giggleswick,  Mar.  23,  1715-6.  School,  Giggleswick.  B.A. 
1739-40.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June,  1740;  priest  {Lift.  dim. 
from  York)  May,  1741.  C.  of  Astwood,  Bucte.  V.  of  Giggles- 
wick, 1741-56.  Buried  there  July  2,  1756.  (Peile,  11.  232; 
M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LISTER,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1648.  Of 
Yorkshire.  7th  s.  of  Sir  John,  of  Hull.  Adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  1650.  Barrister.  Buried  in  York  Minster,  Nov.  23, 
1688.   Brother  of  John  (1625)  and  William  (1634). 

LISTER,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  20)  at  Pembroke, 
Sept.  22,  1679.   S.  of  Benjamin,  of  Liston,  Essex,  Esq. 

LISTER,  BRIAN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1574; 
Scholar,  1578;  B.A.  1578-9;  M.A.  1582.  Fellow,  1581. 


Lister,  John 

LYSTER,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May  5, 
1677.  S.  of  Nicholas,  of  Leeds.  B.  at  'Rigton,'  Yorks. 
School,  Leeds  (Mr  Gilbert).  Matric.  1677.  Migrated  to 
University  College,  Oxford.  Matric.  there,  July  15,  1681, 
'aged  16';  B.A.  (St  Alban  HaU,  Oxford)  1682.  (.4/.  Oxon.; 
Peile,  II.  64.) 

LISTER,  CHRISTOPHER.  B.A.  1538-9.  Of  Gisbum,  Yorks. 
Ord.  priest  (London)  1551. 

LISTER,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1567. 
LISTER,  CHRISTOPHER.    Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter, 

1610;  B.A.  1613-4.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  20,  1613-4. 

R.  of  Theddlethorpe  St  Helen,  Lines.,  1615. 

LISTER,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  30, 
1636.  S.  of  Sir  William,  of  Thornton  in  Craven,  Yorks.,  Knt. 
Matric.  1636;  Scholar,  1638.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  13, 
1639.  Married  Winifred,  dau.  of  Sir  Richard  Fletcher,  and 
widow  of  Sir  Richard  Dacres.  Brother  of  Henry  (1636)  and 
Laurence  (1635).    (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 

LISTER,  EDMUND.  B.A.  from  Queens',  1542-3.  Perhaps  3rd 
s.  of  Thomas,  of  Wcstby,  Yorks.,  who  names  him  in  his  will, 
1541.  Probably  K.  of  Gt  Waldingfield,  Suffolk,  1551-61. 
(M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LISTER,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1575.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Wakefield,  Yorks.,  1557.  Matric. 
1575;  B.A.  1579-80;  M.A.  1583;  M.D.  1590.  Fellow,  1578-93. 
Physician  to  Queen  Elizabeth  and  to  James  I.  F.R.C.P., 
1594.  Censor,  Elect,  etc.  Treasurer,  1612-20.  Grant  of 
Arms,  1602.  Married,  Feb.  27,  1593-4,  Mary,  widow  of  John 
Fermary,  M.D.  Died  Mar.  27,  1620.  Brother  of  Joseph 
(1588).    (Munk,  I.  104;  D.N.B.;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LISTER,  EDWARD.  .Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  Jan.  25,  1617-8. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Richard  (1585).  B.  in  Yorkshire.  Bapt.  at 
Horbury,  Yorks.,  Sept.  14,  1603.  Matric.  1618;  B.A.  1621-2. 
Brother  of  William  (1617-8).   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LISTER,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  Feb.  4, 
1645-6.  S.  of  Anthony.  B.  at  Newsholme,  Yorks.  School, 
Giggleswick  (Mr  Lucas).  Matric.  1647;  B.A.  1649;  M.A. 
(Oxford)  1654.  Fellow  of  New  College,  Oxford,  1654,  by  the 
Parliamentary  visitors.  V.  of  Gisbum,  Yorks.,  1653-75, 
presented  by  the  Crown,  1660.  Buried  there  Nov.  24,  1675. 
Perhaps  brother  of  Anthony  (1634).  {Peile,  1.  503;  J.  Parker.) 

LISTER,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  30,  1636.  4th 
S.  of  Sir  William,  of  Thomton-in-Craven.  Matric.  1636;  B.A. 
1639-40;  M.A.  1643.  Fellow,  1640-4,  ejected.  Died  un- 
married. Brother  oif  Laurence  (1635)  and  Christopher  (1636). 
{Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 

LYSTER,  HUMPHREY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Pembroke, 
Aug.  5,  1645.  S.  of  Richard,  of  Leicestershire.  Matric.  1647; 
B.A.  1649-50. 

LISTER,  INGRAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1584.  2nd  s.  of  Christopher,  of  Nesfield,  Yorks.  One  of  these 
names  R.  of  Stonegrave,  Yorks.,  in  1625,  when  he  married 
Grace  Coates,  of  Bowes,  widow.   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LISTER,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  25,  1593. 
Matric.  1596. 

LISTER,  JAMES.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1616.  S. 
of  Martin,  of  Wakefield,  Yorks.  School,  Wakefield.  Scholar; 
B.A.  1619-20;  M.A.  1623.  Usher  of  Wakefield  School,  1621- 
3.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1621;  priest,  Mar.  1624-5.  V. 
of  Wakefield,  1625-47,  ejected;  and  1660-78.  V.  of  Leathley, 
1647-60.  Preb.  of  York,  1660-71.  Governor  of  Wakefield 
School.  Fined  as  a  Royalist.  Buried  Jan.  17,  1677-8,  aged  80. 
(M.  H.  Peacock;  Walker,  Sufferings!) 

LYSTER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Feb.  8,  1560-r. 
Matric.  1561.   Probably  B.A.  (Oxford)  1564. 

LYSTER,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1563-4. 

LISTER,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1567;  B.A. 
1571-2.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Thorp  Arch,  Yorks., 
1585-1624.   Died  1624. 

LYSTER,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1573. 

LISTER,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1613.  Of 
Yorkshire. 

LISTER,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1619. 
S.  of  Edward.  B.  at  Hunston,  Sussex.  Matric.  1619.  Died 
in  College,  of  small-pox,  Dec.  23,  1620. 

LISTER,  JOHN.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1625. 
Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  John  (mayor  and  M.P.),  of  Hull, 
Yorks.;  age  6  in  1613.  Married  Jane,  dau.  of  Christopher 
Constable,  of  Linton-on-the- Wolds.  Died  Mar.  30,  165 1. 
Brother  of  Benjamin  (1648)  and  William  (1634).  {Surtets 
Soc,  XX.XVI.  316;  F.M.G.,  1257.) 


Lister,  John 

LISTER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  St  John's,  July  2,  1663. 
ist  s.  of  Hugh,  gent.,  of  Hull.  B.  there.  School,  Hull  (Mr 
Shoares).  Matric.  1663.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov.  26, 
1666.  {Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 
LISTER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  24, 
1676.  S.  of  William,  clerk,  of  Gravesend,  Kent.  B.  there. 
Schools,  Gravesend  and  Canterbury.  Matric.  1677;  B.A. 
1679-80;  M.A.  1684.  Ord.  priest  (London)  Mar.  16,  1684-5. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Rochford,  Essex,  1691-1735-  V.  of  Canewdon, 
1696.  Will  (Comm.  C.  Essex)  1735.  (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
LISTER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  22,  1679-  Of 
Yorkshire.  Probably  s.  of  John,  of  Wakefield,  clothier. 
Matric.  1680;  B.A.  1683-4;  M.A.  1687.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Dec.  1684. 
LISTER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  25,  1704. 
S.  of  George,  of  Cambridge.  School,  Histon,  Cambs.  (Mr 
Scaife).  Matric.  1704;  Scholar,  1708;  B.A.  1708;  M.A.  1713- 
Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  i8,  1708;  priest  (London)  May  23, 
1714- 
LISTER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Feb.  26,  1704-5-  Of 
Yorkshire.  Matric.  1705.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1709; 
priest,  1711. 
LISTER,  JOHN,  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  31,  1714. 
S.  of  William,  husbandman.  B.  at  Birkhouses  in  Sedbergh, 
Yorks.  School,  Bolton  (Mr  Booker).  Matric.  1714;  B.A. 
1717-8.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1718;  priest  (London) 
May  24,  1719.  Perhaps  V.  of  Upton,  Bucks.,  1725- 
LISTER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  25, 
1721.  S.  of  James,  gent.,  of  Shibden  HaU,  Yorks.  B.  at 
Halifax.  Bapt.  May  i,  1703.  Schools,  Hipperholme,  Wake- 
field (Mr  Clarke)  and  Bradford  (Mr  Hill).  Matric.  1721;  B.A. 
1724-5;  M.A.  1728.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June  9,  1727.  C.  of 
Doncaster.  First  Head  Master  of  Bury  School,  Lanes., 
1730-49.  Succeeded  to  the  family  estate.  Died  Sept.  2, 
1759,  at  Shibden.  (Scott-Mayor,  m.  338;  M.  H.  Peacock; 
R.  Stewart-Brown.) 
LISTER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Sidney,  June  5,  1729. 
S.  of  John,  surgeon.  B.  at  Luton,  Beds.  Schools,  Houghton 
Conquest,  Beds.  (Mr  Clark)  and  Houghton  Regis  (Mr  Brad- 
shaw).  Matric.  1731. 
LISTER,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity  Hall,  May  22, 
1733.  Matric.  1733.  Name  off,  1735.  Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas, 
of  Bawtry,  Yorks.,  Esq.;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  24,  1733. 
If  so,  of  Bawtry,  Esq.  Died  without  issue.  His  two  sisters 
and  heirs  sold  the  manors  of  Bawtry  and  Austerfield  in  1779. 

(Hunter,  i.  72.) 
LISTER,  JOSEPH.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1588. 
S.  of  William,  of  Wakefield.  B.A.  1593-4;  M.A.  1597. 
Licensed  to  practise  medicine,  1599.  M.D.  1603  (Incorp. 
from  Basel,  where  he  went  as  student  in  1596).  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1599.  Of  York,  physician.  Died  Nov.  25,  1622. 
Will   (York)    1623.    Brother  of  Edward   (1575).    (F.M.G., 

1256;  Cole  MS.,  5875.) 
LISTER,  JOSEPH.   Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  Apr.  29,  1611;  B.A. 

1614-5;  M.A.  1618.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1626.    Ord.  deacon 

(York)    Sept.;    priest,    Dec.    1619.     Perhaps   V.   of   North 

Mundham,  Sussex,  1625.    {Al.  Oxon.) 
LYSTER,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  May  11, 

1671.    S.  of  Thomas,  yeoman,  of  Barton,  Yorks.    B.  there. 

School,  Sherbum.   Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1674-5.   Ord.  deacon 

(York)  Sept.  1675;  priest.  May,  1676. 
LISTER,  LAURENCE.   B.A.  1500-1.   Of  Yorkshire.  M.A.  1504. 

Fellow  of  St  Catharine's.  Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1508. 
LISTER,  LAURENCE.    Sometime  student  at  Cambridge.    S.  of 

William,  of  Midhope,  Yorks.   B.A.  (Oxford)  1564.   M.P.  for 

Appleby,  1588.   Married  Evereld,  dau.  of  Sir  Johu  Sayer,  of 

Richmondshire.  Will  (York)  1609.   (/4/.  0;t:on.;  Burke,  Z,.G.: 

J.  Parker.) 
LISTER,  LAURENCE.   Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 

Eton,  Apr.  18,  1635.  Of  Thornton,  Yorks.  S.  of  Sir  William, 

of  Thorn ton-in-Craven.   Matric.  1635;  B.A.  1638-9.   Fellow, 

1638-9.  Died  1639.  Brother  of  Henry  (1636)  and  Christopher 

(1636).   (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 
LISTER,  MARTIN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  May  16,  1648.  Matric. 

1650-1;   B.A.    1651-2.    Buried  at   Kensington,   Middlesex, 

Aug.  19,  1660;  from  St  Martin's  parish.  (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
LISTER,  MARTIN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  June  12, 

1655.   S.  of  Sir  Martin,  of  Ratcliffe,  Bucks.,  Knt.   B.  there. 

School,  Melton,  Leics.  (Mr  Barwick).    Matric.   1658;  B.A. 

1658-9;    M.A.    1662.     Fellow,    1660    (by   mandate).     M.D. 

(Oxford)  1683-4.  Practised  in  York,  1670-83 ;  and  in  London. 

F.R.S.,    1671.    F.R.C.P.,    1687.     Physician   to   the  Queen, 

1703-12.    Bought  Carlton  HaU,  in  Craven.    Zoologist  and 

antiquary.    Author  of  many  works;  Historia  sive  synopsis 

methodica  conchyliorum,  etc.  Died  at  Epsom,  Feb.  2,  1711-2. 

Buried  in  Clapham  Church,  Surrey.    Will,  P.C.C.    (D.N.B.; 

Munk,  1.  442;  Yorks.  Arch.  Journ.,  11.  297;  J.  Parker.) 


Lister,  Thomas 

LISTER,  MATTHEW.  M.D.  1608  (Incorp. from  Oxford).  S.  of 
William  of  Thorn  ton -in -Craven,  Yorks.  B.  there.  Bapt.  at 
Gisbum,  .'Vpr.  6,  1571.  Matric.  from  Oriel  College,  Feb.  23, 
1587-8,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1590-1;  M.A.  1595;  M.D. 
(Basel).  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1605.  FeUow  of  OrieL  F.R.C.P., 
1607.  Physician  to  James  I,  Queen  Henrietta  Maria,  and  to 
Charles  I.  Knighted,  Oct.  11,  1636.  Of  Burwell,  Lines. 
Died  at  BurweU,  Dec.  14,  1656,  'aged  92.'  Buried  there. 
Will  (P.C.C.)  1657.  (Al.  Oxon.;  Munk,  i.  123;  F.M.G.,  1255; 
D.N.B.) 

LISTER,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Clare,  Nov.  30, 
1682.  Of  Burwell  Park,  Lines.  S.  of  Michael,  of  Aisthorpe 
(?  Easthorpe).  Bapt.  Apr.  27,  1666.  Married  Eleanor,  dau. 
of  Sir  Charles  Dymoke,  Knt.,  of  Scrivelsby.  Buried  at 
Burwell,  June  22,  1700.  Nephew  of  Martin  (1655).  (Lines. 
Pedigrees,  596.) 

LYSTER,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1585. 
Of  Yorkshire.  Scholar  of  Emmanuel,  1587;  B.A.  1588-9; 
M..^.  1592.  Fellow  of  Emmanuel,  c.  1593.  Living  at  Wake- 
field, 1620.  Doubtless  the  'clericus  valde  doctus'  buried  at 
Wakefield,  Aug.  26,  1632.  He  was  benefactor  and  governor 
of  Wakefield  School.    (M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LISTER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  June  8,  1642. 
Probably  ist  s.  of  Sir  Martin,  of  Buckinghamshire.  B.  June 
10,  1628.  'Left  in  1642;  served  in  the  War.'  M.D.  1678  (Lit. 
Reg.).  J. P.  and  colonel  of  the  trained  bands  of  Leicester- 
shire, 1681.  Of  Thorpe  Amald,  Leics.  Half-brother  of  Martin 
(1655).    (Nichols,  11.  376.) 

LISTER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  4, 
1663-4.  S.  of  Robert,  yeoman,  of  Atcham,  Salop.  B.  there. 
School,  Shrewsbury  (Mr  Piggot). 

LISTER,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  25, 
1678.  3rd  s.  of  William  (1650),  Esq.  B.  at  Coleby,  Lines. 
Bapt.  Aug.  19,  1662.  School,  Lawenton  (private).  Matric. 
1678.  Died  s.p.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1675).  (Lines. 
Pedigrees.) 

LISTER,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  18)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  May  17,  1532.  Left  before  1534.  Of  Earith,  Hunts. 
One  of  these  names  V.  of  Grantchester,  Cambs.,  1545. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Appleton  and  Bildestou,  SuSolk,  in  1558. 

LISTER,  ROBERT.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  25,  1393. 

Matric.  c.  1596. 
LISTER,  THEOPHILUS.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

1739.    B.  at  Rochford,  Essex.    Matric.  Easter,  1740;  B.A. 

1743-4;  M.A.  1747.    Fellow,  1742-7-    Tutor  to  the  sons  of 

Hon.  Robert  Townsend.    Died  in  London,  in  poverty,  of 

small-pox,  Dec.  1747.    (Harwood.) 

LISTER,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1618. 
Of  Yorkshire.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1624;  priest,  Sept. 
1625.  One  of  these  names  P.C.  of  Barlaston,  Staffs., 
c.  1630-2. 

LISTER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  20,  1655.  S.  of  Thomas,  Esq.,  of  Gisbum,  Yorks.  Bapt. 
there,  Dec.  7,  1635.  School,  Giggleswick  (Mr  Walker).  Adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  19,  1655-6,  as  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  late 
of  Arnolds  Biggin,  Gisbum,  Yorks.  Of  Arnolds  Biggin  and 
Westby,  Esq.  Buried  at  Gisbum,  Dec.  1,  1660.  Will  (York) 
1660.   (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665;  M.  H.  Peacock;  J.  Parker.) 

LYSTER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Apr. 
7,  1675.  1st  s.  of  William  (1650),  Esq.  B.  at  Lincoln.  Adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  18,  1678.  High  Sheriff  of  Lines.,  1696. 
M.P.  for  Lincoln,  1705-15.  Of  Coleby,  Lines.,  gent.  Married 
Jane,  dau.  of  John  Hawtrey,  of  Ruislip,  Middlesex.  Will 
(Lincoln)  1718.  Brother  of  Richard  (1678).  (J.  Ch.  Smith; 
Lines.  Pedigrees,  1280.) 

LISTER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
Nov.  3,  1683.  Resided  two  years.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Westby, 
near  Gisbum,  Yorks.  Of  Arnolds  Biggin,  Gisbum,  Esq. 
Married  Ehzabeth,  dau.  of  John  Parker,  Esq.,  of  Entwisle, 
Lanes.   Died  1706.   Buried  at  Gisburn.   (Peik,  11.  94.) 

LISTER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  5,  1683.  Of 
Yorkshire.  Matric.  1683;  M.B.  1688.  Master  of  Heath  School, 
Halifax,  Yorks.,  1688-1728.  Died  Apr.  23,  1728.  (F.M.G.; 
A.  Gray.) 

LISTER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  18, 
1709.  S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  Manningham,  near  Bradford, 
Yorks.  School,  Bradford  (Mr  Clapham).  Matric.  1709;  B.A. 
1714-5.  Ord.  priest  (York)  Sept.  1725-  V.  of  Burley-in- 
Wharfedale,  Yorks.,  1720-45.  V.  of  Ilkley,  Yorks.,  1727-34 
and  1735-45.   Buried  there  May,  1745. 

LYSTER,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  King's,  1726.  S.  of  Thomas,  of 
Rowton,  Salop,  gent.  Matrie.  from  Trinity  College,  Oxford, 
May  9,  1710,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1713-4-  R-  oi  Newton, 
Salop,  1721.  R.  of  Westbury,  1722-72.  Died  1772-  (■^'• 
Oxon.) 


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Lister,  Thomas 

LISTER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  2, 1742. 
S.  of  Thomas,  of  Arnolds  Biggin  and  Gisbum  Park,  Yorks. 
Bapt.  at  Gisbum,  Feb.  4,  1723-4.  School,  Westminster. 
Age  18.  Matric.  1742.  M. P.  for  Clitheroe,  1745-61.  Married 
Beatrix,  dau.  of  Jesop  Hulton,  of  Lancashire.  Died  Nov.  29, 
1761.  Buried  at  Gisbum.  (M.  H.  Peacock;  Whittaker, 
Craven,  54.) 

LISTER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Christ's,  May  5, 
1744.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Giggleswick.  School,  Giggk-swick 
(Mr  Carr).   Ala  trie.  1744.   Resided  four  years. 

LYSTER,  W.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1581. 

LISTER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  19)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  23,  1554.  S.  and  h.  of  Robert,  of  Finchley, 
Middlesex.  Matric.  1554;  B.A.  1558-g.  Fellow,  1557-60. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  June  22,  1564.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1571;  of  Finchley  and  the  Middle  Temple. 

LYSTER,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1582; 
B.A.  from  Clare,  1585-6;  M.A.  1589.  Probably  V.  of  South 
Kirkby,  Yorks.,  1591-8.  V.  of  Wakefield,  1598-1620.  Preb. 
of  York,  1614-22.  Benefactor  and  Governor  of  Wakefield 
School.  Buried  at  Sandal  Magna,  June  6,  1624.  (M.  H. 
Peacock.) 

LISTER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  Jan.  25,  1617-8. 
Probably  s.  of  Richard  (1585).  B.  in  Yorkshire.  Bapt.  at 
Horbury,  Apr.  4,  1601.  Matric.  i6i8.  Brother  of  Edward 
(1617-8). 

LISTER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  June  28, 
1634.  3rd  s.  of  Sir  John,  Knt.  B.  at  Kingston-on-HuU. 
School,  Hull  (Mr  Ant.  Stephenson).  Adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  1636.  Barrister,  1647.  Bencher,  1662.  M.P.  for 
HuU,  1654-5,  1656-8.  Recorder  of  HuU,  in  1665.  Of  South 
Frodingham.  Brother  of  Benjamin  (1648)  and  John  (1625), 
(Vis.  0/  Yorks.,  1665;  F.M.G.,  1257.) 

LISTER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  July 
2,  1650.  S.  of  William,  of  Coleby,  Lines.,  Esq.  B.  at  Horn- 
castle,  Lines.  Schools,  Lincoln  (Mr  Gierke)  and  St  Bartholo- 
mew's, London  (Mr  Carter).  Matric.  1650.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Oct.  21,  1650.  High  Sheriff  of  Lines.,  1669.  Married 
Frances,  dau.  of  Sir  John  Franklyn,  of  Willesden,  Middlesex, 
Knt.  Buried  at  Coleby,  Apr.  16,  1687.  Will,  Lincoln.  Father 
of  Thomas  (1675)  and  Richard  (1678).  (Lines.  Pedigrees, 
1280.) 

LISTER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  July  9, 
1674.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.  B.  at  Bradford,  Yorks.  School, 
Bradford.  Matric.  1674-5;  B.A.  1677-8;  M.A.  1681.  Ord. 
deacon  (York)  Dec.  1680.  Official  of  Snaith,  Yorks.  Married 
Jane,  dau.  of  Daniel  Foxcroft,  of  Westwood,  Leeds.  (Robin- 
son, Snaith,  96.) 

LISTER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  8, 
1736-7.  Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1736. 

LISTER, .  M.Gram.  1528-9. 

LISTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1621. 

LITCOTT,  JOHN.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1665. 

B.  at  Leigh,  Kent.    Bapt.  Oct.  25,   1646,  as  s.  of  Colonel 

Leonard  Lydcott.  Matric.  Easter,  1667;  B.A.  1669-70;  M.A. 

1673.   Fellow,  1669.   Went  abroad  as  companion  to  the  Earl 

of  Castlemain.    Knighted  by   James   II,    1686.  (Harwood, 

255-) 
LITHERLAND,  EDWARD.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's, 

June  21,  1655.   S.  of  John.   B.  at  Burton-on-Trent.   School, 

Repton  (Mr  Ullock).   Matric.  1655;  B.A.  1658-9;  M.A.  1662. 

Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1669.    Usher  of  Repton  School,  1659-62. 

Head  Master,  1672-80.   Died  June,  1680.  Buried  at  Repton. 

Father  of  John  (1693).  (Peile,  1.  568;  Repton  Sch.  Reg.) 
LYTHERLAND,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1568.   R.  of  Homersfield,  Suffolk,  1575-85.   R.  of  St  George 

and  St  Cross,  South  Elmham,  1576-85.  R.  of  Kettleborough, 

1584.  Benefactor  to  St  John's,  1620. 
LITHERLAND,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  July  7, 

1693.  Only  s.  of  Edward  (1655),  deceased,  Master  of  Repton 

School.    B.  there.    Matric.  1694;  B.A.  1697-8;  M.A.  1701. 

Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1702.    R.  of  Epperstone,  Notts.,  1702-5: 

presented  by  his  mother.   Died  Nov.  10,  1705. 
LITHERLAND,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter, 

1582;  Scholar,  in  1586. 
LITHERLAND,   ROBERT.    Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Feb.   18, 

1585-6.  Of  Essex.  One  Robert  Letherland  was  R.  of  Kelham, 

Notts.    Will  (York)  1629. 
LITHERLAND,  ROGER.    Adm.  sizar  at  Pembroke,  June  13, 

1637.   S.  of  William,  farmer.   B.  at  Colston  Bassett,  Notts. 

Migrated  to  Christ's,  Apr.  7,  1639,  age  19;  B.A.  1640-1.  C.  of 

Colston  Bassett,  1650. 

LITTLE,  ANTHONY.  B.A.  1519-20;  M.A.  1523. 


LiTTLEjOHN,  John 

LITTLE,  ANTHONY.   Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 

Eton,  Aug.  22,  1551.   Of  Deeping,  Lines.   Did  not  graduate. 

Fellow,   1554.    Received  the  tonsure  (London)  May,  1554. 

R.  of  Wootton  Wawen,  Warws. 
LITLE,  CHRISTOPHER.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 

Nov.  20,  1652.   S.  of  Thomas,  of  Dublin.   B.  there.   School, 

Pocklington,  Yorks.  (Mr  Luellin).  Matric.  1652;  B.A.  1656-7; 

M.A.    1660.    C.   of   Upper  Hunsley,   Yorks.,    1661.    V.   of 

Hunmanby,  1661.   V.  of  Reighton,  1673-83. 
LITTLE,   GEOFFREY.    Matric.   pens,   from  Christ's,   Easter, 

1565.    Doubtless  s.  of  Richard,  of  Halstead,  Essex.    B.  1550. 

Of  Halstead.   Married  Joane,  dau.  of  Stephen  Humftrey,  of 

Drinkston,  Suffolk.   Died  1626.   Buried  at  Nayland.   (Peile, 

I.  91;  Vis.  0/  Essex,  1634.) 

LITTLE,  GEOFFREY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1626. 

Of  Suffolk.    Probably  2nd  s.  of  Geoffrey  (above),  of  Stoke, 

Suffolk.  B.  at  Halstead,  Essex,  c.  1612.  (Vis.  of  Essex,  1634.) 
LITLE,  GEORGE.   Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  c.  1579.    S.  of  Bryan, 

of  Southill,  Beds.  School,  Holme,  Beds.   Matric.  Michs.  1579. 

Migrated  to  Caius,  Dec.  10,  1582,  age  19;  Scholar,  1582-6; 

B.A.   1582-3.    Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  May  13,   1602.    V.  of 

Ketton,  Rutland,  1602-14.   Will,  P.C.C.   (Venn,  i.  116.) 
LITTLE,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Jesus,  June  23,  1665. 

Of  Leicestershire. 
LITTLE,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  .'^pr.  13,  1661.    Of 

Leicestershire.    Matric.  1661;  Scholar,  1663;  B.A.  1664-5; 

M..\.  1672.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Loseby,  Leics.,  1665-72. 
LITTLE,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  6,  1680. 

Probably  s.  of  Geoffrey,  of  Essex.    B.  at  Henney,  Essex. 

Matric.  1681;  B..\.  1683-4;  M.A.  1687;  B.D.  1694;  D.D.  1701. 

Fellow,  1688-1703.    Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  16,  1689-90. 

Preb.  of  Norwich,  1700-31.   P.C.  of  St  Margaret,  Lynn,  1702. 

R.  of  Tydd  St  Mary,  Lines.,  1704.   Died  Apr.  20,  1731,  aged 

66.    M.I.  in  Norwich  Cathedral.    Father  of  Thomas  (next). 

(Morant,  11.  315.) 
LITTELL,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  15,  1722. 

Of  Lynn,  Norfolk.  S.  of  Thomas  (above),  D.D.  Matric.  1725; 

B.A.  1726-7;  M.A.  1730.   Fellow,  1729.   Died  Mar.  27,  1731. 
LITTLE,  THOMAS.   M.A.  from  King's,  1726.  S.  of  Christopher, 

of  Whitnash,  Warws.    Matric.  from  Oriel  College,  Oxford, 

July  3,  1708,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1712.   (Al.  Oxon.) 
LITELBURY,  ED.  (major).  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1560.   One  Edward  Littelbury  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1564. 
LITELBURY,  ED.  (minor).  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1560.    One  Edward  Littlebury  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June 

21,  1563. 

LITTLEBURY,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent, 
1615-6.  Probably  s.  of  Edward,  of  Enfield,  Middlesex  and 
Essex,  Esq.   B.A.  1619-20.   Brother  of  John  (1609). 

LITELBERYE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1560.  One  of  these  names  s.  of  Humphrey,  of  Hagworthing- 
ham  and  East  Kirby,  Lines.  Age  26  in  1569.  Married  and 
had  issue.   (Lines.  Pedigrees,  599.) 

LITTLEBURY,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Michs. 
1609;  B.A.  1613.  Probably  s.  of  Edward,  of  Enfield,  and  of 
Essex  (whose  will,  P.C.C,  1625).  One  of  these  names,  of 
Enfield,  Middlesex,  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1607-8. 
Brother  of  Edward  (1615).   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LITTLECROPPE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene, 
Easter,  1645.  Migrated  to  Clare,  May  29,  1645.  B.A.  1648-9. 
Buried  at  St  Edward's,  Cambridge,  Feb.  23,  1648-g. 

LITTLEFEAR,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr. 
27,  1674.  S.  of  William,  mercer.  B.  at  Nottingham.  School, 
Nottingham.  Matric.  1674;  B.A.  1677-8.  Usher  at  Notting- 
ham Grammar  School,  1678.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1680; 
priest,  Dec.  1683. 

LITTLEFORD,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  Christ's,  1688.  S.  of 
John,  of  BaninghaU,  Salop.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  Hall, 
Oxford,  Mar.  18,  1669-70,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1673.  R.  of 
Hughley,  Salop,  1686.  R.  of  Quatt,  1695.  Buried  there 
Mar.  12,  1708-9.   (Al.  Oxon.;  Peile,  11.  90,  110.) 

LITTLEHALES,  BAKER  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  atTRiNiTY, 
June  19,  1750.  S.  of  Joseph,  of  Westminster.  School, 
Westminster.  Scholar,  1751.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  12, 
1746.   Died  Oct.  30,  1782.    (G.  Mag.) 

LITTLEHALES,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene, 
Dec.  29,  1744.  S.  of  Richard.  B.  at  Shrewsbury.  School, 
Shrewsbury.  Matric.  1745-6;  B.A.  1748-9;  M.A.  1753.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  June  10,  1750;  priest,  Sept.  22,  1751.  R.  of 
Glendon,  Northants.  (sinecure),  1761-1808.  Died  1808. 
(H.  I.  Longden.) 

LITTLEJOHN,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent, 
1647-8.  Of  London.  B.A.  1651-2;  M.A.  1658.  R.ofHulcote, 
Beds.,  1666-1705.  V.  of  Salford,  1690-1715.  Father  of  the 
next. 


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LiTTLEjoHN,  John 

LITTLEJOHN,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Emmanuel,  1714.  S.  of  John 
(above),  of  Hulcote,  Beds.,  clerk.  Matric.  from  University 
College,  Oxford,  July  9,  1690,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1693. 
Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  9,  1697.  V.  of  Mentmore,  Bucks., 
1697-1706.  Probably  chaplain  in  the  Navy,  1703-6.  R.  of 
Hulcote,  Beds.,  1705.   R.  of  Salford,  1715.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

LITLER  or  LYTTLER,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at 
Peterhouse,  June  14,  1645.  Of  Surrey.  Migrated  to  Jesus, 
Dec.  1645.   Matric.  1645;  Scholar,  1647. 

LITTLER,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  6,  1649.  Of  Chertsey,  Surrey.  Matric.  1649; 
B.A.  1652-3;  M.A.  1657.  Fellow,  1652-66.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Sept.  19,  1663.   R.  of  Foulmere,  Cambs. 

LITTLER,  ROBERT.  M.A.  1652  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
Brasenose  College,  1651.  M.A.  1651;  B.D.  1658.  V.  of 
Deptford,  Kent,  1660-2. 

LITTLESHAW, .   B.D.  1482-3.   A  monk. 

LITTLETON,  EDWARD.  M.A.  1657  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S. 
of  Sir  Adam,  of  Stoke  St  Milburgh,  Salop,  Bart.  Matric.  from 
St  Mary  Hall,  Oxford,  Apr.  2,  1641,  age  15;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1644;  M.A.  1648.  Fellow  of  All  Souls,  1647.  Proctor 
(Oxford)  1656.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  24,  1649. 
Barrister,  1664.  Went  to  the  Barbados  as  secretary  to  Lord 
Willoughby  of  Parham,  1666.  Judge  in  Barbados,  1670-83. 
Elected  member  of  the  Assembly,  1674.  Returned  to  London 
and  filled  the  of&ce  of  agent  for  Barbados,  1683.  Author  of 
tracts  in  the  Colonies.   {Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

LITTLETON,  EDWARD.  M.A.  from  Christ's,  1690.  S.  of 
Edward,  of  Salop.  Matric.  from  All  Souls,  Oxford,  Jime  10, 
1681,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1685.  R.  of  Merston,  Sussex, 
1689.  V.  of  Amberley,  1701.  R.  of  Bignor,  1701.  Preb.  of 
Chichester,  f7o6-2i.   [Al.  Oxon.;  Peile,  11.  117.) 

LITTLETON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1716.  B.  at  Stoke  St  Milburgh,  Salop.  B.A.  1720-1;  M.A. 
1724;  LL.D.  1728  (Com.  Reg.).  Fellow,  1720.  Assistant 
Master  at  Eton,  1 72 1-6.  FeUow  of  Eton,  1726.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Apr.  25;  priest,  May  31,  1724.  V.  of  Mapledurham, 
Oxon.,  1726-33.  Chaplain  to  the  King,  1730.  Author,  poems 
published  in  Dodsley's  'Collection.'  Died  Nov.  16,  1733. 
Buried  at  Mapledurham.  Admon.,  P.C.C.  (Harwood; 
D.N.B.) 

LITTLETON,  Sir  EDWARD,  Bart.  Adm.  as  nobleman  at 
Emmanuel,  Apr.  20,  1744.  Of  Stafiordshire.  S.  of  Fisher, 
and  nephew  of  Edward,  3rd  Bart.  Matric.  Fell. -Com.  1744; 
M.A.  1746.  Succeeded  as  4th  Bart.,  Jan.  2,  1741-2.  Sheriff 
of  Staffs.,  1762-3.  M.P.  for  Staffs.,  1784-1807.  Died  May  18, 
1812.   Brother  of  the  next.   (G.E.C.) 

LITTLETON,  FISHER.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  30, 
1747.  2nd  s.  of  Fisher.  Barrister-at-law.  Brother  of  Edward 
(above).   (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 

LITTLETON,  HENRY.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  King's,  1680-1. 

LITTLETON,  JOHN.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1620;  B.A.  1620-1. 
One  of  these  names  R.  of  St  George,  Southwark,  1638. 

LITTLETON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs. 
1646. 

LITTLETON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  June  24, 
1648.  Of  Shropshire.  School,  Charterhouse.  Age  16.  Matric. 
1649;  Scholar,  1651;  B.A.  1651-2;  M.A.  1655.  Fellow, 
1653-5.  Ord.  deacon  (Bishop  of  Derry);  priest  (Durham) 
Sept.  22,  1661.  Preb.  of  Ripon,  i66i-8i.  R.  of  West  Tan- 
field,  Yorks.,  1669-81.  V.  of  Ainderby  Steeple,  1673-81. 
Buried  at  Tanfield,  Jan.  21,  1680-1.   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 

LITTLETON,  MATTHEW.  B.A.  from  King's,  1610.  B.  1582. 
Ord.  deacon  (Oxford)  Feb.  17,  1610-1;  priest.  May  19,  i6ir. 
R.  of  Hedsor,  Bucks.,  1612. 

LITTLETON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse, 
Nov.  9,  1635.  Of  Stafford.  School,  Wolverhampton.  Matric. 
1636;  B.A.  1639-40;  Scholar,  1641.  Minister  at  Wolver- 
hampton, in  1648.  P.C.  of  Acton  Trussell,  Staffs.,  c.  1651-2. 
{T.  A.  Walker;  Wm.  Salt  Arch  Sac,  1915.) 

LITTLETON,  RICHARD.   M.A.  1688  (Lit.  Reg.). 

LITTLETON,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1737.  S.  of 
Richard,  of  Wellington,  Salop.  Matric.  from  Christ  Church, 
Oxford,  Apr.  28,  1722,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1725-6.  Per- 
haps R.  of  Middleton  Scriven,  Salop,  1739-40.  R.  of  Oldbury, 
1743-93.   (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  487.) 

LITTLETON,  WALTER.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Lent, 
1623-4.  S.  of  Sir  Edward,  of  Pillaton  Hall,  Staffs.,  Bart. 
Migrated  to  Oxford,  after  12  terms.  B.A.  (Lincoln  College) 
1626.  Incorp.  at  Cambridge,  1626-7.  M.A.  (Cambridge) 
1630;  LL.D.  (Cambridge)  1639.  Chancellor  of  diocese  of 
Lichfield,  1660-70.  Knighted,  Feb.  1661-2.  Master  in 
Chancery.  Died  Dec.  1670.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1671;  of  the 
Close,  Lichfield.  (Le  Neve,  Knights,  153;  Staffs.  Pedigrees.) 


LivELEY,  John 

LITTLETON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's  (age  17)  a  scholar 
from  Eton,  Aug.  25,  1599.  Left,  1601-2,  being  refused  a 
fellowship.  Of  Wellington,  Staffs.  Gentleman  usher  to  the 
Countess  of  Bedford.    (Harwood.) 

LITTLEWOOD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  Dec. 
9,  1665.  S.  of  Joseph,  citizen  of  London.  B.  in  London. 
Exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse.   Matric.  1667.    « 

LITTLEWOOD,  PETER.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  June  9,  1698. 
S.  of  Peter.  B.  at  Staveley,  Derbs.  School,  Staveley  (Mr 
Edmonds).  Matric.  1698;  Scholar,  1698-9;  B.A.  1701-2. 
Probably  ord.  deacon  (Lichfield)  Sept.  1702;  priest,  June, 
1704.  C.  of  Brampton,  Derbs.   (Peile,  11.  142.) 

LITTLEWOOD,  ROBERT.  Scholar  at  Emmanuel  from  Lady 
Day,  1603;  B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Sept.  1608. 

LITTON  or  LYTTON,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens', 
Nov.  15,  1690.  B.  at  Windsor,  1673.  Colleger  at  Eton, 
1686-90.   Matric.  1692;  B.A.  1706-7. 

LITTON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Nov.  13, 
1576.  S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Litton,  Derbs.  School, 
Tideswell. 

LITTON,  ROWLAND.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  14)  at  Caius,  Mar. 
30,  1576.  S.  of  Rowland,  Esq.,  of  Knebworth,  Herts. 
Educated  at  home.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1579.  M.P.  for 
Truro,  1586-7;  for  Herts.,  1597-8,  1604-11.  Lieut,  of  Herts., 
1588.  Sheriff  of  Herts.,  1594-5.  Knighted,  Apr.  23,  1603. 
Died  June  23,  1615.  Buried  at  Knebworth.  Will,  P.C.C. 
Father  of  the  next  and  William  (1603).  (Venn,  i.  86;  Vis.  of 
Herts.,  1634.) 

LITTON,  ROWLAND.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  18, 
1609.  S.  of  Sir  Rowland  (above),  of  Knebworth,  Herts.,  Knt. 
Matric.  1609.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  lun,  Aug.  16,  1611.  Brother 
of  William  (1603).   (Vis.  of  Herts.,  1634.) 

LYTTON,  ROWLAND.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Sidney, 
Jan.  24,  1631-2.  S.  of  Sir  William  (1603),  Knl.,  of  Kneb- 
worth, Herts.  School,  Hertford.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
1633.  M.P.  for  Herts.,  1656-8,  1659,  1660.  Knighted,  June 
27,  1660.  Of  Knebworth.  Died  Nov.  2,  1674.  (Le  Neve,  82; 
Vis.  of  Herts.,  1634.) 

LITTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  17, 
1603.  S.  of  Sir  Rowland  (1576),  of  Knebworth,  Knt. 
Knighted,  May,  1624.  M.P.  for  Herts.,  1624-5,  1628-9, 
1640-8.  Of  Knebworth.  Died  Aug.  14,  1660.  Brother  of 
Rowland  (1609)  and  father  of  Rowland  (1631-2).  (Vis.  of 
Herts.,  1634.) 

LITTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Jan. 
25,  1659-60.  1st  s.  of  Rowland  (1631-2),  Esq.  B.  at  Kneb- 
worth, Herts.  Schools,  Bulwick  (Mr  Hicks)  and  Hertford 
(MrBatteU).  Matric.  1660.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  May 
3,  1661.  Knighted,  May  6,  1677.  Of  Knebworth.  Died  s.p. 
Jan.  14,  1704-5.  M.I.  at  Knebworth.  (Le  Neve,  Knights,  83; 
Le  Neve,  Mon.,  ii.  78.) 

LYTTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1699.  B.  at  Windsor,  1679.  Matric.  1699-1700;  B.A.  1703-4; 
M.A.  1707.  FeUow,  1702.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  19, 
1703;  priest  (Ely)  Jan.  6,  1703-4.  R.  of  Knebworth,  Herts., 
1704-30.   Died  1737.    (Harwood.) 

LIVELEY  (PCLYVELY),  ALEXANDER.  B.A.  from  Corpus 
Christi,  1578-9. 

LIVELEY,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1564- 
5;  B.A.  1568-9;  M.A.  1572.  FeUow,i57i-8.  Regius  Professor 
of  Hebrew,  1575-1605.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.) 
July  20,  1602.  Preb.  of  Peterborough,  1602-5.  R-  oi  Pur- 
leigh,  Essex,  1604-5.  Author.  One  of  the  translators  of  the 
authorised  version.  Married  Catharine,  dau.  of  Prof.  Thomas 
Lorkin.  Buried  at  St  Edward's,  Cambridge,  May  7,  1605, 
aged  60.  Inventory  (V.C.C.)  1605.  Father  of  the  next,  of 
John  (1593-4)  and  Lorkin  (1606),  brother  of  Richard  (1558). 
(Cooper,  11.  407;  D.N.B.;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

LIVELEY,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1601.  S.of 
Edward  (above).  B.  at  Cambridge,  1586.  Notary  public. 
Secretary  to  Bishop  Neile,  of  Durham.  Buried  at  Croxton, 
Cambs.,  Sept.  7,  1650.  WiU,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  John  (1593-4) 
and  Lorkin  (1606). 

LIVELEY,  JAMES.  Matric.  from  St  John's,  c.  1597.  3rd  s.  of 
Richard  (1558),  V.  of  Maxey,  Northants.  B.A.  1604-5;  M.A. 
1608.  FeUow.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  20,  1613-4;  priest, 
June  19,  1614.  Buried  at  Barnard  Castle,  Durham,  Nov.  23, 
1617.   Brother  of  Samuel  (1607). 

LYVELIE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1565; 
B.A.  1569-70. 

LIVELY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1593-4. 
ist  s.  of  Edward  (1564).  B.  at  Cambridge,  1579.  Bapt.  Apr. 
3,  1579.  Scholar;  B.A.  1596-7;  M.A.  1600;  B.D.  1611.  V.  of 
Over,  Cambs.,  1605-25.  V.  of  KeUoe,  Durham,  1625-45. 
V.  of  Gainford,  1628-56.  Buried  at  Kelloe,  Apr.  23,  1656. 
Brother  of  Edward  (1601)  and  the  next. 


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LIVELEV,  LORKIN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1606. 

5th  s.  of  Edward  (1564).    B.  at  Cambridge,  1590.    Bapt. 

Sept.  8.    B.A.  from  King's,  1613-4.    Ord.  deacon  (Feterb.) 

Dec.   i8,   1614;  priest,  Feb.  26,   1614-5-    V.  of  Haconby, 

Lines.,    1615-31.     V.   of  Crondall,    Hants.,    1631,   ejected. 

Buried  at  Frimley,  Surrey,  Dec.  30,  1652.   Admon.  (P.C.C.) 

1653,  to  widow  Alice.    Brother  of  Edward  (1601)  and  the 

above. 
LIVELEY,  RICHARD.    Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,   Michs.  1558. 

Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  19,  1563.  V.  of  Maxey,  Northants. 

1563-85.    R.  of  Market  Deeping,  Lines.,   1570;  'aged  35; 

married,  resides;  skilled  in  Latin'  {Lib.  cler.  Lincoln,  1576). 

R.  of  Romaldkirk,  Yorks.,  1585.  Buried  there  Dec.  18,  1598. 

Father  of  James  (1597)   and  Samuel,  brother  of  Edward 

(1564). 
LIVELY,  SAMUEL.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1607. 

S.  of  Richard  (above).   Bapt.  at  Romaldkirk,  Mar.  i,  1589- 

90.    Buried  at  AU  Saints',  Newcastle,  Nov.  21,  1649.    Will 

dated,  Nov.  4,  1649;  'of  Pilgrim  St.,  Newcastle.' 
LIVERMORE,   DANIEL.    Matric.  sizar  from   King's,   Easter, 

1620;  B.,-\.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  4; 

priest,  June  5,   1626.    C.  of  Gt  Wilbraham,  Cambs.,  1626. 

Probably  V.  of  Exning  and  Landwade,  in  1650. 
LIVERMORE,   JAMES.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's, 

liastcr,  1639. 
LIVERMORE,  JOHN.  Adm.sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  May,  1664. 

5th   s.   of   Thomas,    yeoman.    B.   at   Wethersfield,    Essex. 

Schools,    Wethersfield    (Mr    Fish)    and    Bishop's   Stortford 

(Mr  Tho.  Leigh).    .Matric.   1667;  B.A.   1667-8;  M.A.  1671. 

R.  of  Markshall,  Essex,  1674-1718.    Probably  admitted  an 

extra-licentiate  R.C.P.,  c.  1680.    R.  of  Little  Tay,  Essex, 

1701-18.   Died  1718.   {Munk,  t.  405.) 
LIVERMORE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  Feb.  7, 

1666-7.  S.  of  Peter.   B.  at  Thurlow,  Suffolk.  Schools,  Thur- 

low  (Mr  Billingsley)  and  Ratton  (Mr  Tucker).   Matric.  1667; 

B.A.  1673-4. 
LIVERMORE,  WILLIAM.  .\dm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  20, 

1583.    Matric.  sizar,  1583. 
LIVERSEDGE,  JAMES.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene, 

May  12,  1679.  S.  of  Samuel,  mercer.  B.  at  Wakefield,  Yorks. 

School,   Wakefield.     Matric.    1679,   as   '  Levershuch ' ;   B.A. 

1682-3.    Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  1683;  C.  of  Wigginton; 

priest  (Chester)  Dec.  19,  1686.  V.  of  Kilnwick  Percy,  Yorks., 

1687.   Buried  there  May  24,  1728.    (M.  H.  Peacock.) 
LEVERSEDGE,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 

Michs.  1641.   Of  Lx)ndon.   B.A.  1644-5;  M.A.  1648. 
LIVESEY,  HUMPHREY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Jesus,  June  22, 

1674.   Of  Cheshire.   S.  of  James  (1645).   Matric.  1674;  B.A. 

1677-8;  M.A.   1681.    He  had  been  a  pupil,  at  Rostheme, 

Cheshire,  of  Thomas  Martindale. 
LIVESEY,  JAMES.   Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  May  9,  1645.  S.  of 

Robert,  yeoman,  of  Bury,  Lanes.    B.  there.    School,  Leigh 

(Mr  Greenhalgh).     Matric.    1645.   Migrated    to  St   John's, 

Feb.  26,  1646-7.    Returned  to  Christ's,  1647-8.    Ord.  (by 

Bury  Classis)   to  Turton,   Oct.    23,    1650.    Transferred   to 

Atherton,    1652.    V.  of  Gt  Budworth,  Cheshire,    1657-82. 

Author,  Sermons.   Died  Feb.  7,  1681-2,  aged  57.    Fatier  of 

Humphrey  (1674).    {PeiU,  i.  494;  D.N.B.) 

LIVESAY,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1714. 

LIVESEY,  .    Pens,  at  Trinity  Hall,  June  26,  1746,  till 

1749.  Perhaps  William,  s.  of  John,  of  Hinwick  Hall  and 
\V>inington,  Beds.  Bapt.  Feb.  23,  1728.  Buried  Feb.  2,  1757. 

LIVETT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  July  24,  1703.  B.  at 
Gt  Gransden,  Hunts. 

LIVET,  WILLIAM.  .\dm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Magdalene,  May  16, 
1668.  S.  of ,  of  Mayfield,  Staffs. 

LIVINGE,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1632. 
(M.  Harvey,  Beds.,  431.) 

LIVING  or  LYVYNG,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  1465;  B.D.  1477-8; 
D.D.  1481.  Fellow  of  King's.  Ord.  sub-deacon  (Lincoln) 
Mar.  13,  1472-3;  deacon,  Apr.  11;  priest  (Ely)  Apr.  17,  1473. 
Will  (P.C.C.)  1495;  'of  Wootton  Wawen,  Warws.;  and 
Fordingbridge,  Hants.'   (Not  found  in  Harwocd.) 

LIVING,  WILLIAM.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  July  13,  1568,  as  'B.D. 
of  Cambridge."  V.  of  St  Bride,  Fleet  Street,  1559-65.  R.  of 
St  Swithin,  1561;  and  of  St  Mary  Abchurch,  1567,  till  his 
death,  1582.    (.Al.  Oxon.) 

LIVING,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1618. 
Matric.  1618;  B.A.  1621-2. 

LIVING, .  Adm.  pens,  at  King's,  Easter,  1618. 

LIVINGSTON,  ALEXANDER.  M.A.  1624  (Incorp.  from  Edin- 
burgh); B.D.  1628.  Fellow  of  Magdalene.  Perhaps  R.  of 
Northchurch  St  Mary,  Berkhampstead,  Herts.,  1642. 

LIXTER, .   B.A.  1468-9. 


Lloyd,  Edward 

LLEWELLIN,  DAVID.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  26, 
1657.  S.  of  David  (housekeeper  to  King  Charles).  B.  at 
Windsor,  Berks.  School,  Eton.  B.A.  1660-1;  M.A.  1664. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln);  priest,  1665.  Chaplain  to  the  Bishop 
of  Lincoln.  R.  of  South  mediety  of  Darley  Dale,  Derbs., 
1665-71.  R.  of  Bradley,  1669-71.  R.  of  Tansor,  Northants., 
1671-85.  V.  of  Hambledon,  Rutland,  1671-6.  R.  ofGretton, 
Northants.,  1672-5.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1672-5.  Preb.  of 
Peterborough,  1676-85.  R.  of  Alwalton,  Hunts.,  1679-85. 
Died  Aug.  18,  1685.  'Obscurely  buried  in  London.'  Will, 
P.C.C.  Father  of  Matthias  (1705).  (Peile,  i.  576;  Vis.  of 
Northants.,  1681;  H.  I.  Longden.) 
LUELLIN  or  FLEWELLYN,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at 
Pembroke,  Feb.  1637-8.  S.  of  George.  B.  at  Buckden, 
Hunts.  Matric.  1637-^;  B.A.  1641-2.  Migrated  to  St  John's^ 
1650.  M.A.  1655.  Head  Master  of  Pocklington  School, 
1650-7,  when  he  was  removed  for  joining  the  Romish  Church. 
(M.  H.  Peacock.) 
LLEWELLYN,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1552, 

as  Fewyllams. 
LLEWELLIN,  MATTHIAS.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
June  II,  1705.  S.  of  David  (1657),  R.  of  Tansor,  Northants. 
B.  there.    School,  King's  Cliff  (Mr  Newton).    Matric.  1705; 
B.A.  1709-10. 
LLEWELLYN,   SIMON.    M.A.   from   Pembroke,    1725.    S.  of 
Francis,  of  Cowbridge,  Glamorgan,  clerk.   Matric.  from  New 
Inn  Hall,   Oxford,  May   25,   1710,  age   17;   B..'\.   (Oxford) 
1713-4.    V.  of  Cubert,  Cornwall,  1732-5.    V.  of  St  Minver, 
1735-66.   Buried  there  May  16,  1766.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1769;  as 
Llewellin-Leach.   (Al.  Oxon.) 
FLWELLYN,  TIMOTHY.   Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1566;  B.A.  1571-2;  M..\.  1575.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  July 
26,  1575- 
LLOYD,  BELL.    .^dm.  pens,  at  Trinity  Hall,  June  4,  i747- 
S.  of  William.  Scholar,  1747.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  July  10, 
1749;  of  Pontruffydd,  Flintshire,  Esq.  Sheriff  of  Montgomery, 
1784.   Married,  Dec.  13,  1758,  Anne,  dau.  of  Edward  Pryce, 
of   Bodfach,    Montgomery.     Died   May   6,    1793.     (Burke's 
Peerage,  under  Baron  Mostyn;  Powys  Land  Club,  vii.  195.) 
LLOYD,  CHARLES.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  4,  1731. 

Of  Middlesex.   Matric.  1731. 

LLOYD,  DAVID.    B.A.  1616  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).   Of  Berth- 

Iwyd,  Montgomery,  gent.    Matric.  from  Hart  Hall,  Oxford, 

Oct.  30,   1612,  age  15;  B.A.  (Oxford)   1615;  B.C.L.   1622; 

D.C.L.  1628.    Fellow  of  All  Souls,  1618.    Preb.  of  Chester, 

1639-42.   Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Derby.    R.  of  Trefdraeth, 

Anglesey,  1641-2;  of  Llangynhafal,  1642.    V.  of  Llanfair- 

Dyffryn-Clwyd,    Denbigh,    1642.     R.    of   Winwick,    Lanes. 

Warden  of  Ruthin,   1642;  deprived,  but  reinstated,   1660. 

Dean  of  St  Asaph,  1660.    Author,  Legend  of  Captain  Jones. 

Died  in  London,  Sept.  7,  1663.  Buried  at  Ruthin.  M.I.  there. 

Brother  of  Oliver  (1634).  (Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

LLOYD,  DAVID.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,   Easter, 

1662.  One  of  these  names,  s.  and  h.  of  David,  of  Lloydcarth, 

Anglesey,  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Mar.  28,  1662. 

LLOYD,  DAVID.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 

1667;  B.A.  1673-4;  M.A.  1679.    Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Ely) 

Sept.  18,  1675. 

LLOYD,    DAVID.     M.A.    1677    (Incorp.   from   Oxford).    S.   of 

Thomas,  of  'Crommy  Glame,'  Carmarthen.   Matric.  from  St 

Mary  HaU,  Oxford,  Feb.  28,  1667-8,  age  19;  B.A.  (Oxford) 

1670;  M.A.  1672.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

LLOYD,  DAVID.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  i,  1690-1. 

Matric.  1691.    One  of  these  names,  s.  and  h.  of  David,  of 

Llwydiarth,  Anglesey,  Esq.,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  July  2,  1691. 

Called  to  the  Bar,  June  3,  1698. 

LLOYD,  DAVID.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  27, 

1730.   S.  of  Edward,  husbandman,  of  Bangor.   B.  in  parish 

of  Llanbister,  Radnor.   School,  Ruthin.   Matric.  1730;  B.A. 

1734-5.    Probably  chaplain  in  the  Navy,  1755-60. 

LLOYD  or  FLOYD,  EDWARD.   Fellow  of  St  John's,  1618.   Of 

Denbigh.    Junior  proctor,  1627-8.    Probably  the  same  who 

matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1614,  as  Floode  (whom 

see;  we  there  assumed  them  to  be  distinct).    Migrated,  after 

12  terms  to  Oxford.  Matric.  from  Hart  Hall,  Feb.  6,  1617-8; 

B.A.  (Oxford)  1617-8.    Incorp.  at  Cambridge,  1618.    M.A. 

(Cambridge)  1621,  as  Lloyde.   But  there  seem  to  have  been 

three  of  these  various  names,  all  at  Hart  HaU,  Oxford,  about 

the  same  time.    (Al.  Oxon.) 

LLOYD,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  Jan.  13, 

1653-4.  S.  of  Robert,  clerk,  of  Llanvair,  Denbigh.  B.  there. 

School,  Ruthin.   Matric.  1653-4. 

LLOYD,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  June  28, 

1662.    S.  of  Sir  Charles,  Knt.  and  Bart.,  of  Bucklersbury, 

London.     B.   there.     Bapt.   at  St  Stephen    Walbrook,   as 

Floyde,   Mar.   26,    1644.    School,   Lewisham,    Kent.    B.A. 

1665-6,  as  Edward  Vaughan  Lloyd. 


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LLOYD,  EDWARD.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Feb.  19,  1666-7. 

Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1670-1. 
LLOVD,  EDWARD.   Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  17, 

1667.    S.  of  William,  yeoman,  of  Llanvair-Dyfiryn-Clwyd, 

near  Ruthin,  Denbigli.    B.   there.    School,   Wrexham   (Mr 

Lewis).    Matric.  1667. 
LLOYD,  EDWARD.    Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 

Mar.  10,  1667-8.    S.  of  Henry,  Esq.,  of  Llangerniew,  near 

Llanrwst,  N.  Wales.    B.  there.    School,  Wrexham.    Matric. 

1667-8. 

LLOYD,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  May  25,  1689.  Of 
Merioneth.  Matric.  1689;  B.A.  1692-3.  Probably  chaplain 
in  the  Navy,  1701. 

LLOYD,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  11, 
1695-6.  S.  of  John,  clerk.  B.  at  Llanidloes,  Montgomery. 
School,  Ruthin  (Mr  Morgan).  Matric.  1696;  B.A.  1699-1700; 
M.A.  1705.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln,  Litt.  dim.  from  Bangor) 
Mar.  18,  1708-9. 

LLOYD,  EDWARD.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
May  31,  1708.  S.  of  Humfrey,  gent.  B.  at  Gortree,  Mont- 
gomery.  School,  Shrewsbury  (Mr  Lloyd).   Matric.  1708. 

LLOYD,  EDWARD.  M.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1716.  S.  of 
John,  of  Llanfair,  Denbigh.,  clerk.  Matric.  from  St  Mary 
Hall,  Oxford,  Mar.  31,  1699,  age  19;  B.A.  (Christ  Church, 
Oxford)  1703.  R.  of  Ripple,  Kent,  1712-41.  R.  of  Bettes- 
hanger,  1716-41.  V.  of  Walmer,  till  1741.  Died  Apr.  11, 
1741.    {A  I.  Oxon.;  G.  Mag.) 

LLOYD,  ELIZEUS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1628; 
B.A.  1631-2. 

LLOYD,  EVAN.  No  B.A.  recorded.  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1617. 
One  of  these  names  (B.A.),  R.  of  Rhoscolyn,  Anglesey,  1616- 
26.  Preb.  of  Bangor,  1616-26.  Died  c.  1626.  (Browne  Willis, 
Bangor.) 

LLOYD,  EVAN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  25)  at  St  John's,  Dec.  11, 
1677.  S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  Maentwrog,  Merioneth.  School, 
Shrewsbury  (Mr  Taylor).   Matric.  1677;  B.A.  1681-2. 

LLOYD,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Nov.  27,  1734. 
Matric.  1734;  Scholar,  1738.  Admon.  of  one  of  these  names 
(P.C.C.)  1778;  R.  of  Trottiscliffe,  Kent. 

LLOYD,  FULK.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  20,  1634.  Of  Wales. 
Matric.  1634;  B.A.  1637-8;  M.A.  1641.  One  of  these  names 
V.  of  Tremeirchion,  Flint.,  1659.  Buried  there  Jan.  o,  1662-3. 
(A.Gray.) 

LOYD,  GABRIEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1629; 
B.A.  1631-2. 

LLOYD  or  FLUDD,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs. 
1579-  5th  s.  of  Meredith  Ap  John,  of  Llanelian-yn-Rhos, 
Denbigh.  B.  c.  1560.  King's  scholar  at  Chester,  1575-9. 
B.A.  1582-3;  M.A.  from  Magdalene,  1586;  B.D.  1593;  D.D. 
1598.  Fellow  of  Magdalene.  Divinity  lecturer  in  Chester 
Cathedral,  1596.  R.  of  Llanrwst,  N.  Wales,  1597.  R.  of 
Heswell,  Cheshire,  1597-1613.  R.  of  Thomton-le-Moors. 
Bishop  of  Sodor  and  Man,  1600-4.  Bishop  of  Chester,  1604- 
15.  R.  of  Bangor,  1612-5.  Died  Aug.  1,  1615,  aged  55. 
Buried  in  Chester  Cathedral.  Admon.,  York.  Father  of  John 
(1618).    (R.  Stewart-Brown;  D.A'.B.) 

LLOYD,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  12,  1726.  Of 
Lancashire.  S.  of  Gamaliel,  of  Manchester.  Matric.  1726* 
M.B.  1731.  F.R.S.,  1737.  D.L.  for  West  Riding,  Yorks., 
1779-  Of  Barrowby,  near  Leeds.  Died  Dec.  4,  1783,  aged  75. 
Buried  at  Swillington,  Yorks.   M.I.   (Burke,  L.G.;  G.  Mag.) 

LLOYD,  GRIFFIN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Mar.  28,  1623.  Matric. 
1623. 

LLOYD,  GRIFFITH.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1658. 
Of  Wales.  One  of  these  names,  's.  and  h.  of  William,  late  of 
Llanarthney,  Carmarthen,  Esq.,'  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  11, 
1660.   Called  to  the  Bar,  June  25,  1667.   Ancient,  1680. 

LLOYD,  GRIFFITH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  July  3, 
1730.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Beaumaris,  Anglesey.  School, 
Beaumaris  (Mr  Owen).  Matric.  1730;  Scholar,  1731;  B.A. 
1733-4.  Perhaps  R.  of  Caerwys,  Flint.,  1750-60.  R.  of 
Llanycil,  Merioneth,  1760.  One  of  these  names  chaplain  in 
the  Navy,  1738-41. 

LLOYD,  HEDD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  14, 
1703.  S.  of  Hedd,  deceased.  B.  at  Llangerniew,  Denbigh. 
School,  Eton. 

LLOYD,  HENRY.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Sr  John's,  May 
10,  1634.  S.  of  Fulke,  gent.,  of  Hafadunos  in  Llangerniew, 
Denbigh.  B.  there.  School,  St  Asaph  (private;  Mr  Sparke). 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  23,  1635-6. 

LLOYD,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  8,  1669. 
Of  Carmarthen.  One  of  these  names  adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  Nov.  18,  1675. 


Lloyd,  John 

LLOYD,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  17, 
1729.  S.  of  Owen,  gent.,  of  Wales.  B.  in  the  diocese  of  Bangor. 
School,  Beaumaris  (Mr  Owen).  Matric.  1729;  B.A.  1732-3. 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  1733-4. 

LLOYD,  HUGH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  May  26, 1692. 
S.  of  David,  gent.  B.  at  Eglwys-Fach,  Denbigh.  School, 
Ruthin  (Mr  Lloyd).  Matric.  1692;  B.A.  1695-6.  Chaplain  in 
the  Navy,  1701-18.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Mold,  1719-49; 
R.  of  Llan-gynhavel,  1729-49;  preb.  of  St  Asaph,  1726-49. 
(Browne  WiUis,  St  Asaph.) 

LLOYD,  HUGH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Feb.  4,  1743-4. 
S.  of  Edward,  late  of  Gwerclas,  Llangar,  Merioneth.  B.  there, 
Oct.  22,  1725.  Schools,  Hol>'well,  Flint  (private;  Mr  Price) 
and  Westminster.  Matric.  1743-4.  FeU.-Com.  a  few  weeks 
later.  High  Sheriff  for  Co.  Merioneth,  1747.  Married 
Margaret,  dau.  of  Richard  Walmesley,  of  BashaU,  Yorks., 
Esq.  Died  Mar.  31,  1788.  Buried  at  Llangar.  M.I.  {Venn, 
11.  54;  Burke,  L.G.) 

LLOYD,  HUMPHREY.  M.A.  1616  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  B.A. 
from  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  1612;  M.A.  1615.  Perhaps  R. 
of  Erbistock,  Denbigh.,  1626.  One  of  these  names  C.  of 
Linslade,  1617-29;  and  also  C.  of  Soulbury,  Bucks.,  1621, 
1628  and  1632.   {Lipscomb,  in.  457.) 

LLOYD  or  FLUDD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke, 
May  21,  1618.  S.  of  George  (1579),  Bishop  of  Chester.  B.  at 
HeswaU,  Cheshire. 

LLOYD,  JOHN.  M.A.  1627  (Incorp.  from  Dublin);  and  same 
year  at  Oxford.  B.D.  from  St  Catharine's,  1630.  C.  of 
Walberswick,  Suffolk,  1639. 

LLOYD,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,   1631; 

scholar  from  Westminster;  B.A.  1633-4;  M.A.  1637. 
LLOYD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  25,  1641. 

S.  of  Peter,  baker,  of  Shrewsbury.  B.  there.  School,  Shrews- 

bur>-  (Mr  Chaloner).   B.A.  1646-7. 

LLOYD  or  FLOYD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Apr.  23,  1646. 
S.  of  Edward.  B.  at  Sweeney,  near  Oswestry,  Salop.  School, 
Knutsford  (MrCrosdale).  Matric.  1646.  Migrated  to  Christ's, 
Nov.  19,  1646,  age  17.  Probably  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  23, 
1648.  One  of  these  names  caUed  to  the  Bar,  1663.  {Peile,  i. 
510.) 

LLOYD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  17,  1647. 
S.  of  David,  of  Anglesey.  B.  there.  School,  Beaumaris 
(Mr  Davis). 

LLOYD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  30,  1672. 
S.  of  Edward,  clerk,  of  Northop,  Flint.  B.  there.  School, 
Ruthin.   Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1675-6. 

LLOYD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  Sept.  22,  1676. 

S.  of  Isaac.   B.  in  Montgomery.   B.A.  1679-80;  M.A.  1683. 
LLOYD,   JOHN.     Adm.   sizar   at   Jesus,   June   21,    1678.     Of 

Anglesey.   Matric.  1678;  Scholar,  1681.   Probably  B.A.  from 

Trinity,  1682. 

LLOYD,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Michs.  1677.  S.  of 
Thomas.  B.  at  Halton,  Flint.  School,  Eton.  Migrated  to 
Christ's,  July  4,  1679.  B.A.  1679-80;  M.A.  1683.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  1681;  priest,  June,  1682.  C.  at 
Taplow,  Bucks.  Probably  R.  of  Bangor,  1682-7.  Buried 
Aug.  23,  1687.  Perhaps  brother  of  Thomas  (1680).  {Peile,  n. 
62;  D.  R.  Thomas,  Diocese  of  St  Asaph,  i.  436.) 

LLOYD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  July  23,  1680.  Previously 
matric.  from  Jesus  CoUege,  Oxford,  May  10,  1678,  age  16.  S.  of 
Simon  (1640),  of  Llanynys,  Denbigh.,  clerk.  Scholar,  1681  • 
B.A.  1682-3.  Warden  of  Ruthin,  Denbigh,  1682.  V.  of 
Llanynys,  16S3-1718.  Head  Master  of  Ruthin  Grammar 
School,  1691-5.  Brother  of  Peter  (1681).  {Al.  Oxon.;  D.  R. 
Thomas,  St  .4saph,  11.  115.) 

LLOYD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  16, 
1690-1.  S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman.  B.  at  LlandriUo, 
Merioneth.  School,  Ruthin  (^fr  Price).  Matric.  1691.  {See 
the  next.) 

LLOYD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  May  21,  1691 
S.  of  WiUiam  (1654-5),  D.D.  B.  at  the  Bishop  of  Llandafi's 
palace,  Mathem,  Monmouth.  School,  Norwich  (Mr  Burton). 
Matric.  1691.  Probably  B.A.  1694-5;  and  M